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Belvedere is a tiny city, less than one square mile in size, surrounded on three sides by the waters of San Francisco Bay. The city is completely built out with single-family homes and approximately 100 rental units. The terrain is predominantly hilly and lush. Many residences were designed by famous architects and are considered historically significant. There are spectacular views of San Francisco, Angel Island, the Golden Gate Bridge, Sausalito, and Mt. Tamalpais.
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Corte Madera is tucked away in the green Marin countryside.It is generally alight with sunshine that peeks through fog shrouded Mt. Tamalpais. It is within hiking, biking and driving distance of some of the most beautiful vistas in the western United States. The Town reflects the easy, outdoor lifestyle long associated with California, with open space, and parks in every direction.
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Fairfax is an environmentally conscious community situated in the heart of central Marin County and is considered the most progressive of Marin’s 11 incorporated cities. Within a 30-minute drive of San Francisco to the South or the Pt. Reyes National Seashore to the West, the community is home to many local artists and musicians. Housing costs are reasonable by Marin County standards.
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Greenbrae is nestled in between Larkspur, Ross, and San Rafael. With great shopping found in the Bon Air Center, with fifty shops offering specialty foods, designer fashions & accessories, unique gifts, and service-oriented businesses.
Kentfield is unincorporated, it is governed by the Marin County Board of Supervisors, who are known to pay close attention to the wishes of the residents, especially concerning development. An upper middle class to wealthy community, Kentfield is nestled at the base of Mt. Tam, bordered by Larkspur and Ross.
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Larkspur is halfway between Sausalito and San Rafael, nestled between Mount Tamalpais and the Bay. Larkspur presents very special places to play, to relax, to shop, to dine and to enjoy many of the loveliest things Marin County has to offer.
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Mill Valley encompasses the hillsides and canyons of the southeast flank of 2,571-foot Mount Tamalpais, 11 miles north of the Golden Gate Bridge and San Francisco.It offers a truly peaceful and rural feel, as you are surrounded by majestic redwoods.From the spectacular vistas atop Mount Tam, back-woods hiking, or a lazy weekend drive to the beaches, Mill Valley is an out-door lovers paradise.
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Novato is located in Marin County 29 miles north of San Francisco. Novato is the second largest city in the county. Incorporated in 1960 and encompassing 43 square miles with 3,500 acres of open space and parks, Novato is an agreeable mixture of a variety of neighborhoods. Waterfront communities, horse farms, and beautiful mansions are all part of the eclectic collection that is Novato.
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Ross is a small, largely residential community in Marin County, California located approximately 15 miles north of the Golden Gate Bridge. Ross’ small-town feel and its open and tree-covered hills, winding creeks, graciously landscaped streets and gardens, and low density development all contribute to its special charm.
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San Anselmo is a charming community of older homes amid diverse architectural styles, on shady, tree-lined streets. The downtown area is very "small town" in appearance, but offers a variety of shops and restaurants. San Anselmo Avenue, the town's main shopping area, is a curving boulevard of awning-shaded shops, cafes, galleries, restaurants, and boutiques. Known as the "Antique Capital of Northern California," there are, within a half-mile radius of downtown, more than 150 antique dealers who attract collectors from all over the West Coast.
San Rafael is a city and the county seat of Marin County. Marin's second most popular tourist spot (after Muir Woods), the Frank Lloyd Wright Civic Center, was the last major structure and the only government building designed by the world famous architect. It is now a national historic landmark. Other notable places to visit are China Camp State Park and the Falkirk Cultural Center.
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Sausalito is one of the most well known locales in the San Francisco Bay area (mainly because of the Sausalito Arts Festival and it's eclectic mix of house-boats), Sausalito is a true water-front community. Beautiful and unique homes ornament wooded hills that fall steeply to Richardson Bay. Condominium apartments offer marvelous views of San Francisco and the Bay. Regular ferry service from San Francisco makes the town easily accessible for both commuters and tourists.
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Tiburon is a beautiful enclave of historical landmarks, parks, world-class restaurants and shopping areas. The residential architecture is a mix of small cottages, many of them beautifully remodeled, contemporary showplaces located in the hills with spectacular views, and sensational examples of engineering that jut out over the water.