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638 Apartments for rent in Strawberry, CA

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Check out 638 verified apartments for rent in Strawberry, CA with rents starting as low as $2150. Some apartments for rent in Strawberry might offer rent specials. Look out for the
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Harbor Point Waterfront Apartments
2 Harbor Point Dr
Strawberry, CA | Strawberry
Studio
$2,625
516 sqft
1 Bedroom
$3,300
806 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 28 at 12:40 PM
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1 Unit Available
16 S Knoll Rd 128
16 South Knoll Road
Strawberry, CA | Strawberry
1 Bedroom
$2,150
900 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 28 at 11:42 AM
Tamal Vista Apartments - Property Id: 96184 Beautiful, spacious apartment (approx 900 sq ft) with private patio. Quiet, well-appointed complex with covered parking and swimming pool.
Results within 1 mile of Strawberry
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10 Units Available
Summit at Sausalito
401 Sherwood Dr
Marin City, CA
1 Bedroom
$2,204
605 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,615
911 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 03:50 PM
Located just minutes from Golden Gate National Recreation Area, Sausalito Marina and the Financial District. Apartments feature air conditioning, patio or balcony, and stainless steel appliances. Community includes parking, sauna and gym.
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8 Units Available
Madera Valley Apartments
1495 Casa Buena Dr
Corte Madera, CA
1 Bedroom
$2,503
600 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,858
1020 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 28 at 03:43 PM
There is so much to enjoy when you choose to live at Madera. Developed into the stunning hillside of Corte Madera, Madera Valley Apartment Homes offers you lavish living in the high desirable Marin County.
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1 Unit Available
The Beach House Apartment
206 Caledonia Street
Sausalito, CA | New Town
Studio
$2,300
315 sqft
1 Bedroom
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Last updated September 28 at 11:33 AM
Great Community @The Beach House Apartments - Welcome Home to The Beach House. We are located on historic Caledonia street.
1 Unit Available
11 Circle Drive -C
11 Circle Drive
Tiburon, CA
2 Bedrooms
$2,500
900 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 12:45 PM
This clean and spacious two bedroom two bath second floor end unit apartment has beautiful Tiburon hill views.
1 Unit Available
31 Circle Drive -F
31 Circle Drive
Tiburon, CA
2 Bedrooms
$2,975
900 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 12:45 PM
This newly remodeled two bedroom two bath second floor apartment offers spectacular views of the Tiburon hills and waterways. New plank flooring in the kitchen, entry, hallway and both bathrooms. New carpet in the rest of the unit.
1 Unit Available
57 Loring Ave
57 Loring Avenue
Tamalpais-Homestead Valley, CA | Almonte
4 Bedrooms
$9,950
2877 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 11:42 AM
EPIC REA/AzariPM– 4BD / 3.5BA Furnished Luxurious House in Mill Valley - * For rent by Epic Real Estate & Asso., Inc. / Azari PM* * For Information or to Schedule Showings for this property: Marketing @ AzariPM.
1 Unit Available
97 Eucalyptus Knoll St
97 Eucalyptus Knoll Street
Mill Valley, CA | Bayfront - Enchanted Knolls - Shelter Ridge
2 Bedrooms
$4,650
1638 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 11:42 AM
97 Eucalyptus Knoll St Available 10/01/20 Beautiful & Spacious 2bed/2bath Condo with Great Views! **VIDEO WALKTHROUGH** - Preview a custom video walk through of this property: https://youtu.
1 Unit Available
39 Eucalyptus Knoll Street
39 Eucalyptus Knoll Street
Mill Valley, CA | Bayfront - Enchanted Knolls - Shelter Ridge
2 Bedrooms
$4,000
1440 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 11:42 AM
WONDERFUL RENOVATED CONDO WITH TWO BEDROOMS BOTH WITH ENSUITE BATHROOMS IN EUCALYPTUS KNOLL HOA - Large two level condo newly renovated with two bedrooms two and half bath and attached one-car garage and additional assigned uncovered parking stall.
1 Unit Available
94 Reed Ranch Road
94 Reed Ranch Road
Tiburon, CA
4 Bedrooms
$7,500
2968 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 11:42 AM
94 Reed Ranch Road Available 10/14/20 FOUR BEDROOM HOME WITH PANORAMIC OPEN SPACE VIEWS AND WONDERFUL OUTDOOR SPACE ON A HALF ACRE LOT - Recently updated almost 3,000 square foot home in Tiburon with a huge back yard complete with meandering paths
1 Unit Available
3 Tamalpais Commons Lane
3 Tamalpais Commons Lane
Mill Valley, CA | Miller-Molino
3 Bedrooms
$5,700
1600 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 11:42 AM
Modern Luxury Townhome in Heart of Mill Valley Available for Rent - Modern Townhouse in Sycamore/Downtown Mill Valley features 3 full Bedrooms, 2.
1 Unit Available
335 Pine Hill Rd
335 Pine Hill Road
Tamalpais-Homestead Valley, CA
3 Bedrooms
$5,750
