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Discover the best Strawberry homes for sale and real estate in Mill Valley below. Located just east of Highway 101, the Mill Valley neighborhood of Strawberry sits on a small peninsula that juts into Richardson Bay. This waterfront community is a commuter's delight, offering easy access to San Francisco and the Bay Area while providing the best of what Marin County has to offer. For up-to-date information regarding Mill Valley properties for sale in Strawberry or to schedule a private home showing, contact your Bay Area real estate specialists today! Read more about Strawberry real estate.

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Strawberry Real Estate Market

Because of the neighborhood's proximity to San Francisco and Richardson Bay, homes for sale are on the more expensive side. Home prices range anywhere from $2 million to the upper $6 millions, depending on the type of real estate. One of the most popular areas to live is the Eichler community, which was constructed in 1965 and features two-story floor plans.

Real estate in Strawberry is eclectic, ranging in style from Cape Cod to mid-century modern, and combines a variety of different property types, including single-family homes, condos, and apartments. One of Marin's most desirable Eichler communities is located in Strawberry. Built in 1965, these mid-century gems are larger than typical Eichlers, and several feature 2-story floor plans.

Strawberry Community Amenities

Strawberry is a large neighborhood of about 5,400 people located in the northern border of the city limits of Tiburon, California. It sits close to the town of Mill Valley, but is under the jurisdiction of Marin County. The community is bordered by U.S. Highway 101 on the west and Highway 131 to the north. Strawberry is only 30 minutes to San Francisco. However, the area also has convenient shopping and recreational activities within the neighborhood limits, including the Strawberry Village Shopping Center and Strawberry Park.

Despite the fact that Strawberry has a Mill Valley zip code, it has a feel reminiscent of Tiburon. Convenient shopping, great schools, and ample recreational opportunities combine with lovely views of the bay and surrounding hillsides to make Strawberry one of the more desirable neighborhoods in Mill Valley.

Strawberry School Information

Students in the area will attend the Mill Valley School district. Most elementary school children attend school at Strawberry Point School, which is one of the five elementary schools in Mill Valley. Junior high students attend Mill Valley Middle School, while older teenagers join other high school students from throughout the area at Tamalpais High.

There truly is something for everyone in Strawberry. Waterfront homes in marin, interesting architecture, good schools, and easy commuting make Strawberry a sought-after Mill Valley location.

Strawberry Real Estate Agents

If you're purchasing a home in Strawberry, allow our team of local real estate experts to guide you through the process with your Strawberry property today. As Mill Valley real estate agents, we have exclusive insider knowledge of Strawberry market dynamics.

To learn more about agent representation while buying or selling your Strawberry home, contact Bay Area Modern. Check out our Free Market Analysis page to receive a free home value analysis in Strawberry.

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