Tagged : San Anselmo

Found 23 blog entries tagged as "San Anselmo".

Two great properties, same price point, both close to town but completely different cities in Marin County. I talk to buyers every day either moving from San Francisco or across country that want to live in Mill Valley. Mill Valley has so much to offer. Great for families, quaint European style town center, good restaurants, 2 Whole Foods markets, great schools but the #1 reason my clients want to live in Mill Valley. Any guesses?  It's close proximity to San Francisco.

When buyers start the process of searching for a new home in Marin they consider and weigh many factors. Weather, outdoor space, a garage,#of Bedrooms and bathrooms, square footage, pool vs no pool, etc. When you work downtown San Francisco or along the penninsula you also have to factor

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Ask any realtor and they will tell you that some homes do make you fall in love from the moment you walk through the door. I turned to syndicated columnist Marni Jameson to find out why some homes cast a magic spell and how you can invite love and romance into your home.

Romance comes from the root word, ‘Roman' and refers to something that has a lost and beautiful past. Think of the hundreds of couples who marry each year in old farmhouses, weathered estates, stately mansions and beautiful gardens. What do these places have in common; a rich history with a storied past, a place that invites love and day dreaming.


According to architectural historian, Susan Sully, any style home can be romantic. Romantic homes share the following qualities:

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I am so happy for my clients whom I just helped purchase their first home located in a great San Anselmo neighborhood. We had to make a strong pre-emptive offer to get this house because this price band in the Marin Real Estate market is very hot right now. We still had to compete with another offer. But ultimately, I was able to negotiate a good deal for everybody.

Set on a picture-perfect, tree-lined street, this charming three bedroom/two bathroom home features hardwood floors, a bright breakfast room, bonus room, as well as lovely molding and detail found in many 1920's San Francisco homes. With a flat yard that boasts mature magnolia and fruit trees, a deck off the kitchen which transitions to a patio in the backyard and an

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