Wednesday, 30 July 2014 by

Belvedere is a tiny city, less than one square mile in size, surrounded on three sides by the waters of San Francisco Bay. The population of just over 2,000 are clustered in three neighborhoods: Belvedere Island Belvedere Lagoon Corinthian Island The city is completely built out with single-family homes and approximately 100 rental units. The

Corte Madera

Tuesday, 29 July 2014 by

Corte Madera, one of the “Twin Cities” along with Larkspur, stretches from the Bay on the east side to Mt. Tamalpais on the west. A small thriving community 12 miles north of San Francisco, it is generally sunnier than its neighbors to the south and is perfectly located within hiking, biking and driving distance to


Sunday, 27 July 2014 by

Greenbrae, located in Central Marin is unincorporated in the county. It lies on both sides of the main thoroughfare Sir Francis Drake Boulevard. With hillside and waterfront land, homes can have views of San Francisco Bay, Corte Madera Creek and Mt. Tamalpais. Well located near the Larkspur Ferry and close to the San Rafael/Richmond Bridge,


Saturday, 26 July 2014 by

Located in the Ross Valley, Kentfield is a wonderful unincorporated residential area with homes nestled among tree lined streets. Summers are warm and Kentfield enjoys a milder climate than its neighbors to the south managing to miss out on the San Francisco fog. It is however, because of its proximity to Mt. Tamalpais, considered to


Friday, 25 July 2014 by

Larkspur, one of the “Twin Cities” along with Corte Madera, is a lovely residential community in the center of Marin County. The downtown area, which runs along Madrone Avenue, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is so quaint and resident friendly it could be quite possible to eat well, shop well

Mill Valley

Thursday, 24 July 2014 by

The City of 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. Earliest inhabitants included Coastal Miwok and other early Northern Californian tribes, who settled throughout the North Bay. In Mill Valley, middens have been found near La


Wednesday, 23 July 2014 by

Novato is the northernmost community in Marin. It lies about 30 miles north of San Francisco and stretches to the Sonoma County border. With more than 27 parks and 3,500 acres of open space, Novato retains much of its rural atmosphere. From Indian Valley in the west to Blackpoint in the east, Novato offers numerous residential neighborhoods.


Tuesday, 22 July 2014 by

A panorama of the best of Northern California Petaluma’s central location makes it easy to take advantage of all the great attractions that are found in the Bay Area. Close to the City and the country, we are the southernmost city in Sonoma County. You will find us by driving north across the Golden Gate


Tuesday, 22 July 2014 by

Town of Ross welcomes you to enjoy the small town character of our community. Ross is a small, largely residential community in Marin County, California located approximately 18 miles north of the Golden Gate Bridge. Ross celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2008. While the railroad and horses of 1908 are gone, the residential neighborhoods still

San Anselmo

Tuesday, 22 July 2014 by

Located in the center of the Ross Valley, San Anselmo retains a great small town ambience with a friendly feel. The historic and charming downtown shopping area offers many choices of restaurants, shops and antique stores. Numerous local parks, access to hiking and biking trails along with some of the best schools in the area

San Rafael

Tuesday, 22 July 2014 by

San Rafael is the largest city in Marin County with a charming downtown that is its business and cultural center. With restaurants, shops, galleries, live music venues, the Rafael Film Center and community events throughout the year, San Rafael has something for everyone. A particular local favorite is the Thursday Night Farmer’s Market.


Saturday, 19 July 2014 by

The Town of Tiburon is located just north of San Francisco, in Marin County, California. It is accessible by ferry from downtown San Francisco, as well as by car from Highway 101 and Highway 131 (Tiburon Boulevard). With many properties nestled in the hills along the Tiburon Peninsula, Tiburon is a beautiful place to live,