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Located in idyllic Marin Terrace, 912 Ventura Way, a three-bedroom, two and one-half bath classic perched a heartbeat away from the Shoreline Highway and a short jaunt to downtown Mill Valley and the hip Tam Junction brimming with restaurants, surf shops, and the popular Good Earth Natural Foods market. Add in quick coastal and San Francisco access along with proximity to biking and hiking trails and you have local living at its best.
The open floorplan living, and dining rooms open to a large entertaining deck and feature vaulted ceilings as well as a gas fireplace, while the kitchen and informal dining are set off by oak hardwood floors. In the kitchen, you’ll find a KitchenAid stainless steel appliance suite including a gas range, dishwasher, microwave hood, and French door refrigerator. A private family room/study/media room is a bonus. All living spaces boast views of ridgelines and valleys and fantastic indoor-outdoor flow – it’s like living in a postcard.
A primary bedroom suite offers vaulted ceilings, a gas fireplace, and inspiring views as well as a bathroom with jetted tub, separate shower, double sink vanity, double closets, and access to the outdoor patio – a perfect place for taking in the sunrise or relaxing at day’s end. On a separate wing, you’ll find two other bedrooms and one full bath, and a spacious rear yard with a patio and garden area provide endless possibilities – use your imagination!
The home’s convenience factor is boosted by a laundry room, storage closets, and built-in ironing board as well as a two-car garage with an automatic door, extra storage, and indoor access. Add in the lovely setting of the Marin Terrace subdivision plus the up-tempo lifestyle and highly rated schools of Mill Valley, and you’ll know you’ve found the perfect home.
Family-friendly Mill Valley is all about schools and sports. Nestled at the foot of Mount Tamalpais, homes in the Marin County city range from 500-square-foot hunter's cabins to multimillion-dollar mansions tucked away on winding, narrow lanes under the redwoods.
Coffee is king in Mill Valley. Downtown, three separate coffee shops do a brisk business. At the Depot, as the sunny town center is called, moms with strollers, kids on tricycles, and teenagers kicking hacky sacks relax in the open-air plaza, which now houses an independent bookstore and cafe. The Depot is also a jumping-off spot for hikers and mountain bikers heading up the slopes of Mount Tamalpais. Nightlife in Mill Valley is anchored by Sweetwater Music Hall, which hosts many well-known musical acts.
As the groomed playing fields at the community center attest, sports are big in Mill Valley, with soccer, baseball, and lacrosse leagues all popular.