Point Reyes Station Homes & Real Estate

Find the newest Point Reyes Station homes for sale & real estate listings in Point Reyes Station, CA below! Originally called Olema Station, the city of Point Reyes Station in West Marin has a rich history that’s of course tied to the busy railroad that ran though it for nearly 60 years. Today, a lot has of course changed about the community of Point Reyes Station, but because many of its original Italianate-style commercial buildings still stand, much of its charm and character remains for current and future generations to enjoy. For information about Point Reyes Station 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 Point Reyes, California 

Pt. Reyes Station September 24, 2017
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POINT REYES STATION REAL ESTATE

The rolling hills and wide open space of the Point Reyes Station community makes for a very pleasant setting that most area home buyers want, especially in this part of Marin County. From sprawling farms with plenty of acreage and privacy to quiet country cabins that seem to seamlessly blend into the area’s tranquil natural environment, there seems to be something for just about everyone when it comes to the Point Reyes Station real estate market, regardless of individual needs, wants, and demands. But as a small community that’s nestled right up against the Point Reyes National Seashore, however, don’t expect to find of an overwhelming inventory of available homes or properties.

LIVING IN POINT REYES STATION

Point Reyes Station, CA lies about 39 miles north of San Francisco and is home to only about 900 people. Aside from its historic downtown that in some ways resembles something out of the Old West, many find its location just south of Tomales Bay extremely inviting in terms outdoor recreational opportunities. Tomales Bay is easily one of the best spots in all of northern California for boating and any number of water sports, while the Point Reyes National Seashore, which basically surrounds the Point Reyes Station community in nearly every direction, is a 71,028-acre protected nature preserve that not only features breathtaking scenery, but also a great place to hike, camp, and enjoy the spectacular beauty of the northern California landscape at its natural state. What many people don’t realize about Point Reyes Station, and the rest of West Marin for that matter, is that the food scene here is also surprisingly diverse. This particular part of Marin County is widely known to be the birthplace of the organic food movement, and most locals rave about the freshness and quality of the local produce and various other ingredients. So whether you’re thinking about a move to Point Reyes Station for the nature or for the food, the good news is that all future home owners should be set either way!

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Belvedere 20 $2.5m - $17.0m
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