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Tiburon Peninsula had 7 of Marin's 10 most expensive homes sold last year

The six-bed, seven-bath waterfront home at 210 Beach Road, on the north side of Belvedere Island, was the most expensive sold in Marin last year at $23.35 million. (Kevin Hessel / The Ark)

Seven of the 10 most expensive homes sold in Marin last year were on the Tiburon Peninsula, topped by a six-bed, seven-bath waterfront estate on Belvedere Island that went for $23.35 million.

 

Belvedere accounted for six of the seven sales, with the eighth in Strawberry. The city had by far had the priciest homes on average in 2023, with 37 total sales at a mean of $6.44 million and a median of $5.08 million, according to the Marin Assessor-Recorder-County Clerk’s Office. Those figures were both well above the runners-up, with Ross’ 23 sales of detached single-family homes holding the No. 2 average, at $4.08 million, and Tiburon’s 64 sales carrying the No. 2 median, at $3.59 million.

 

Belvedere had no condo sales in 2023, but Tiburon’s 30 sales averaged $1.69 million with a median price of $1.58 million.


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