2316 sqft
Last updated September 27 at 07:26 AM
Located in the Tam Valley Area of Mill Valley is this 3Br/2Ba single family home.
1 Unit Available
108 Lincoln Dr
108 Lincoln Drive
Sausalito, CA | Nevada Street Valley
2 Bedrooms
$3,800
1248 sqft
Last updated September 27 at 07:26 AM
This lovely townhouse is bright and airy with a recently updated kitchen including appliances, counters, lights and more! Enjoy great views of the bay and Tiburon from the rear deck or balcony, and enjoy the fresh air and sun on the front balcony.
1 Unit Available
518 Seaver Dr
518 Seaver Drive
Mill Valley, CA | Bayfront - Enchanted Knolls - Shelter Ridge
1 Bedroom
$2,700
696 sqft
Last updated September 27 at 07:26 AM
Tucked away in a beautiful private ridge is this 1 bedroom 1 bath condo with great views of Mill Valley and San Francisco. Inside the home there are plenty of windows which allow you to soak in the surrounding views.
1 Unit Available
34 Flemings Ct
34 Flemings Court
Marin City, CA
3 Bedrooms
$4,500
1553 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
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Results within 5 miles of Strawberry
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Pier at Sausalito
120 Bulkley Avenue
Sausalito, CA | The Hill
1 Bedroom
$3,325
700 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 28 at 03:43 PM
Welcome Home to The Pier.
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8 Units Available
The Lofts at Albert Park
155 Andersen Dr
San Rafael, CA | Downtown San Rafael
Studio
$2,025
300 sqft
1 Bedroom
$2,315
709 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,697
1541 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 03:43 PM
Bright complex next to Albert Park near the 101. Fire pit and swimming pool on site. Buildings have elevators. In-unit laundry, air conditioning and walk-in closets. Two-story floor plans available.
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6 Units Available
Preserve at Marin Apartment Homes
350 Robin Dr
Corte Madera, CA
2 Bedrooms
$4,537
1367 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$4,304
1853 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 01:49 PM
Huge apartments on top of Ring Mountain. Easy access to local trails. Dark hardwood floors and dramatic windows. Extra storage. Community has saltwater pool and wine bar. Elevator in building.
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8 Units Available
Rafael Town Center
1050 Court St
San Rafael, CA | Downtown San Rafael
Studio
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1 Bedroom
$2,105
531 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$3,155
906 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 12:40 PM
Located within walking distance of 30 restaurants, 20 retail stores and 10 entertainment centers. Residents enjoy units with dishwashers, hardwood floors, and patio or balcony. Community includes BBQ grill, elevator, fire pit, and pool.
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25 Units Available
Serenity at Larkspur
700 Lincoln Village Cir
Larkspur, CA | East Larkspur
1 Bedroom
$2,945
740 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$3,215
980 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 12:40 PM
Walk to Larkspur Ferry. Fantastic views of the Bay. On-site yoga, a pool, community garden and a tennis court. Recently renovated with granite countertops, hardwood floors and stainless steel appliances. Car charging on site.
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13 Units Available
Tam Ridge
199 Tamal Vista Blvd
Corte Madera, CA
1 Bedroom
$2,808
763 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$3,693
1072 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$4,668
1280 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 12:40 PM
One- and two-bedroom apartments, three-bedroom townhomes with modern kitchens, stone counters, plank flooring, generous patio/balcony with views of Mt. Tamalpais, Marin Hills. Enjoy heated pool, spa, bocce ball court, fitness center. Walk to Town Center.
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24 Units Available
Larkspur Courts
100 Old Quarry Rd N
Larkspur, CA | East Larkspur
1 Bedroom
$2,784
802 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$3,393
1086 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$3,799
1278 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 12:40 PM
Just off Highway 101 with views of Mount Tam and the Bay. On-site amenities include a sparkling pool, hot tub and playground. Updates in the apartments include granite countertops, a fireplace and stainless steel appliances.
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3 Units Available
Pineridge
396 Pine Hill Road
Mill Valley, CA
1 Bedroom
$2,399
600 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 12:19 PM
Enjoy the magical lifestyle that only Marin County offers. Living at Pineridge, you are surrounded by unique entertainment, shopping and restaurants. You home here is close to the beach and the Bay plus great hiking and running trails.
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City Guide

