September 2014

Found 13 blog entries for September 2014.

Marin Modern Eichler listing in Upper Lucas Valley. 

I'm pleased to present my newest Eichler listing at 31 Mt Foraker in San Rafael.

This amazing 4 bedroom/2 bathroom 1882 square foot (per tax records) atrium model Eichler home with a 2 car garage is simply a wonderful property. This remodeled and well cared for home is the epitome of quality, style, and sophistication. The light filled kitchen is updated, has a pantry, a large extra bonus hobby/laundry room, and opens to a cozy family room. The home has numeroud skylights, a foam roof, an  updated radiant boiler, and more!

Enjoy sitting in your open living room with glass walls and a wood burning fireplace and  taking in expansive views of lush green hills. The home has a well manicured and landscaped large flat yard with an outdoor dining

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In 1874, San Rafael began as a sleepy city of 160 acres and 600 residents.  By 1880, the population had reached 2,276.  It became the county's government seat and grew to a population of 8,570 by 1940.  The north end of San Rafael, the area now known as Terra Linda, was largely ranch and dairy land.   Most of this area was owned by the Manuel T. Freitas family, a Portugese family who owned and operated a large dairy.

The Terra Linda area came into being in 1954.  A gentleman, Cal Wheeler, began building what was called The Terra Linda Master Plan, a planned community which included a shopping center (The Terra Linda Shopping Center), homes, community sites and local school sites.  After World War II, in the 1950's and 1960s, young

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Tam Valley Residents are very excited because they are getting a new grocery store!

Good Earth Announces Second Store:

"After 45 years in business with a single location, we embark on a new chapter in Good Earth's history. We are pleased to announce our plans for a second store at the corner of Shoreline Hwy and Flamingo Rd in the Tam Junction neighborhood of Mill Valley. Good Earth has signed a long-term lease for a new 22,000 square foot store - the same size as our current Fairfax store - that will meet the needs of the currently under served Southern Marin community (Tamalpais Valley residents have been without a local grocery store since December of 2010). We plan to open in the fall of 2015.

Good Earth will complete a total renovation and

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