Mill ValleyNestled at the base of Mount Tamalpais, Mill Valley was incorporated in 1900 and began as a summer retreat town for San Francisco’s finest. It was also a sawmill community (hence the name). The original sawmill location welcomes you into this quaint town and you are taken back in time. Mill Valley has a rich history highlighted as a major music and counterculture hub in the late 1960s and 1970s. It was common to run into musicians like Janis Joplin, Bonnie Raitt, and members of the Grateful Dead just to name a few. Today, Mill Valley is a fresh, modern little town with fantastic eateries, original downtown architecture, and immediate access to iconic Redwood trees and one-of-a-kind hiking and biking trails. Temperatures here rarely exceed 75 degrees, making Mill Valley a comfortable place to call home. Mill Valley has an array of home types including “treehouses,” (homes in the Redwoods), A-frames, 1920’s-1940’s bungalows, ranch-style homes and some of the best custom homes around. There are several condominium complexes in Mill Valley too both on and off the water as well as many different weather patterns. Whether you want to live in the hills, have a view, live in the “flats,” and have a level yard or be able to walk to downtown, you can find it here. Tamalpais High School, the numerous trails through marshlands and Mt. Tamalpais, make Mill Valley a place like no other.
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