Strawberry
The site of the current Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary on Strawberry Point was once considered as a potential location for the United Nations. New York eventually won out, but in many ways, so did Strawberry since it remains a tranquil retreat in the bustling San Francisco Bay Area.
The site of the current Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary on Strawberry Point was once considered as a potential location for the United Nations. New York eventually won out, but in many ways, so did Strawberry since it remains a tranquil retreat in the bustling San Francisco Bay Area.

Nestled between Mill Valley, Corte Madera, and Tiburon, Strawberry is a community in Marin County, California, just a few miles north of San Francisco. This desirable area enjoys great weather, a great quality of life, and great access to Bay Area amenities from bustling San Francisco to wine country in the north. This unincorporated area has long been the subject of a tug-o-war between Mill Valley and Tiburon, but has stayed independent, so far. The balmy breeze off Richardson Bay, tidelands ecology, and views of Mt. Tamalpais are the hallmarks of this attractive place to find your next rental property.

Moving to Strawberry

This neighborhood favors detached homes over multiple unit developments, although some sought-after complexes exist. This tiny neighborhood, perfectly situated, means plenty of competition for available housing. There's no bad time of year to move here -- the weather is next to perfect at all times. Sure, it's a little cooler in winter, but even the coldest day here is a June day in Minnesota. Tourists frequent this area slightly less than neighboring Sausalito and you won't face much competition there either.

Given the exclusivity of this community, you'll want to come well prepared to lock down your dream rental property. Bring your rental references, credit history, proof of income, and enough cash to cover your security deposit (usually about one month's rent) and first and last month's rent, too. So that's three months' rent, for those who dislike math.

Moving to Strawberry
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This neighborhood favors detached homes over multiple unit developments, although some sought-after complexes exist. This tiny neighborhood, perfectly situated, means plenty of competition for available housing. There's no bad time of year to move here -- the weather is next to perfect at all times. Sure, it's a little cooler in winter, but even the coldest day here is a June day in Minnesota. Tourists frequent this area slightly less than neighboring Sausalito and you won't face much competition there either.

Given the exclusivity of this community, you'll want to come well prepared to lock down your dream rental property. Bring your rental references, credit history, proof of income, and enough cash to cover your security deposit (usually about one month's rent) and first and last month's rent, too. So that's three months' rent, for those who dislike math.

Neighborhoods in Strawberry

Strawberry itself is, technically, a Mill Valley neighborhood (that's how the mail is addressed). It's barely more than a square mile. There's plenty of diverse housing here, however, from large-for-the-area estates to classic California ranchers and tiny, historic cottages. You'll have more luck with home rentals than you will finding a one-bedroom apartment, let alone an all-bills-paid type set up. The posh De Silva townhomes may offer a townhouse for rent here. The closer you are to Highway 101, the closer you'll be to shops and amenities. Further down the peninsula, you'll enjoy less traffic noise and peerless views of Richardson Bay.

