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Novato has become an increasingly desirable city to live in in Marin County. The last stop before crossing county lines, there are many different pockets of Novato including a historic downtown, thousands of acres of open space, still in-tact and working ranches, Stafford Lake Park, and several walkable neighborhoods. The sprawling downtown is perfect for antique-lovers and foodies as there are several treasured antique shops and an expanse of well-crafted and different cuisines. Wild Horse Valley brings an old world ranch mystique to the town in the rolling hills of Novato but if golf is more your scene, the Country Club neighborhood might be best for you. The annual Novato Festival of Art, Food, and Wine is not to be missed and they have a wonderful Holiday festival in December. Cultures from all around the world make-up Novato, and it is a great place to enjoy all that Northern Marin has to offer! With affordable condos, affordable homes, upscale homes and large estates, Novato has a home for everyone. San Francisco A world-class city that sometimes feels like a small town—San Francisco has it all! There are beaches, small (and big), hills, Redwoods, valleys and never-ending views. Known for its charming Victorians, San Francisco has everything to offer the potential homebuyer. If you’re seeking a charming, historic and irreplaceable building, you’ll find it here. If new construction is more your forte, you’ll find that too! It has skyscraping residential buildings that are downtown or south of Market St area (SOMA), and cute cottages dating back to before 1900. With microclimates, cultural hotspots and 49 square miles consisting of Spanish, Irish and Italian history this international city is a destination worldwide. A gay mecca for decades, San Francisco can almost be considered a state unto its own. San Francisco hosts world renowned chefs and restaurants, world class museums, never-ending views and outlooks, and a night on the town is never dull. If quiet is what you prefer, the serene sloping hills and mostly flat neighborhoods of the Richmond or Sunset offer you the feeling of suburbia with quaint neighborhood shops and mom and pop corner stores. Don’t assume you know which neighborhood is best for you, there are many to choose from. Nothing can beat the charm and style of San Francisco’s Victorians but the City has not missed the market in offering Edwardians, Craftsman, Mediterranean, bungalow homes, mansions, condos, high rise, and everything in between. No matter what your vibe, I can help you find a neighborhood and home perfect for you.

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