Homes for Sale in San Rafael

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San Rafael Listings

San Rafael Real Estate Stats February 28, 2024
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San Rafael Information

Some of the earliest homes in San Rafael, that periodically come up for sale, were built in 1908.

The architectural styles of houses for sale in San Rafael include Bungalow, Cape Cod, Colonial, Contemporary, Cottage, Craftsman, Custom Built, English, French, Mediterranean, Mid Century Modern, Modern, Ranch, Spanish, Traditional, and Tudor.

When describing San Rafael homes for sale, Realtors often note the back bay, bridge, canyon, city light, courtyard, creek/stream, hillside, lake, meadow, mountain, panoramic, park/greenbelt, peek-a-boo, pond, river, and valley views. Houses here sit on corner, cul-de-sac, downward sloping, gentle sloping, greenbelt, landscaped, level, and treed lots.

Visually, the neighborhood's overall look is defined by homes with stucco, brick, plaster, stone, wood, redwood, and glass siding. Roof materials commonly used are Spanish tile, clay, composition, foam, metal, rolled/hot mopped, shake, shingle, slate, stone, tar/gravel, tile, and wood.

Interior Features

Based on MLS data, home sizes in San Rafael range from 836 to 10817 square feet, with an overall average of 2781 square feet. A typical residence here is a 3 bedroom / 3 bathroom home.

Some of the interior features found in dwellings here include built-ins, recessed lights, high ceilings, balconies, pantries, crown moldings, open floorplans, cathedral ceilings, beamed ceilings, wet bars, copper plumbing, wainscoting, granite counters, wiring for sound, coffered ceilings, living room balconies, ceiling fans, track lights, tile counters, living room decks, chair railings, bars, sunken living rooms, pull down stairs to attic, wiring for data, intercoms, home automation systems, phone systems, trash chutes, stone counters, block walls, attic fans, Corian counters, electronic air cleaners, wood product walls, dumbwaiters, dry bars, laminate counters, and ceramic counters.

Kitchen features could include kitchen islands, granite counters, stone counters, tile counters, quartz counters, kitchenettes, Corian counters, self-closing drawers, self-closing cabinet doors, formica counters, laminate counters, and walk-in pantries.

Heating & Cooling

The heating systems for homes in the neighborhood could include central air, dual cooling systems, fireplaces, floor furnaces, forced air systems, gravity systems, heat pumps, high-efficiency systems, and wall furnaces. Cooling systems could consist of central air, dual cooling systems, high-efficiency systems, wall/window units, and whole house fans.

San Rafael Realtors®

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