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See the newest Central Marin homes for sale and more real estate in Marin County below. While southern Marin is exclusive and posh, its neighbor, Central Marin County, is more down to earth and is the commercial backbone of Marin. Conveniently stretched out along both the east and west sides of Highway 101, Central Marin includes Corte Madera on its southern boundary, San Rafael on the north, and the San Rafael/San Pablo Bay to the east. For additional information on Central Marin properties for sale or to schedule a home showing, contact your Bay Area real estate professionals today! Read more about Central Marin real estate.

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Central Marin Real Estate Market

Real estate in Central Marin is diverse and ranges from some of the most affordable housing in Marin to some of the most expensive. Fairfax and San Anselmo tend to be mid-range in price, while Ross and Kentfield have some of the most elegant luxury estate properties in Marin. Historic Larkspur is a small city with turn-of-the-century charm, and Corte Madera is full of neighborhoods with interesting single-family homes and reasonably priced condominiums.

For the mid-century modern enthusiast, San Rafael has several neighborhoods full of Eichlers and California ranch homes, including Marinwood, Terra Linda, and the Lucas Valley. Whether your preference is for contemporary or modern architecture, grand estates, or cozy bungalows, there is certainly something to fit every taste and most price points in Central Marin.

Central Marin Community Amenities

San Rafael, Greenbrae, and Corte Madera are working cities, complete with office buildings, shopping centers and businesses, along with quiet, residential neighborhoods. Larkspur, Kentfield, Ross, Fairfax, and San Anselmo all have more of a small town feel, with cozy neighborhoods and small, independently owned shops. All are well located for commuting either to San Francisco or the East Bay.

Surrounded by the open spaces that give Marin County its pleasantly rural feel, Central Marin is a hub of activity. For many residents, hiking, biking, and even horseback riding trails are - quite literally - right out the back door. The nearby bay offers opportunity for boating, fishing, kayaking, and windsurfing. Most Central Marin communities feature parks and state-of-the-art playgrounds for fun, while conveniently located shopping provides for the day-to-day necessities of life.

Central Marin Real Estate Agents

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

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