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Explore today's new Boyle Park homes for sale and properties in Mill Valley below. Loosely bordered by E. Blithedale Avenue on the south and the Mill Valley Golf Course to the north, Mill Valley's Boyle Park neighborhood is a pleasant, sunny community with an unpretentious suburban attitude. This casual, family-friendly locale is within walking distance of schools, parks, and downtown Mill Valley. To learn more about Boyle Park properties for sale in Mill Valley or to set up a private home tour, contact your Bay Area real estate experts today! Read more about Boyle Park real estate.

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Boyle Park Real Estate Market

Homes in Boyle Park tend to be unpretentious and present an eclectic mix of bungalows, cottages, contemporary, and ranch style architecture. While some homes are modern beauties, many homes in Boyle Park were built before the 1960s, offering interesting hunting-hunting possibilities for the mid-century modern home enthusiast looking for property in Mill Valley.

Boyle Park Community Amenities

A public golf course and the extensive facilities of Boyle Park itself offer plenty of recreational opportunities, including a playground, tennis courts, baseball diamonds, and group picnic facilities. The Boyle Park neighborhood is also close to open spaces providing great access for hiking and biking.

Boyle Park School Information

Boyle Park is within the boundaries served by the Mill Valley School District. Most elementary school students attend the highly rated Park School, although final determination is made by the Mill Valley School District based on enrollment numbers. Middle school students attend Mill Valley Middle School and high school students go to Tamalpais High School.

Boyle Park offers some of the best that Mill Valley real estate has to offer - good schools, a great location, friendly neighbors, and proximity to shops and commercial services.

Boyle Park Real Estate Agents

Looking to purchase a home in Boyle Park? Let our Mill Valley real estate team guide you through the sale of your current residence or purchase your next Boyle Park property. As local real estate agents, we're well-versed in the unique market dynamics of Boyle Park real estate.

Contact Bay Area Modern to learn more about representation for buyers and sellers in Boyle Park. View our Free Market Analysis page to receive a Boyle Park home evaluation within moments.

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