Manor Hill Homes For Sale

Search the newest Manor Hill homes for sale and real estate in Fairfax below! Manor Hill is a beautiful community located in Fairfax, California. This neighborhood has plenty to offer those looking to buy a home in an area that is more private and secluded. This residential neighborhood has a competitive real estate market but remains close enough to the amenities that Marin County is known for. For further information about Manor Hill properties for sale in Fairfax or to schedule a private showing, contact your Bay Area real estate team today. Read more about Manor Hill real estate.

Real Estate For Sale in Manor Hill Fairfax

Manor Hill Real Estate Statistics February 27, 2020
1
Listed
22
Avg. DOM
$668.42
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$635,000
Med. List Price
1 Property
2
Beds
1
Baths
950
Sq.Ft.
1961
Year Built
23
Days on Site
22002387
MLS
Mid-century inspired Fairfax retreat with expansive views. The clean, crisp interior lives larger with it's open concept layout and vaulted, exposed beam ceilings that carry throughout the living...

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Manor Hill Real Estate Market

For those who wish to buy a home in Manor Hill, it is important to know the area well. This neighborhood tends to have just a couple of homes for sale at any given time. The median list price of homes here, as of December of 2016, was $847,000, creating a $660 average price per square foot of space. This area of Fairfax has only single family homes, many of which are custom-built properties with exceptional amenities and upscale features.

Manor Hill Community Amenities

This is an affluent area of Marion County, but it is also a bit more remote than other areas. With more of a park-like feel, this community’s winding hillside streets makes it seem like a country or rural area. However, it is only minutes from all of the modern amenities Fairfax and Marion has to offer.

Manor Hill Real Estate Agents

Plan to buy or sell a home in Manor Hill? Allow our Fairfax real estate specialists to help you through the purchase of your next Manor Hill property or expertly negotiate the sale of your current residence. As local real estate agents, we're experts on the dynamics unique to the Manor Hill housing market.

Contact Bay Area Modern to learn more about Manor Hill buyer or seller representation. Head to our Free Market Analysis page to learn more about the possible resale value of your Manor Hill property!

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