Granada Park Homes For Sale

Explore today's new Granada Park homes for sale and properties in Corte Madera below. Granada Park is known for its eclectic architectural styles and wide suburban streets. While single-family homes dominate the landscape, townhomes dot the area as well, providing a variety of housing options. To learn more about Granada Park properties for sale in Corte Madera or to set up a private home tour, contact your Bay Area real estate experts today!

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Situated in Corte Madera, a city in central Marin County, California, the Granada Park neighborhood is known for its eclectic architectural styles and wide suburban streets. While single family homes dominate the landscape, townhomes dot the area providing a variety of housing sizes. With townhomes priced in the low $900's to single family home prices in the low $2 million range, the average price per square foot for Corte Madera real estate hovers around $450. Homes for sale range from 1,500 square feet to over 3,000 square feet.

Granada Park Community Amenities

The community of Corte Madera is one of just under 10,000 people sitting 15 miles north of San Francisco and three and a half miles south of San Rafael. Established in 1878, the name Corte Madera literally means "chop wood". The area was known for providing lumber from its immense redwood forest for the construction of San Francisco. Today, those looking to buy a home in Granada Park or other neighborhoods in the area can find seven city parks including tennis courts and playground equipment, a community center offering classes to residents, and a gym providing sports facilities for the areas youth and adults.

Granada Park Real Estate Agents

Looking to purchase a home in Granada Park? Let our Corte Madera real estate team guide you through the sale of your current residence or purchase your next Granada Park property. As local real estate agents, we're well-versed in the unique market dynamics of Granada Park real estate.

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