Belvedere Homes & Real Estate

Find the newest Belvedere homes for sale & real estate listings in Belvedere, CA below! A picturesque community in Southern Marin that’s located just northeast of Sausalito, Belvedere is certainly a unique location for Marin County home buyers to consider. Consisting of two islands, Belvedere Island and Corinthian Island, homes for sale in Belvedere are almost entirely surrounded by water, which to some is the community’s best attribute. And because Belvedere juts out into the southern tip of the Tiburon Peninsula, which extends out into the San Francisco Bay, many homes throughout the Belvedere community offer spectacular views of Angel Island, the San Francisco skyline, the Golden Gate Bridge, and even Mount Tamalpais. As a result, however, real estate in Belvedere is extremely sought after by Bay area home buyers, making it one of the more expensive locations in all of Marin County. For information about Belvedere neighborhood properties for sale or to schedule a private home showing, contact your Marin County real estate experts today.

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Homes for Sale in Belvedere California

Homes for Sale in Belvedere June 21, 2018
19
Listed
61
Avg. DOM
$1,268.91
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$4,995,000
Med. List Price
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Selling or buying a home in Belvedere soon? Call The Marin Modern Real Estate team (415) 233-6821. Our community of Marin County REALTORS® will help you navigate the Belvedere housing market.

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BELVEDERE REAL ESTATE AT A GLANCE

Although real estate market conditions are always fluctuating, it’s safe to say homes for sale in Belvedere generally list anywhere from $2 million to $15 million, with home and land values only increasing.  And because Belvedere is also home to the San Francisco Yacht Club and the Corinthian Yacht Club, it’s also a great location for any serious sailing enthusiast out there as well.

HOUSES IN BELVEDERE

With limited space, Belvedere maintains a quaint, tight-knit community feel and a population of only around 2,100 residents. Most houses in Belvedere feature classic Victorian architecture and were originally designed by a number of notable architects in the early 20th century, like Albert Farr, Henry Gutterson, and Charles Callister just to name a few. In fact, some homes in Belvedere have even been added to the National Register of Historic Places, which of course helps maintain the city’s undeniable character for future generations to appreciate.

LIVING IN BELVEDERE, CA

If you’re looking for lots of community amenities and things to do, you won’t that that here in Belvedere. Restaurants, stores, and other commercial development is prohibited in the community, and even when it comes to residential development there are strict rules in place that the city enforces. Homes can only be of certain designs, while each new home also has to follow setback rules in order to preserve trees and the incredible views that homes and home owners in the area enjoy each and every day. With that said, however, anyone living in Belvedere still has easy and quick access to a wide range of boutiques, restaurants, cafes, and other service businesses in nearby Tiburon, which is only a few short minutes away.

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Current Homes for Sale
Southern Marin
City # Price Range
Belvedere 19 $1.7m - $13.0m
Mill Valley 46 $549k - $6.8m
Sausalito 21 $699k - $4.8m
Tiburon 46 $935k - $15.0m
Central & North Marin
City # Price Range
Corte Madera 11 $749k - $25.0m
Fairfax 5 $769k - $1.3m
Greenbrae 13 $629k - $3.0m
Kentfield 21 $1.4m - $14.0m
Larkspur 2 $1.1m - $2.8m
Novato 84 $209k - $2.8m
Ross 14 $1.4m - $7.5m
San Anselmo 21 $599k - $4.2m
San Rafael 90 $245k - $7.8m
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