Neighborhoods in Strawberry
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Strawberry itself is, technically, a Mill Valley neighborhood (that's how the mail is addressed). It's barely more than a square mile. There's plenty of diverse housing here, however, from large-for-the-area estates to classic California ranchers and tiny, historic cottages. You'll have more luck with home rentals than you will finding a one-bedroom apartment, let alone an all-bills-paid type set up. The posh De Silva townhomes may offer a townhouse for rent here. The closer you are to Highway 101, the closer you'll be to shops and amenities. Further down the peninsula, you'll enjoy less traffic noise and peerless views of Richardson Bay.

Life in Strawberry

As with many Bay Area communities, a lot of life in Strawberry is lived outdoors. Distance runners will be hard pressed to find a better training location. Trails hug Richardson Bay and run all down the interior coastline through Sausalito, over the Golden Gate Bridge, and into San Francisco's Golden Gate National Recreation Area. Thanks to the stunning vistas, you won't even feel the miles.

Most of the dining options here are found along highway 101 which forms the western boundary of Strawberry. Most restaurants are technically in Mill Valley and range from delicious local Indian cuisine at India Palace, modern Italian cuisine with a California flourish at Piatti, or exotic dishes from Thep Lela Thai.

Strawberry Village is the popular local shopping promenade that hugs the 101 and is home to basic services like grocery stores and Starbucks. It also features local clothiers, boutique salons, and tasty treats like La Boulange Bakery. Pizza Antica offers real, Roman-style pizzas and seasonally inspired salads. And, of course, though it caused a stir when it moved in, Strawberry Village is home to Marin's only In-N-Out, the quintessential California hamburger joint that retains cult-like status for people all over the state.

Though this isn't a real city in the strictest sense of the word, residents here benefit from the Strawberry Recreation District which maintains a popular Recreation Center providing tennis, swimming and a bevy of recreational programming for residents. For those who dig private clubs, check out The Club at Harbor Point for country club amenities on the coast.

Someday, Strawberry may be formally snapped-up (technical term: annexed) by Marin's big-wig city Mill Valley, though locals feel like Tiburonians. For now, though, Strawberry remains independent and quaint, offering the best of all worlds: access to the big city and a haven from all that big stuff you'll like visiting. With a Walk Score of 71 (and some hills to tone your gams while you walk) and great access to regional transit (take the bus or ferry to work in San Francisco), you'll enjoy getting the close-up-and-personal view of your new town. Cars are still handy though. Big box amenities are easier with your own wheels.

Life in Strawberry
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As with many Bay Area communities, a lot of life in Strawberry is lived outdoors. Distance runners will be hard pressed to find a better training location. Trails hug Richardson Bay and run all down the interior coastline through Sausalito, over the Golden Gate Bridge, and into San Francisco's Golden Gate National Recreation Area. Thanks to the stunning vistas, you won't even feel the miles.

Most of the dining options here are found along highway 101 which forms the western boundary of Strawberry. Most restaurants are technically in Mill Valley and range from delicious local Indian cuisine at India Palace, modern Italian cuisine with a California flourish at Piatti, or exotic dishes from Thep Lela Thai.

Strawberry Village is the popular local shopping promenade that hugs the 101 and is home to basic services like grocery stores and Starbucks. It also features local clothiers, boutique salons, and tasty treats like La Boulange Bakery. Pizza Antica offers real, Roman-style pizzas and seasonally inspired salads. And, of course, though it caused a stir when it moved in, Strawberry Village is home to Marin's only In-N-Out, the quintessential California hamburger joint that retains cult-like status for people all over the state.

Though this isn't a real city in the strictest sense of the word, residents here benefit from the Strawberry Recreation District which maintains a popular Recreation Center providing tennis, swimming and a bevy of recreational programming for residents. For those who dig private clubs, check out The Club at Harbor Point for country club amenities on the coast.

