Southern Marin County Homes for Sale

Southern Marin County sits just across the Golden Gate Bridge from San Francisco, making it a great location for the frequent commuter to consider. In some ways, the second you cross that bridge you’ll feel worlds away from all the hustle and bustle of the big city, and instead start to get an overwhelming sense of laid-back vibe that truly surrounds not only Southern Marin County but also the entire region as well. Many describe Southern Marin County as the beginning of what most consider to be one of the trendiest places to live in northern California, especially to anyone who loves being outside and enjoying the unique and picturesque setting the defines the local landscape. Mountains, beaches, forests, and endless rolling hills all help shape Marin County as a whole, and with the Golden Gate National Recreation Area acting as the southern most part of Marin County, this particular location truly acts as the “gateway” to this remarkable setting.

Southern Marin County Communities


Marin County cities that make up the southern portion of the area include Sausalito, Tiburon, Belvedere and Mill Valley.

Sausalito, CA

Once crossing the Golden Gate Bridge, the city of Sausalito is the first community you’ll reach once through the gorgeous Golden Gate National Recreation Area. A waterfront community that sits just off Richardson Bay, Sausalito is routinely voted as one of the best places to live or to visit, and although it’s still well south of California wine country, the wine culture here in some ways is second-to-none.

Tiburon

Located on the opposite side of Richardson Bay from Sausalito, Tiburon presents home buyers with a slightly more seclude setting, mainly because you'll have to go up and around the bay in order to get there if you plan on driving. But given the charming nature and absolutely incredible views of the bay and Angel Island that most homes here include, that little bit of extra driving is well worth it if you’re lucky enough to live here.

Belvedere

An island town that actually consists of two individual islands, Belvedere is one of the more unique locations to live in Southern Marin County. With a population of just over 2,000, real estate opportunities are certainly available to active home buyers searching for a new place to live, but because of Belvedere’s position that juts out into Richardson Bay, the unbelievable views of downtown San Francisco make homes here highly sought after by just about anyone buyer out there.

Mill Valley

Acting as the northern most city in Southern Marin County, Mill Valley sits adjacent Mt. Tamalpais State Park, helping make it a top spot for outdoor enthusiasts looking for the perfect new place to call home. And with a population of right around 14,000, Mill Valley also has one of the more diverse real estate markets in Marin County, giving home buyers plenty of options to choose from when browsing what’s available.

Southern Marin June 18, 2018
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Southern Marin
City # Price Range
Belvedere 19 $1.7m - $13.0m
Mill Valley 44 $650k - $6.8m
Sausalito 21 $699k - $4.8m
Tiburon 51 $635k - $15.0m
Central & North Marin
City # Price Range
Corte Madera 11 $749k - $25.0m
Fairfax 4 $899k - $1.3m
Greenbrae 14 $629k - $3.0m
Kentfield 20 $949k - $14.0m
Larkspur 3 $1.1m - $3.0m
Novato 76 $209k - $2.8m
Ross 16 $1.4m - $15.0m
San Anselmo 24 $599k - $4.2m
San Rafael 88 $245k - $7.8m
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