Fairfax Homes & Real Estate

Search Fairfax homes for sale & real estate in Fairfax, CA. A quick drive down Fairfax’s main drag and you’ll feel like you’re in a charming small town somewhere in middle America. Instead, however, you’re actually located right in the heart of Marin County, California, which happens to be one of the most scenic and picturesque parts of the entire country. Situated only about a half hour from San Francisco, perhaps the best part about living in Fairfax, CA is the easy and quick access to all of the big city amenities the Bay Area has to offer—all without actually having to live among the constant hustle and bustle that surrounds big city living. For information about Fairfax 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 Fairfax, California

Homes for Sale in Fairfax California March 23, 2023
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Selling or buying a home in Fairfax soon? Call The Marin Modern Real Estate team (415) 233-6821. Our community of Marin County REALTORS® will help you navigate the Fairfax housing market.

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The sense of community is strong throughout the city of Fairfax, and true to small town form, the people here are about as friendly as can be. Outside of the downtown area, the scenery surrounding the Fairfax community is much like the rest of northern California, featuring plenty of rolling hills and lots of vegetation that helps create such a picturesque atmosphere. Potential buyers considering the area for their next home will find that many homes for sale in Fairfax are quite unique, often including multiple levels of living space because of being built directly into the hilly terrain that defines this particular part of Marin County. And from classic A-frames and bungalows to mid-century modern and traditional two-story homes, there’s also no shortage of options and home styles in Fairfax, which also helps contribute to the appealing nature of the Fairfax, CA real estate market as a whole.


While Fairfax only has a total area of 2.2 square miles, most who already live here will be the first to say there’s a lot packed into this charming little Marin County town. Downtown Fairfax has incredibly walk-ability and is filled with all kinds of shops, eateries, cafes, bars, and even a grocery store and movie theater as well. Furthermore, as one of the most well-maintained communities you'll find basically anywhere, there’s just something that makes living, working, and playing in Fairfax pleasant, inviting, and extraordinarily desirable to just about anyone looking for a new place to live.


At last count, Fairfax, CA was home to just over 7,600 people, but as one of the more popular places to settle down here in beautiful Marin County, you just never know how quickly that number will rise as more and more people discover this wonderful and enchanting Bay Area community. 

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Southern Marin
City # Price Range
Belvedere 9 $4.3m - $39.5m
Mill Valley 20 $799k - $13.5m
Sausalito 12 $565k - $3.9m
Tiburon 14 $650k - $12.9m
Central & North Marin
City # Price Range
Corte Madera 5 $840k - $1.9m
Fairfax 5 $599k - $2.5m
Greenbrae 4 $154k - $995k
Kentfield 3 $2.0m - $3.0m
Larkspur 6 $449k - $5.3m
Novato 42 $239k - $3.2m
San Anselmo 3 $985k - $2.7m
San Rafael 80 $85k - $6.0m
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