Someday, Strawberry may be formally snapped-up (technical term: annexed) by Marin's big-wig city Mill Valley, though locals feel like Tiburonians. For now, though, Strawberry remains independent and quaint, offering the best of all worlds: access to the big city and a haven from all that big stuff you'll like visiting. With a Walk Score of 71 (and some hills to tone your gams while you walk) and great access to regional transit (take the bus or ferry to work in San Francisco), you'll enjoy getting the close-up-and-personal view of your new town. Cars are still handy though. Big box amenities are easier with your own wheels.

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City Guide

Strawberry
The site of the current Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary on Strawberry Point was once considered as a potential location for the United Nations. New York eventually won out, but in many ways, so did Strawberry since it remains a tranquil retreat in the bustling San Francisco Bay Area.
The site of the current Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary on Strawberry Point was once considered as a potential location for the United Nations. New York eventually won out, but in many ways, so did Strawberry since it remains a tranquil retreat in the bustling San Francisco Bay Area.

Nestled between Mill Valley, Corte Madera, and Tiburon, Strawberry is a community in Marin County, California, just a few miles north of San Francisco. This desirable area enjoys great weather, a great quality of life, and great access to Bay Area amenities from bustling San Francisco to wine country in the north. This unincorporated area has long been the subject of a tug-o-war between Mill Valley and Tiburon, but has stayed independent, so far. The balmy breeze off Richardson Bay, tidelands ecology, and views of Mt. Tamalpais are the hallmarks of this attractive place to find your next rental property.

Moving to Strawberry

This neighborhood favors detached homes over multiple unit developments, although some sought-after complexes exist. This tiny neighborhood, perfectly situated, means plenty of competition for available housing. There's no bad time of year to move here -- the weather is next to perfect at all times. Sure, it's a little cooler in winter, but even the coldest day here is a June day in Minnesota. Tourists frequent this area slightly less than neighboring Sausalito and you won't face much competition there either.

Given the exclusivity of this community, you'll want to come well prepared to lock down your dream rental property. Bring your rental references, credit history, proof of income, and enough cash to cover your security deposit (usually about one month's rent) and first and last month's rent, too. So that's three months' rent, for those who dislike math.

Moving to Strawberry
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This neighborhood favors detached homes over multiple unit developments, although some sought-after complexes exist. This tiny neighborhood, perfectly situated, means plenty of competition for available housing. There's no bad time of year to move here -- the weather is next to perfect at all times. Sure, it's a little cooler in winter, but even the coldest day here is a June day in Minnesota. Tourists frequent this area slightly less than neighboring Sausalito and you won't face much competition there either.

Given the exclusivity of this community, you'll want to come well prepared to lock down your dream rental property. Bring your rental references, credit history, proof of income, and enough cash to cover your security deposit (usually about one month's rent) and first and last month's rent, too. So that's three months' rent, for those who dislike math.

Neighborhoods in Strawberry

Strawberry itself is, technically, a Mill Valley neighborhood (that's how the mail is addressed). It's barely more than a square mile. There's plenty of diverse housing here, however, from large-for-the-area estates to classic California ranchers and tiny, historic cottages. You'll have more luck with home rentals than you will finding a one-bedroom apartment, let alone an all-bills-paid type set up. The posh De Silva townhomes may offer a townhouse for rent here. The closer you are to Highway 101, the closer you'll be to shops and amenities. Further down the peninsula, you'll enjoy less traffic noise and peerless views of Richardson Bay.

Neighborhoods in Strawberry
+

Strawberry itself is, technically, a Mill Valley neighborhood (that's how the mail is addressed). It's barely more than a square mile. There's plenty of diverse housing here, however, from large-for-the-area estates to classic California ranchers and tiny, historic cottages. You'll have more luck with home rentals than you will finding a one-bedroom apartment, let alone an all-bills-paid type set up. The posh De Silva townhomes may offer a townhouse for rent here. The closer you are to Highway 101, the closer you'll be to shops and amenities. Further down the peninsula, you'll enjoy less traffic noise and peerless views of Richardson Bay.

