When Tyler Florence isn't taping his Food Network show in New York City, he calls a 1926 Craftsman bungalow in Mill Valley home. Surrounded by trees, near a creek, it's a peaceful retreat for the celebrity chef -- who must need a sanctuary as he juggles writing cookbooks, hosting a television show, opening a kitchen and store, winemaking, all while also preparing to open a restaurant. The home incorporates vintage pieces; for instance, the dining room table is made from an antique printing press and a 1,000-pound piece of marble.
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