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San Geronimo is a distinguished part of Marin County that’s mostly known for its breathtaking landscape, which of course is defined by rolling hills, open meadows, and dense Redwood forests that are nothing short of impressive on just about every level. Formerly known as Nicasio Station, San Geronimo is officially a census designated place in Marin County, positioned right in the heart of the scenic San Geronimo Valley. Along Sir Francis Drake Boulevard is where you’ll find the few community amenities offered here, which mainly consists of a small cafe, a post office, and a couple bus stops. But with San Rafael only being a short 20 minute drive or so, home owners in San Geronimo are also never too far from plenty of shopping, dining, and entertainment found throughout Marin County’s largest city.  

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San Geronimo Real Estate 

With San Geronimo being almost entirely rural, country homes, farms, cabins, and sprawling parcels of land make up most of the local real estate market. In addition, most homes for sale in San Geronimo also sit up in the hills, providing home owners with plenty of privacy and even some pretty outstanding views in some cases as well. Like most of Marin County, look for houses and cabins tucked away in the San Geronimo area to start somewhere close to $1 million and go up from there. 

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