Mill Valley is one of the greatest small towns in America. It has a little bit of everything and it is still a small town. It embodies everything you're looking for in a place to live and possibly more. This is key to wherever you buy your home in Marin County. Mill Valley is close to San Francisco, the Bay, the Beaches and the Wine Country, yet still far enough from all of them to remain quiet and serene. Most homes in Mill Valley are no more than a few minutes from nearby Hwy. 101, the main artery running north to south through Marin. As a rule of thumb, during most commute times traffic on that highway backs up starting at Mill Valley. Therefore, it has a relatively quick commute to and from San Francisco.

Like Sonoma, Mill Valley's Bill Graham Square has everything: shops, restaurants, parking and, of course, the Square itself, which was the old stopping depot for travelers through Mill Valley a hundred years ago. The Depot itself is still there, currently a coffee shop and bookstore. Besides visiting Downtown, Mill Valley also is a place with a lot of things to do. The aforementioned San Francisco Bay fronts many parts of Mill Valley, along with bayside parks and trails for walking or biking. Nearby Mount Tamalpais provides a thousand acre recreational playground that is just out Mill Valley's backdoor. There you'll find a wide enough variety of hiking, mountain biking or hang gliding to last you for the next ten years. There is also an annual Mountain Play, held at the outdoor amphitheatre, which also plays host to the occasional. Mill Valley is also close to two main Pacific Ocean beaches: Muir Beach and Stinson Beach. Though these are very beautiful spots that are generally uncrowded, you'll find they're not exactly the quintessential California beaches made famous by the media or the occasional Beach Boy song. They're much cooler, remote and less crowded, for one thing, which is just fine for most people.

Simply put, the real estate in Mill Valley isn't cheap, but the best things in life generally aren't. Actually, the best things in life are free, but that's beside the point. What Mill Valley does have is a tremendous variety of homes for sale. You can live on the beach, the bay, or on a hillside with a spectacular view. You can live in a forest or a valley far from the closest neighbor, or on a flat lot in a charming area with actual sidewalks and everything. Whichever, Mill Valley has it all. Please call me or send me an email to let me know how I may help you.

 


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