Explore Greenbrae, Kentfield and Ross

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Greenbrae, Kentfield and Ross — what do such unique towns have in common? Besides great weather (not too hot and not too cold), excellent schools and a plethora of homes with pools, these towns share Sir Francis Drake Boulevard. The artery-like boulevard runs through each of these idyllic communities, connecting residents on a daily basis. Greenbrae has the shops, groceries and food spots, as well as the medical care at Marin General Hospital. Kentfield and Ross are mostly residential communities, with some of the best examples of Marin “wow factor” homes.

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San Rafael Nonprofit The Canal Arts Creates a New Mural for Bon Air Greenbrae

The artwork depicts the shopping center’s history dating back to 1952.

Marin Art & Garden Center Is Now Listed on the National Register of Historic Places

The center was founded in 1945 by a group of passionate advocates for the conservation of open spaces in Marin.


A New Angle: A Ross Home Gets a New Lease on Life With a Dramatic Entrance Renovation

Reorienting a home on a tight corner lot created a much-needed sense of arrival, enhancing indoor-outdoor living for a family of five.

Stunning Views and a Zen Atmosphere: A Kentfield Home Remodel Creates a Haven for a Family of Five

A dated home is rebuilt to become a relaxing retreat for a family recently returned from living in Asia.

Patterns and Statement Lighting Bring the Energy into This Sunny Family Home in Kentfield

Located steps from Mount Tamalpais in the scenic Kent Woodlands area, a 1960s-era house gets an airy remodel.


A Sustainable Center of the Community for 70 Years: The History of Greenbrae’s Bon Air Shopping Center

In the late 1940s, Bon Air was dreamed up with the idea of creating a sustainable community, respectful of the surrounding natural beauty.

The Sugar Line Pipe of Ross Valley

A six-mile water pipeline, laid in the 1920s, helped to shape Marin County.