Inverness Homes & Real Estate

Search Inverness homes for sale & real estate in Inverness, CA. Inverness California is an unincorporated community in western Marin County that doesn’t have a whole lot of development, residential or commercial. Resting on the southwest shore of Tomales Bay, Inverness is only about 3.5 miles from Point Reyes Station, which acts as the closet town nearby with a few extra amenities and things to do. Believe it or not, though, despite its small size and lack of major development, Inverness actually has a pretty active tourism industry, which is anchored by a few hotels and inns that are spread out throughout its quaint and sleepy downtown. For information about Inverness neighborhood properties for sale or to schedule a private home showing, contact your Marin County real estate experts today.

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Housing and real estate options in Inverness are mostly all singe-family homes, so if lots of open space and plenty of privacy are high up on your wish list, homes for sale in the Inverness community might just be the perfect fit. But as a small rural community with not much room for growth, don’t expect to find a wide range of homes to be available on the market. In fact, recent population stats have just over 1,300 people calling Inverness home, so at most you might see between five and 10 homes listed, which although might be limited, still should give you some great options to consider. 


If there’s one thing people love about calling Inverness, CA home, many would probably tell you it’s the recreational boating that Tomales Bay offers. Although a rather thin body of water, it’s long shoreline seemingly stretches on forever, and because Tomales Bay State Park essentially borders its entire west side, along with the town of Inverness, not many people actually live on the water, allowing for it to maintain a tranquil and almost rural atmosphere. And if you’re a home buyer who’s interested in Inverness because of its boating, you’ll find a few water-related amenities in town that include a small public marina, several piers (which are privately owned), and also the Inverness Yacht Club.


What continues to make living in Inverness special is that many of its old traditions and customs are still carried on even today. Swimming lessons are still offered in the summertime at Shell Beach, sailing races still take place all summer long, and the Inverness Fourth of July celebration is still among the best you’ll find in all of Marin County, which includes everything from foot races to fireworks and more. And when you’re only just a few short minutes from the 72,000 acres of the Point Reyes National Seashore wilderness, there’s always something to do if you’re someone who loves being outside and enjoying the awesome northern California scenery.

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