Ross Homes & Real Estate

Welcome to your best Ross real estate resource as well as all homes on the market in Marin County. Despite being one of Marin County's smallest towns, many homes for sale in Ross tend to have a larger than life kind of appeal, making it a great landing spot for luxury home buyers wanting something with a "wow" factor. In general, the mountainous landscape and densely wooded terrain around the Ross community makes for a rather scenic and picturesque place to live, and many homes in Ross were specifically built to take full advantage of the wondrous views and outlooks of the surrounding Marin County landscape. Recent population stats now have over 2,000 people living in the Ross community, but locals would probably never know it given how quiet and laid-back the vibe is around town. For more information on Ross properties for sale or to schedule a home tour, contact your Bay Area real estate experts today! Read more about Ross real estate.

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Ross Real Estate Market

The Ross housing market features some pretty amazing homes, and some that have even been known to sell for $14+ million. But potential home buyers shouldn't worry when considering a move to the area — not every home for sale in Ross requires an 8-figure budget. For the most part, single-family residences in Ross typically start somewhere in the $1.5 to $1.7 million price range, which is actually pretty common for Marin County overall. For somebody who might also want a pool or one of those premium views we were just talking about above, though, be prepared to spend somewhere in the $3 to $4 million price range, or perhaps even more depending on square footage and lot size.

Ross has retained its rural feel due, in part, to strict zoning restrictions that limit development. Homes are on large properties surrounded by trees and represent a large variety of architectural styles. Some have a vaguely Victorian influence, others are contemporary or mid-century modern in design, and there are many ranch-style homes.

Ross Community Amenities

It is tempting to characterize Ross as one of the premier locations in Marin - but that temptation exists with many communities in Marin County. The truth is that Marin is full of wonderful towns, and Ross is one of them. Tucked in between Kentfield and San Anselmo, Ross has long been a bastion of the well to do. In the late 1800's expansive estates were built as holiday homes. Not much has changed; the properties are still large and Ross is still a highly desirable location.

Ross Common is what they call downtown Ross. With a few small shops and restaurants, the post office, and a small park, Ross Common is the center of daily activity. The same family has operated the Ross Grocery for more than 50 years. Residents still pick up their mail at the post office, as there is no mail delivery in Ross, despite the fact it is one of the wealthiest zip codes in the United States. The rich and famous still stroll the streets. Life in Ross is sophisticated and casual.

Ross School Information

Below is a list of schools in the city of Ross for buyers with school-aged children to consider:

  • The Branson School - 39 Fernhill Ave, Ross, CA
  • Ross Elementary School - 9 Lagunitas Rd, Ross, CA

The eclectic mix of properties in Novato ranges from multimillion-dollar estates in gated communities to modest tract homes and condominiums. You can find waterfront homes with access to the San Pablo and San Francisco Bays, horse properties nestled into the hills, and contemporary style homes on the fairways of golf courses. With the building boom in Novato there truly is something to suit every taste.

Ross Real Estate Agents

Preparing for the purchase or sale of a home in Ross? Allow our Bay Area real estate specialists to help you navigate the purchase of or expertly negotiate the sale of your Ross residence. Our expert knowledge will give you access to up-to-date information about the unique dynamics of the Ross real estate market.

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