Situated adjacent to the Marina with sandy beaches, bike paths, and spectacular Golden Gate Bridge views, the Marina/Cow Hollow area is where daytime outdoor recreation meets vibrant nightlife. For the outdoor lover, there are seemingly endless spaces to soak up the temperate San Francisco climate. The Marina Green, Crissy Field
, and Fort Mason
are some of the most popular outdoor spots, which are seemingly endless.
As day turns to night, there is a palpable energy that can be felt as people scurry between restaurants and watering holes along the popular Chestnut and Union Streets. Some local favorites are The Blackhorse London Pub
, The Dorian
, and The Interval
The Marina is home to some of the most beautiful architecture, expensive homes, and quaint apartment buildings in the US. It offers sweeping waterfront real estate with small businesses peppered throughout the community. In 2017, the average single-family home sold for $4,201,381 ($1425/square foot) and condo for $1,638,205 ($1175). With approximately 78 sales total including 2-4 unit buildings, inventory is tight. Off-market sales are commonplace throughout the city, but especially in the Marina. To have a competitive advantage it is crucial to align yourself with the right team. Beverly Barnett has a special off-market guide for all dedicated clients.The Palace of Fine Arts
is a great venue to enjoy day or night. By day amble through the gardens and get up-close views of multi-million dollar properties that dot the grounds. In the evenings, The Palace showcases bands, live performances, and theatre.
Looking for a scenic road trip? Cross the Golden Gate Bridge
(toll is around 7 dollars) into picturesque Sausalito into Marin County