55+ Communities in Marin County California

Marin County is a great place for any age group to live, but for those nearing retirement, it’s become one of the most popular destinations in the country for 55 and over home buyers looking for a relaxing location to settle down and enjoy the golden years of life.

Frequently referred to as senior communities, 55 and over neighborhoods are specifically designed to fit the needs and wants of older adults while often including plenty of lifestyle amenities that range from golfing and tennis courts to swimming pools and fitness centers. Although options might seem somewhat limited, Marin County still has a number of 55+ communities that are available for potential home buyers to choose from including:

Homes for Sale in Marin Retirement Communities

Marin County Retirement Residences August 10, 2020
10
Listed
122
Avg. DOM
$451.67
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$561,250
Med. List Price
10 Properties

Buying Real Estate in a Marin Active Adult Community 

If you're thinking about a move to a Marin County 55+ active adult retirement community, contact us to learn more about which neighborhood or senior development best fits your individual needs and wants as a home buyer who's in (or approaching) retirement.

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Current Homes for Sale
Southern Marin
City # Price Range
Belvedere 16 $3.0m - $29.9m
Mill Valley 49 $400k - $12.9m
Sausalito 24 $529k - $9.9m
Tiburon 39 $675k - $15.0m
Central & North Marin
City # Price Range
Corte Madera 11 $673k - $27.5m
Fairfax 7 $749k - $2.5m
Greenbrae 8 $663k - $2.4m
Kentfield 5 $1.7m - $6.0m
Larkspur 7 $485k - $3.3m
Novato 76 $325k - $2.7m
Ross 6 $3.6m - $43.0m
San Anselmo 11 $549k - $4.5m
San Rafael 72 $149k - $6.4m
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