Homestead Valley Neighborhood

Once home to dairy ranches and hunting lodges, the unincorporated community of Homestead Valley lies just to the south of Mill Valley proper.  Bound by Miller Avenue to the east and the slopes of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area to the west, Homestead Valley has a rural ambiance with lots of outdoor appeal but is within an easy walk or bike ride to shopping and schools.

Homestead Valley is a close-knit neighborhood with an active community group.  The Homestead Valley Community Association coordinates a variety of classes and activities for people of all ages. The Community Center with its clubhouse, pool, and grounds is a popular destination for locals and hosts a range of neighborhood happenings including holiday parties, potluck dinners, and homeowner meetings.

Many consider the weather in Homestead Valley to be near perfect. Cooled by early-morning fog and shaded by redwoods, summer days are seldom too warm, and Marin County's temperate Mediterranean climate keeps winter temperatures comfortable - making outdoor activities possible year round.  Terrific weather, easy access to trails and recreational activities, and outstanding Mill Valley schools help make Homestead Valley a very desirable location.

Homestead Valley Homes for Sale (Mill Valley)

All Listings $250,000 - $500,000 $1,750,000 - $2,000,000
Over $2,500,000
3 Listings Found
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52,690 SQ. Feet
  • Mill Valley
  • 500 Miller Ave
  • $3,000,000
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3 Beds | 2 Baths|2,174 SQ. Feet
  • Mill Valley
  • 102 Homestead Blvd
  • $1,895,000
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16,740 SQ. Feet
  • Mill Valley
  • East Laverne Ave
  • $445,000

Homestead Valley Real Estate

Homestead Valley real estate is eclectic.  In fact, probably the most accurate thing that can be said is that there is no one "typical" Homestead Valley style. Cabins, shingle-style houses, and custom homes can all be found in the neighborhood. In some cases, vintage bungalows have been replaced by larger contemporary homes.  Many mid-century ranches or charming cottages have been remodeled, merging the original character of the home with updated convenience.

Homestead Valley properties range in style and price-range. Homes close to Miller Avenue tend to be more densely situated, but farther back in the canyon properties take on a more open, rural feel.  Homestead Valley is a great place to search for a one-of-a-kind piece of real estate or an older home with fixer possibilities.

Contact Marin Modern Real Estate, Mill Valley Realtors, for experienced representation buying or selling a property in Homestead Valley or anywhere else in Marin County, California.