Have you been frustrated with the current inventory in Mill Valley? Still looking for a home? Well, look no further. This is agreat opportunity to remodel or rebuild this 2bd/2ba home in Little City Farms into a dream home on a quiet and spacious view lot.
Currently the home is approximately 1,600sqft and the lot is generously sized at 11,000sqft.
The home could be 2,500sqft with 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths. The owners have house plans that once were approved by the County of Marin. These plans and all reports are included in the sale of this property. See rendering of new home below.
Highlights of the neighborhood:
- Eastwood Park is down the road. This is where the locals gather for kid play dates, picnics, birthdays or dog play.
What a beautiful backyard! We represented the buyers in the sale of this Paradise Cay home. They were elated when we called them to say "We found your home!". This single level ranch style home is 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, completely up to date and features a deep water boat dock.
We negotiated a great offer on behalf of our buyer clients. The sale closed for $1,805,000.
If you are looking for a home on the waterfront, give us a call. We'd be happy to assist you.
Erika Davito and Lisa Smith
2790 Heatherstone Dr. San Rafael, CA 94903 Just Listed $620,000
- Single story Marinwood home on corner lot
- 4 bedrooms, 2 baths
- Pool and large deck in private back yard
- Hardwood floors under carpet
- Dixie School District
- Easy access to freeway, open space, shopping and transportation
- Marinwood Park nearby: Pools, tennis courts, playground and community center.
Open Sunday 10/20/13 1-4 pm, please come by.
Hilary Davis, Realtor (415) 235-3133
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