San Rafael Homes & Real Estate

Search San Rafael homes for sale & real estate in San Rafael, CA. Welcome to San Rafael—a city that many say is the most established in all of Marin County. A culturally diverse town that has a lot to offer its residents, perhaps the best part of living in San Rafael is its one-of-a-kind downtown that is seemingly one of the most charming places on Earth. Filled with historic Victorian buildings, a fabulous mixture of ethic restaurants and eateries, plenty of local shops and boutiques, and even a wide range of art galleries and art studios, downtown San Rafael has more than enough things to see and do for both local residents and visitors alike to enjoy each and every day. For information about San Rafael 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 Rafael, California

Homes for Sale in San Rafael California July 31, 2021
60
Listed
85
Avg. DOM
$607.12
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$775,000
Med. List Price
60 Properties
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Selling or buying a home in San Rafael soon? Call The Marin Modern Real Estate team (415) 233-6821. Our community of Marin County REALTORS® will help you navigate the San Rafael housing market.

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SAN RAFAEL REAL ESTATE AT A GLANCE 

The San Rafael real estate market is about what you would expect from a Marin County town with nearly 60,000 residents. Single-family homes, townhouses, condos, and apartments all help shape the housing inventory in town, but like nearly all of its Marin County neighbors, single-family homes are easily what’s most common throughout the area. Recent statistics show the median home value in San Rafael is somewhere close to $874,500, which is pretty typical for this part of northern California. Generally speaking, homes for sale on the south side of San Rafael that are closer to the waterfront are where you’ll find many of the city’s most expensive properties, while homes further inland on the north side of town is a great place to begin a home search if you’re looking for something under $1 million.

LIVING IN SAN RAFAEL, CA 

San Rafael is also county seat of Marin County, and with a population of about 58,000 people, the atmosphere all over town is usually quite vibrant and energetic. But because San Rafael covers a broad 22.4 square miles, parts of it are also quite rural, giving home buyers plenty of different options when it comes time to find the perfect new place to call home. For some, San Rafael’s location directly where Highway 101 and Interstate 580 intersect couldn’t be more convenient, giving residents easy access to both San Francisco, as well as Richmond, Berkeley, Oakland, and any other city on the other side of the bay.

Like so many other parts of Marin County, living in San Rafael is all about being outside. Parks and open green spaces account for roughly 30% of the city’s area, and as a bay front community, there’s also no shortage of marinas and various other water-related amenities for locals to use as well.

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Current Homes for Sale
Southern Marin
City # Price Range
Belvedere 9 $3.8m - $22.5m
Mill Valley 40 $585k - $12.5m
Sausalito 12 $475k - $4.8m
Tiburon 23 $940k - $13.8m
Central & North Marin
City # Price Range
Corte Madera 8 $789k - $3.7m
Fairfax 8 $795k - $3.5m
Greenbrae 9 $628k - $3.8m
Kentfield 6 $1.6m - $18.0m
Larkspur 9 $497k - $5.3m
Novato 46 $247k - $4.3m
Ross 4 $2.8m - $7.3m
San Anselmo 12 $799k - $3.8m
San Rafael 60 $105k - $6.2m
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