Central Larkspur Homes For Sale

View the newest Central Larkspur homes for sale and Larkspur real estate below! The central portion of Larkspur, California, is where the action is. This historic town opened its first post office in 1891, and since that time the community has grown from its central historic district, with a comfortable population of nearly 12,000 today. In the center of it all, central Larkspur offers comfortable homes and real estate options for home buyers. For additional information on Central Larkspur properties for sale in Larkspur or to schedule a home showing, contact your Bay Area real estate specialists today. Read more about Central Larkspur real estate.

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Central Larkspur Real Estate Market

Central Larkspur is centralized around the city's downtown, a quaint, charming area with homes for sale that embrace the history and ambiance of the region. Homes for sale in this area are rare, but when they are available they sell quickly. Home prices here regularly top $1 million, while condos are available in the $500,000 to $600,000 range.

Central Larkspur Community Amenities

Central Larkspur is known for being quite pedestrian friendly, and residents and homebuyers alike find restaurants, cafes and small businesses within an easy walk of their neighborhood. Locally-owned boutiques make shopping in the community interesting, and owning a home in Central Larkspur makes it easy to enjoy all that the area offers.

Those looking to buy a home in Larkspur will find the vibrant neighborhood of central Larkspur quite appealing, while the central location makes it easy to enjoy all that the community as a whole offers.

Central Larkspur Real Estate Agents

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

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