May 2012

Found 16 blog entries for May 2012.



Built in 1921 by the late owner's father, this 2 bedroom, 1.5 bath home oozes vintage charm from the glass door knobs, to the beautiful wainscoting and molding to the high ceilings, hardwood floors and big front porch.  Although the house has been updated over the years, the vintage charm remains and the pride of ownership is evident.

There are big picture windows throughout, all dual paned.  The living room has a wood burning fireplace and is adjacent to the dining room. The dining room opens to a sun room through French doors with morning sun streaming in and views of the garden and Picnic Valley.  The good size eat-in kitchen is cheerful with lots of light and windows with a sliding glass door that opens to a deck for dining.  

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website for san francisco modern real estate listings. 

As you might imagine, we have many clients that are either committed to move to Marin but need to sell their home in San Francisco first OR are cross-shopping and are trying to decide which side of the Golden Gate Bridge they want to live on (Marin or SF).  

As a company we've been investing a lot of time and energy recently into helping our clients make this decision (or more specifically, researching this decision and exploring their housing options in San Francisco) a little easier.

For those Bay Area real estate "cross-shoppers" as well as those that need to sell in SF prior to moving to Marin, I'm pleased to announce the official re-launch of our San Francisco Modern Real Estate website.   

Visitors to our San Francisco-centric real

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My clients are the new proud owners of this lovely 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath townhome located on a private culdesac in the Western Oaks Townhome development in Southern Novato. This home features an open floor plan and views of the Novato hills and San Pablo Bay beyond.

The home sold today for $340,000.  


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I'm delighted to announce the opening of a new Marin Modern Real Estate office to better serve the needs of our clients and agents throughout Marin County.

Emarin_modern_entrance_resized_250stablished more than 5 years ago as a boutique Bay Area real estate firm specializing in modern, architectural homes, our company has become one of the fastest-growing residential real estate firms in Marin County as well as a "top 10" real estate brokerage in Marin for both sales & transaction volume.

Our approach, which involves selectively recruiting and hiring highly knowledgeable, tech-savvy and full-time, client-focused real estate agents and providing them as well as their clients with meaningful tools and technology to help make them successful in today's market, has helped

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I had a termite inspection at my house today which made me think this is a timely topic for new and seasoned homeowners. April kicks off termite season when these winged critters emerge from existing and thriving termite colonies to fly off and establish new ones.  Just because you had a termite inspection when you purchased your home, doesn't mean you never need another one. 

When we bought our home 17 years ago, I was oblivious to termites and the damage they can cause until I saw them chomping through the hardwood floors in the living room.  That got my attention!  I was happily going along thinking they were dining on my neighbor's house, not mine.  After that, I got religion. Now, every 2-3 years I have a pest inspection and take care of

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Looks like the cat's out of the bag...

Smithsonian Magazine just ranked Mill Valley as the fourth-best small town in America.  Smithsonian says: “Mill Valley is one of the jewels in a necklace of beautiful towns across the Golden Gate Bridge from San Francisco. It’s tucked into a canyon on the flank of 2,571-foot Mount Tamalpais, near the giant redwoods of Muir Woods National Monument and marshland surrounding Richardson Bay.”




View of the Richardson Bay from the garden of my waterfront listing in the Strawberry neighborhood of Mill Valley.


The article also mentions Mill Valley's easy accessibility to San Francisco and yet it somehow feels

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