Marin County Real Estate Blog

16 Deuce Court – Create Your Indoor or Outdoor Lifestyle in This Townhouse

Fairfax is one of the most desirable places to live in the country. It’s part of the San Francisco Bay Area just north of the Golden Gate Bridge. It has a small town feel, and the community creates wonderful events that include the Fairfax Fair, Annual Car Show, Weekly Farmer’s Markets throughout the summer. Favorite outdoor activities include walking, hiking and biking. In fact the birth of mountain biking was in Fairfax. Mount Tamalpais is one of the most recognizable spots anywhere among mountain-bikers.

And for us with indoor interests, Fairfax is home to wonderful restaurants, bookstores, one of the best libraries in Marin, coffee shops, cafes, clothes shops, children’s shops, lumber and hardware… and local historic saloons.

For all of you indoor and outdoor and ‘hopefully’ pro Fairfax enthusiasts, I want to announce a great townhome that I have just listed in Canon village, located at 16 Deuce Court in Fairfax.

This end unit has a desirable 2 story floorplan. There are 3 bedrooms and two full baths located upstairs. One of the upstairs bedrooms has an outdoor entrance with stairway leading to the downstairs patio.

Main level has a living room and dining room that lead out to patio. The kitchen is open plan adjacent to living and dining and has its own patio perfect for sipping morning coffee/tea or evening refreshments.

16 Deuce Court in Canon Village includes a pool and is located near a private swim and tennis club and close to all of downtown Fairfax with restaurants, movie theatre, shops, and entertainment venues.

Call me today for more information about this lovely townhome at 16 Deuce Ct. Better yet, visit...

Little Free Library in Marin County

I have been a Little Free Library Steward in Marin County for two years. My husband built a Little Free Library (LFL) in the shape of a bright yellow Pac woman. Located in front of our home in Terra Linda, there is a shelf filled with adult and children’s books. The neighborhood kids trade books back and forth. I never know what books will be the most popular ones and I am constantly surprised by what great books show up in the Pac woman.

The Little Free Library movement started in 2009 in Wisconsin. Todd Bol of Hudson, Wisconsin built a model of a one room school house as a tribute to his Mother. He filled it with books and everyone loved it. He built several and gave them away. Each one had a sign that said FREE BOOKS! Rick Brooks of UW, Madison saw this and discussed how this could be a project for furthering goals for common good.

By the summer of 2010, the mission of Little Free Library became clear. While each little free library could have a unique look, all share the theme of sharing books and bringing neighbors together.

There are now 40,000 little Free libraries worldwide.  I have provided addresses from The Little Free Library online map for the Terra Linda area of San Rafael:

  • 7 Anchorage Court, San Rafael,94903 (Terra Linda)
  • 650 Kernberry Drive, San Rafael, 94903 (Marinwood).  Tthis has a Lego roof and additional Legos to play with and is located near Marinwood hiking)
  • 37 Wallace Way (Terra Linda)
  • 7 Geneva Way (Santa Venetia)
  • 579 Heather Way, San Rafael,94903 (Terra Linda)

This is my Pac...