San Anselmo Homes & Real Estate

See today's San Anselmo homes for sale & San Anselmo real estate listings below. Welcome to San Anselmo—a small Marin County community that’s neatly positioned right in the middle of the stunning Ross Valley. Over the years, local residents and elected town officials have made it a priority to maintain the atmosphere and core values of a charming small town in America, and for anybody who already calls the San Anselmo, CA area home today, they’ll be the first to tell you that’s exactly what potential home buyers will find once taking a closer look at this community has to offer. Like other cities and towns in or around Central Marin, there’s no doubt the railroad played a vital role in how San Anselmo grew into the community it is today, which is best described as a bustling small town with a rich history, historic architecture, and an eclectic downtown that’s full of a wide variety of shopping, dining, and culture. For information about San Anselmo 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 San Anselmo, California

Homes for Sale in San Anselmo California September 24, 2017
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$704.70
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$1,395,000
Med. List Price
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Selling or buying a home in San Anselmo soon? Call The Marin Modern Real Estate team (415) 233-6821. Our community of Marin County REALTORS® will help you navigate the San Anselmo housing market.

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SAN ANSELMO REAL ESTATE

While San Anselmo is unquestionably a tight-knit community, homes for sale in the area have a quiet, rural feel to them that largely relates to the breathtaking mountainous landscape that surrounds this incredible Marin County town. And while some homes for sale in San Anselmo are quite charming and rather historic, others fall more under the “luxury estate” category and have been equipped with all the bells and whistles, both on the inside and out!

LIVING IN SAN ANSELMO

As you stroll through downtown San Anselmo along San Anselmo Avenue, you’ll find quite the mixture of boutiques, restaurants, and service businesses that all help shape the landscape of this quintessential northern California town. The area is extremely walkable and because the San Anselmo Creek runs right through the middle of town, you’ll find a number of creekside cafes, parks, and patios all neatly situated right along on the water. Other local attractions in town include Ronson-Harrington House and Park, the Carnegie Library, and of course the San Francisco Theological Seminary, which is an affiliate of the University of California-Berkeley and sincerely worth visiting for the impressive architecture alone. In addition, if you’re one who enjoys all the fun and excitement behind summer festivals and fairs, San Anselmo also throws a number of annual events worth checking out, including the Art and Wine Festival, the Antiques Fair, and a even a town-wide antique sale. Needless to say, it’s no wonder why San Anselmo is routinely recognized as being one of the best towns in the U.S. for antiquing!

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Current Homes for Sale
Southern Marin
City # Price Range
Belvedere 20 $2.5m - $17.0m
Mill Valley 64 $495k - $8.0m
Sausalito 23 $795k - $9.0m
Tiburon 47 $985k - $14.9m
Central & North Marin
City # Price Range
Corte Madera 19 $649k - $25.0m
Fairfax 11 $539k - $2.3m
Greenbrae 13 $649k - $3.6m
Kentfield 13 $999k - $15.0m
Larkspur 9 $489k - $4.2m
Novato 123 $289k - $3.7m
Ross 12 $1.7m - $18.9m
San Anselmo 27 $799k - $3.4m
San Rafael 92 $225k - $7.7m
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