Life in Strawberry

As with many Bay Area communities, a lot of life in Strawberry is lived outdoors. Distance runners will be hard pressed to find a better training location. Trails hug Richardson Bay and run all down the interior coastline through Sausalito, over the Golden Gate Bridge, and into San Francisco's Golden Gate National Recreation Area. Thanks to the stunning vistas, you won't even feel the miles.

Most of the dining options here are found along highway 101 which forms the western boundary of Strawberry. Most restaurants are technically in Mill Valley and range from delicious local Indian cuisine at India Palace, modern Italian cuisine with a California flourish at Piatti, or exotic dishes from Thep Lela Thai.

Strawberry Village is the popular local shopping promenade that hugs the 101 and is home to basic services like grocery stores and Starbucks. It also features local clothiers, boutique salons, and tasty treats like La Boulange Bakery. Pizza Antica offers real, Roman-style pizzas and seasonally inspired salads. And, of course, though it caused a stir when it moved in, Strawberry Village is home to Marin's only In-N-Out, the quintessential California hamburger joint that retains cult-like status for people all over the state.

Though this isn't a real city in the strictest sense of the word, residents here benefit from the Strawberry Recreation District which maintains a popular Recreation Center providing tennis, swimming and a bevy of recreational programming for residents. For those who dig private clubs, check out The Club at Harbor Point for country club amenities on the coast.

Someday, Strawberry may be formally snapped-up (technical term: annexed) by Marin's big-wig city Mill Valley, though locals feel like Tiburonians. For now, though, Strawberry remains independent and quaint, offering the best of all worlds: access to the big city and a haven from all that big stuff you'll like visiting. With a Walk Score of 71 (and some hills to tone your gams while you walk) and great access to regional transit (take the bus or ferry to work in San Francisco), you'll enjoy getting the close-up-and-personal view of your new town. Cars are still handy though. Big box amenities are easier with your own wheels.

Life in Strawberry
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As with many Bay Area communities, a lot of life in Strawberry is lived outdoors. Distance runners will be hard pressed to find a better training location. Trails hug Richardson Bay and run all down the interior coastline through Sausalito, over the Golden Gate Bridge, and into San Francisco's Golden Gate National Recreation Area. Thanks to the stunning vistas, you won't even feel the miles.

Most of the dining options here are found along highway 101 which forms the western boundary of Strawberry. Most restaurants are technically in Mill Valley and range from delicious local Indian cuisine at India Palace, modern Italian cuisine with a California flourish at Piatti, or exotic dishes from Thep Lela Thai.

Strawberry Village is the popular local shopping promenade that hugs the 101 and is home to basic services like grocery stores and Starbucks. It also features local clothiers, boutique salons, and tasty treats like La Boulange Bakery. Pizza Antica offers real, Roman-style pizzas and seasonally inspired salads. And, of course, though it caused a stir when it moved in, Strawberry Village is home to Marin's only In-N-Out, the quintessential California hamburger joint that retains cult-like status for people all over the state.

Though this isn't a real city in the strictest sense of the word, residents here benefit from the Strawberry Recreation District which maintains a popular Recreation Center providing tennis, swimming and a bevy of recreational programming for residents. For those who dig private clubs, check out The Club at Harbor Point for country club amenities on the coast.

Someday, Strawberry may be formally snapped-up (technical term: annexed) by Marin's big-wig city Mill Valley, though locals feel like Tiburonians. For now, though, Strawberry remains independent and quaint, offering the best of all worlds: access to the big city and a haven from all that big stuff you'll like visiting. With a Walk Score of 71 (and some hills to tone your gams while you walk) and great access to regional transit (take the bus or ferry to work in San Francisco), you'll enjoy getting the close-up-and-personal view of your new town. Cars are still handy though. Big box amenities are easier with your own wheels.