Larkspur Condos For Sale

View today's hottest Larkspur condominium properties for sale and more real estate in Larkspur below! Centrally located in Marin County, the town of Larkpur is one of the most coveted towns for homebuyers because of its adorable downtown strip (Magnolia Avenue), close-knit neighborhood feel, excellent Larkspur schools, and easy accessibility to the freeway. While most residential dwellings in Larkspur are single-family homes, there are a number of Larkspur townhome and condominium buildings available, some of which offer water and lagoon views. To request up-to-date information about condos on the market in Larkspur, California or to arrange a private showing, contact your Larkspur real estate experts today.

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