Home to just under 15,000 residents, this charming hamlet is one of the most popular destinations in Marin county.

Mill Valley

Home to just under 15,000 residents, this charming hamlet is one of the most popular destinations in Marin county. With its easy access to the city, beaches, hiking and biking with the glorious Mt Tamalpais as it’s backdrop, many folks flock to Mill Valley for the outdoor lifestyle. With a holdover to its historic hippie days in the 60’s and 70’s there is a wealth of diversity in the community even though you are more likely to see Tesla’s and Audi’s than Volkswagen buses. What we love about Mill Valley are the people. Your group of friends will likely include people from all walks of life: from architects and artists to tech entrepreneurs and investment bankers, from gardeners to asset managers, from teachers and NGOs to advertising executives and internet gurus. There is an overreaching note of acceptance in Mill Valley and a live and let live vibe that is refreshing for such a well to do town.







Our Favorite Things About Mill Valley

  • Downtown with a thriving shopping district you don't need to go into the city to visit trendy restaurants and shops like Playa, The Goods, Beerworks, Buckeye Roadhouse, Watershed, Mint, Sundry, and The Store to name a few. The Depot is the anchor of downtown providing a communal gathering place for music, drink, lectures, brunch and browsing in the bookstore.
  • Public Schools- Mill Valley has the most public elementary schools in southern Marin and many of them feel like private schools with state of the art technology, newly remodeled campuses, amazing teachers and devoted PTAs.
  • Sweetwater Music Hall is a fantastic local venue for a broad spectrum of live music and entertainment with headline bands like Bob Weir. Chef Gordon Drysdale supplies a tasty menu for brunch and dinner. Best place to watch a big 49rs or Warriors game with friends.
  • Mill Valley Lumber Yard, throwback to a bygone era of Maker shops and unique speciality stores with several great restaurants WaterShed and Flour Craft. A great place to meet a client or friend or impress a visitor.
  • More than a surf store this collective of shops, Equator coffee and the new Hook and Fish restaurant is a great place to spend a few hours relaxing in the hip atmosphere and be energized by the youthful energy of the surf culture and bohemian lifestyle.
  • Boyle Park with the newly refurbished tennis courts it feels like a private club yet this public institution is open to all. There is a new playground for toddlers and dog park as well as adjoining baseball and soccer fields for all your athletic needs. Frank, the tennis pro, will be your new best friend while he improves your swing.
  • Mill Valley Library tucked amidst the Redwoods the library feels like a house of worship for books. With its cathedral-like great room there are thousands upon thousands of books, lecture series, and community events. The library is a real hub for Mill Valley residents. The cozy leather sofas on the lower floor look out onto Mill Creek are the best place to plunge into that new bestseller.
  • Mount Tam. for endless hiking and biking and natural exploration and beautiful panoramic views. The Mountain Home Inn is the spot for a bite to eat with one of the most incredible views around.
  • Mill Valley Film Festival is an internationally acclaimed cinema event in October presenting a wide variety of new films from around the world. The festival has an impressive track record of launching new films and new filmmakers, and has earned a reputation as a filmmakers’ festival by celebrating the best in American independent and foreign films in the friendly, relaxed backdrop of downtown Mill Valley.
  • Great Design Stores. No need to go to the SF Design District to find cool furniture and home accessories with the likes of Summer House, Terra Outdoor, Ruby Living Designs, Henry Built, The Workroom, Sundry Kitchen & Garden and Prevalent Projects.
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