Marin’s diverse geography includes everything from urban area to seashore, freeways to mountains. Many of the towns, cities and unincorporated areas are so different from one another, they even have their own weather patterns. This month we look at Strawberry.
WHERE THEY LIVE
SQUARE MILEAGE 1.3 square miles
WALKABILITY SCORE 63 out of 100 (somewhat walkable, some errands can be accomplished on foot)
HIGHEST-PRICE HOME SALE WITHIN THE LAST SIX MONTHS $4,500,000
LOWEST-PRICE HOME SALE WITHIN THE LAST SIX MONTHS $850,000
SCHOOL DISTRICT Mill Valley School District: Strawberry Point Elementary School (Edna Maguire Elementary School is close by), Mill Valley Middle School, Tamalpais High School
NEAREST SHOPPING CENTER Strawberry Village Shopping Center. Marinites call it Marin’s “buy local” shopping haven. Retailers include fashion, health and beauty, home decor and specialty stores, anchored by Safeway, as well as eateries, spas and alfresco restaurants.
Home prices provided by Tina Stauffer at Alain Pinel Realtors in Mill Valley.
"Food and restaurants. You can’t go wrong when you go to get a coffee or a sandwich at The Plant." Heather Tasselmyer, Pure Barre instructor
"The people make Strawberry a great place to live. Everybody knows everybody." Andrew Quill, lifeguard at Strawberry Pool
"Love the climate. The fog seems to burn off first here in Strawberry." Julie Knight, resident