Muir Beach Homes For Sale

See the newest Muir Beach homes for sale and more real estate in Marin County below. Muir Beach is a coastal California town that's somewhat isolated from other nearby cities and towns in West Marin. The Golden Gate National Recreation Area basically surrounds the Muir Beach community on three of its four sides, and the Pacific Ocean borders the other. Outside of a small community center and the famous Pelican Inn restaurant, Muir Beach is almost entirely residential, providing potential home buyers and future residents with a rather quiet, almost country-like atmosphere that's perfect for enjoying the absolutely gorgeous scenery this part of Marin County is known for most. In addition, the public beach area in town is a great spot for an afternoon picnic or to spend the day relaxing near the waterfront, and there's also plenty of hiking trails and mountain bike paths that are a great way to get outside and stay active whenever possible. For additional information on Muir Beach properties for sale or to schedule a home showing, contact your Bay Area real estate professionals today! Read more about Muir Beach real estate.

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Muir Beach Real Estate Market

Many homes offer panoramic views of the surrounding mountains in the east, or ocean views taking in San Francisco to the Farallon Islands in the west, making each property in Muir Beach one of a kind. The properties in Muir Beach are exclusive and well cared for. Even the rustic "cabins" are distinctive and offer many desirable features. The homes are fairly expensive, but owning a home in Muir Beach presents the opportunity for a unique and gracious lifestyle.

With Muir Beach sitting right alongside the Pacific coastline, many homes for sale here feature breathtaking views of the ocean, especially as you get further up the hillside. But as a smaller city that really only has about 150 homes total, finding available opportunities on the Muir Beach real estate market isn't always easy. Furthermore, whatever homes are listed for sale in Muir Beach often tend to be among Marin County's most expensive, largely because of those awesome coastal views that are guaranteed to never grow old.

Muir Beach Community Amenities

Surrounded by the Golden Gate National Recreation Area on three sides and the Pacific Ocean to the West, living in Muir Beach might feel more like a luxury vacation than a permanent residence. Only a twenty-minute drive from Mill Valley, Muir Beach is an enclave that appeals to those looking for a quiet lifestyle with urban conveniences nearby.

Although the pub at the Pelican Inn offers the only nightlife in the area, there is still has plenty to do in Muir Beach. Anchoring the community is a small, secluded beach perfect for family picnics, and just up the road is the Muir Beach Overlook, which provides dramatic views of the California coastline. Only two miles from Muir Beach is the world famous Muir Woods National Monument, described by conservationist John Muir as "the best tree-lovers monument that could possibly be found in all the forests of the world." Slide Ranch and the Green Gulch Farm Zen Center are two well-known organic farms in the area. Both offer classes in organic farming, with each putting its spin on the activities. Slide Ranch is family and child centered, while Green Gulch also offers instruction in Buddhist philosophy, workshops, and meditation retreats.

Muir Beach is a community of fewer that 200 upscale homes in a highly desirable location. Many homes offer panoramic views of the surrounding mountains in the east, or ocean views taking in San Francisco to the Farallon Islands in the west, making each property in Muir Beach one of a kind.

Muir Beach Real Estate Agents

Buying or selling a home in Muir Beach? Let our team of Bay Area real estate experts help you through the purchase of your new Muir Beach 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 Muir Beach real estate.

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