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It's all about Location, location, location! Not in the hills, a very level, easy stroll to downtown, past the tennis courts and Boyle Park with playground and BBQ area. No need to get in a car or worry about steps or hills! If you want to hike, just a few minutes as you wind through the neighborhood, to a one of the many trails that take you to the ridge behind. Jump on your bike(or rent one) and take off out Blithedale Canyon up the Railroad Grade to the top of Mt. Tam. Not into hiking or biking? Meander into town, enjoy the small town feeling as you sit outside at the Depot or any number of outdoor cafes!
As a 4th Generation Mill Valleyan, I have a unique insight into what makes this home! My great-grandparents moved to Mill Valley in 1911 and built their home. I grew up here and went through all the public schools. I currently live here after having lived in Texas for a few years and 13 years in Hawaii. I have been in real estate for 25 years and am active community participant. One of my brothers lives here as well as nieces and nephews. My son, who was born in Hawaii and lived here, too, now lives in the East Bay.
Stephanie Witt purchased this studio in 1993
This is my home town and I grew up about 4 blocks from here. I bought this home when I was first beginning real estate. I felt it had 'potential' and I developed it. Love being so close to town, parks, tennis and hiking.
I actually renovated it recently for myself to live in someday! It is a studio, but it is top notch, high quality and everyone who has stayed in it, loves the coziness of it. No views, but great light. It's an easy, flat, level jaunt to town, about 10-12 minutes. On the bus line to SF or anywhere in the area. Near parks, tennis. Has off street parking. Walk in closet.
We stayed at this sweet spot on our visit to the Bay Area and it served our needs perfectly. Our criteria for accommodations were that it be a close walk to downtown Mill Valley and the running/bike path and hiking trails, with easy and safe parking for a car and a motorcycle. The place itself was well appointed, spotless, and bright -- it felt very peaceful and relaxing to be there. The fully stocked kitchen was great, as was the shower and separate dressing area - not to mention a very comfortable bed! Our thanks to the owner who was so welcoming and readily available whenever we needed anything -- you helped make our stay a wonderful experience!
If you crave being outdoors and close to a small town center, then this is it! Weather here is an average of 70 degrees year round. Nestled at the foot of Mt. Tam, there are redwood trees, steps, lanes and paths to take you even to the Beach at Stinson via the world famous DIPSEA TRAIL. The Dipsea foot race happens each year with over a 1,000 runners. Home to the world famous Mill Valley Film Festival. The miles of hiking and mountain biking trails are endless and you don't have to get into a car to begin your trek. With an excellent theater company, and comedy venue, 142 Throckmorton Theater and now The Sweetwater venue for music, there is plenty of entertainment. You can ride a bike across the Golden Gate bridge, or just hike it. The Bridge is only 7 minutes from downtown Mill Valley. The seafront towns of Sausalito and Tiburon are spectacular and you can drive or bike to both areas on bike paths.
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My Standard Rate
5 night minimum stay
Checks and cashiers checks only. No credit cards.
Deposit of $500.00 at time of booking and final payment due 60 days prior to arrival.
* Approximate monthly rate. Actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay.
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (USD) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.