Kent Woodlands Homes For Sale

View the newest Kent Woodlands homes for sale and Kentfield real estate below! Situated between the Baltimore Canyon Open Space Preserve and Phoenix Lake Park, the Kent Woodlands neighborhood of Marin County is prime territory for outdoor enthusiasts. The community, which consists of 21 subdivisions with a total of about 570 residential lots, is just minutes from Woodlands Market. For additional information on Kent Woodlands properties for sale in Kentfield or to schedule a home showing, contact your Bay Area real estate specialists today. Read more about Kent Woodlands real estate.

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Kent Woodlands Real Estate Market

Home prices start in the upper $900s and have ranged as high as $10 million in recent years. The median price of Kent Woodlands homes for sale is in the low $3 millions with an average price per square foot of about $1,000. Most of this real estate is spacious, with four to five bedrooms, and many homes are located on large, wooded lots. Architectural styles include Spanish Colonial, farmhouse, Craftsman, and contemporary, and some homes on the market date to the early 20th century.

Kent Woodlands Community Amenities

Kent Woodlands is renowned for its strong sense of community. It’s an ideal neighborhood for anyone looking to buy a home that’s removed from the urban bustle, yet still conveniently located near town amenities. The Kent Woodlands Property Owners Association keeps residents informed about issues such as property maintenance and fire safety.

Kent Woodlands School Information

Nearby schools, which all receive excellent ratings, include Anthony G. Bacich Elementary, Adaline E. Kent Middle, and Redwood High.

Kent Woodlands Real Estate Agents

Considering the purchase of a home in Kent Woodlands? Let our team of local real estate professionals help you through the purchase of your new Kent Woodlands property or the sale of your current residence. As Kentfield real estate agents, we have expert insider knowledge of the market dynamics unique to Kent Woodlands real estate.

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