Wonderful, extensively remodeled/ upgraded home, essentially like-new construction!Beautiful finishes, set up perfectly for natural light & easy living with an open kitchen overlooking the yard, a spacious family room opening to the back patio & large, level lawn. All in an A++, walk-to-everything location in Lower Chapman Park! Full sun, close to award-winning schools, playground, park, shops & cafes, GG transit to SF, Larkspur ferry, trails.
Neil Cummins or Cove
Hall Middle School
Redwood High School
CM/Larkspur School Dist/Tamalpais Union
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- Dining Room
- Living Room
- Master Suite(s)
- Street Entrance
- Family Room
- Part Carpet
- Part Hardwood
Lockbox See Conf Rmk
- Enclosed Patio(s)
- Landscaped- Front
- Landscaped- Misc.
- Landscaped- Rear
- Concrete Perimeter
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Contemporary, Custom, Traditional
Lot Square Footage:
View from atop Corde Madera Ridge [photo by: tracyshaun, Flickr]
Corte Madera marshes [photo by: tracyshaun, Flickr]
Paradise Drive, Corte Madera [David Karpman, flickr]
More About Corte Madera
Prior to the mid-1800s, Corte Madera’s main inhabitants were the California Redwoods that populated the area’s vast forests. But with the success of the logging industry came huge transformation for Corte Madera (in Spanish, the name means “chop wood”). Today, the town is home to nearly 9,500 residents.
Tucked away in the Marin countryside, Corte Madera stretches from the San Francisco Bay to the foot of Mt. Tamalpais. Known for its spectacular Bay and mountaintop views, some refer to these 4.4 square miles as “the hidden jewel of Marin.”
In a Few Words
No matter what your speed, Corte Madera has something to offer:
- Ring Mountain and the Corte Madera-Larkspur Path provide hiking, biking and jogging opportunities to get outdoors and work up a sweat.
- If shopping’s your thing, with its 90-plus specialty shops and popular retailers like Nordstrom, Macy’s and Anthropologie, the Village at Corte Madera is sure to become your home away from home.
- Down the street is the Town Center, the city’s second largest retail and restaurant hub and a prime venue for community events. Every Sunday afternoon from June to October, the Corte Madera Summer Music Series brings the central courtyard alive. A year-round Farmer’s Market and Annual Fourth of July Parade are held here as well.
Stroll down First Street to Corte Madera Avenue and Montecito Drive and you’ll find the town’s first building (once a hotel and tavern) still intact.
Why Corte Madera?
A favorite for those looking to put down roots and raise a family, Corte Madera offers a variety of youth-centered activities and an impressive selection of distinguished public schools, many of which have earned the distinction of National Blue Ribbon School and rankings amongst California’s top 10.