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Mill Valley’s Priciest Homes: 73 Sunrise Avenue

Every week, we feature one of the most expensive homes for sale in Mill Valley.

This newly constructed house sits on about one third of an acre in Mill Valley and is currently listed at $3,495,000.

The contemporary exterior, large entry and welcoming interiors are among the house’s strong points. The property has a legal second unit with private entrance.

It’s a close walk to shops and easy commute to San Francisco.

The house had five bedrooms and five bathrooms and is 3,651 square feet in size, valued at $957 per square foot. There is hardwood flooring, a fireplace and stucco exterior. The roofing is composite shingle.

There are three elementary school earning perfect “Great Schools” ratings within one mile of the house.

The property is represented by Sherry Ramzipremiere of Decker Bullock Sotheby's International. For more information, visit www.73sunrise.com or the house’s page at AOL Real Estate.

Dolly Lanna November 18, 2012 at 05:32 PM
How about featuring the least expensive single family HOUSE also.
Rico November 24, 2012 at 07:11 PM
There is a 3 bed 2 bath single family detached house for sale on Monte Vista at Renz Rd. for the asking price of $695,000. The only problem is no garage, and also the new McGlasan steps are 20 feet away from the front door. That is one reason that the price is so low, but nobody uses those new $400,000 steps anyway, I have never seen anyone use those steps. They are for emergency evacuation, and so far, no disasters. There is also a nice house on Hazel (that was foreclosed on 2 years ago) . The people who got foreclosed on probably took out a loan for more than $1 million to live there, but now after sitting vacant for 2 years it is being offered for around $800,000. We will see how many more years this house will sit on the market. It looks like Mill Valley will be the new place for affordable housing, a good thing, and the best part about it, is that these are existing SFD houses, not tacky overpriced new condos.
Bill McGee November 25, 2012 at 07:23 AM
Ricardo Charducci implies that Mill Valley Real Estate market is poor, however the truth is that home sales in Mill Valley are strong and continue to trend upward. Here are some figures: SINGLE FAMILY HOME SALES – Mill Valley July 2012: 23 Sold, Median Price $1,050,000 Aug 2012: 19 Sold, Median Price $1,205.000 Sep 2012: 10 Sold, Median Price $850,000 Oct 2012: 14 Sold, Median Price $1,472,500 Even condo/townhomes sales are on the uptick. For instance in Mill Valley there were 6 condo/townhomes sold in Oct for a Median price of $572,500. The above figures do not include unincorporated areas. In Oct there were 72 single family homes sold in unincorporated Marin with a Median price of $775,250. Source http://www.co.marin.ca.us/depts/AR/main/Sales.cfm Ricardo claims that Mill Valley is the new place for affordable housing and he infers that homes are sitting on the market unsold for lengthy periods. The affordable housing statement is unfortunately not true. According to one report, the average number of days on market in Mill Valley is currently at “82 days”. Earlier this year it was at a high of about “154 days”. This might be considered high, but it is clear there is a trend for homes selling faster and overall home sales are getting stronger in Mill Valley, and throughout Marin. Source for “average days on market” http://westbayre.com/millvalley/index.htm

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