- 25 Alpine Rd
Not only is Novato Marin's northernmost city, it is also the fastest growing city in the county. There are already a number of nationally recognized companies already based in Novato and the increasing population creates opportunity for more commercial development. Another reflection of Novato's strong economy is the arrival of a Trader Joes in March 2006 and ongoing expansion of the Vintage Oaks shopping mall. With over 50 major outlets, including Costco and Target, it truly is a one-stop shopping destination, something much appreciated with today's busy lifestyles.
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Novato Market Snapshot
|Average Size (SqFt):||2,323|
|Average Price / SqFt:||$476|
|Highest Listing Price:||$3,400,000|
|Lowest Listing Price:||$225,000|
|Average Days On Website:||52|
Novato Homes for sale
|All Listings||Under $250,000||$250,000 - $500,000|
|$500,000 - $750,000||$750,000 - $1,000,000||$1,000,000 - $1,250,000|
|$1,250,000 - $1,500,000||$1,500,000 - $1,750,000||$1,750,000 - $2,000,000|
|$2,000,000 - $2,250,000||$2,250,000 - $2,500,000||Over $2,500,000|
- 50 Saint Andrews Dr
- 2090 Novato Blvd
- 133 Maestro Rd
- 2373 Novato Blvd
- 10 Bonnie Brae Dr
- 2215 Oak Knoll Rd
- 115 Stonetree Ln
- Oak Ridge Estate
- 87 Stonetree Ln
- 95 Stonetree Ln
- 571 Mcclay Rd
Novato is somewhat of an overlooked treasure. Even lifelong residents are sometimes surprised by all there is to do in and around this busy city. In the summertime, Tuesday evenings bring the Farmers Market. With crafts, carriage rides, and live music there is something to please the entire family. If structured activities are what you are looking for, the Novato Parks and Recreation department offers year round programs for kids of all ages. However, it doesn't stop there. The Novato area has more easily accessible space than just about any other part of Marin. Hiking, biking, horseback riding, boating, fishing, and other outdoor recreational activities are sometimes, quite literally, in the back yard.
As the fastest growing real estate market in the county, more new houses were built and sold in Novato during 2006 than any other city in Marin. Much of the growth has occurred at Hamilton Field, as well as several smaller residential developments. In addition to the newer subdivisions, there are older established areas with mid-century ranch style homes, and larger properties outside subdivision boundaries.
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.