305 Seymour Lane, Mill Valley
3 BEDS | 2 BATHS | 1,376± SF | 5,600± SF LOT | $845K
Remodel or Rebuild on a sun-filled lot in Homestead Valley
Great opportunity to remodel or rebuild your own home overlooking Homestead Valley on a beautiful lot. Located on a private, quiet lane, 305 Seymour enjoys sun, views and a terrific level yard perfect for kids, dogs and entertaining/barbecuing with friends. Award-winning schools and a great location with easy access to downtown Mill Valley, Whole Foods, and commute to San Francisco. One can live in it as is, remodel it or rebuild/expand. Seller has great conceptual drawings to rebuild a terrific 1,685 sq ft home. Buyer to investigate possibilities.
3 Beds | 2 Baths
1,376 square foot home on a 5,600 SF lot (per tax records)
Award-winning school district
10 Minutes to the 101
Easy access to vibrant downtown Mill Valley close to shops, restaurants, and more
Nearby hiking / biking trails
Wednesday, July 24th 10:30am-2pm
Sunday, July 28th 1-4pm
Contact Whitney Potter: (415) 640-8671
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The Local Lifestyle
Families and professionals looking for a laid back, small-town lifestyle, a sun-soaked community and a connection to the outdoors.
Central Mill Valley including Sycamore Park, Boyle Park, Homestead Valley, Scott Valley and Alto-Sutton are most often sunny with morning clouds. Blithedale and Cascade Canyons enjoy more shade amidst the towering Redwood trees. Morning fog runs over Mt. Tam through Tennessee and Tamalpais Valley where the sun breaks through mid-day. No matter what part of Mill Valley you’re in, you'll rarely be disappointed by the weather in this mountain town. Check the current weather →
From downtown Mill Valley it takes 12-15 minutes to get to the Ferry Terminal in Larkspur, 45 minutes to downtown San Francisco, and 55 minutes to San Francisco International Airport.
Mill Valley residents have access to award-winning public and private schools from K-12. Elementary students can attend Edna Maguire, Old Mill School, Park School, Strawberry Point, or Tamalpais Valley Elementary. Middle school students attend Mill Valley Middle School and high school students attend Tamalpais High School. In addition to excellent public schools, there are several private campuses in Mill Valley including Marin Horizon, Ring Mountain Day School and Greenwood School. Learn more about the Mill Valley School District here.
Mill Valley is home to some of our favorite restaurants in Marin County, including The Buckeye, Sol Food, Playa, Balboa Cafe, Piazza D’Angelo, El Paseo, Mill Valley Beerworks, Molina Pizza, Bungalow 44, Samurai Sushi, Prabh Indian Kitchen, Pizza Antica, Urban Remedy, Super Duper Burger, Bookoo and so many more!
Mill Valley is a famous hiking community with visitors coming from around the globe to trek the trails of Mount Tamalpais. Each neighborhood around Mill Valley offers something unique, from Blithedale Canyon trails through the redwood canopies and popular Railroad Grade to Tam Junction’s quick connection to Tennessee Valley and Muir Beach, it’s hard not to fall in love with every trail in town. Map out your next hike in Mill Valley here.
The Mill Valley community is healthy and active. You'll have a variety of fitness centers to choose from including TJ’s CrossFit Gym, The Bar Method, Red Dragon Yoga, YogaWorks Mill Valley, Pilates ProWorks and more.
Mill Valleys hosts two Farmers Markets on Friday’s year-round 9:30am - 2:30pm in the Alto Shopping Center at 759 E. Blithedale and on Tuesdays from June to Thanksgiving in the Tamalpais Community Center at 203 Marin Avenue in Tennessee Valley.
Mill Valley’s go-to grocery stores include two Whole Foods, The Mill Valley Market, Good Earth and two Safeway grocery stores.
Mill Valley is a great place to be a dog. From local hikes and beaches to pet friendly restaurants, your four-legged friend is welcome almost everywhere.
FUN FACT! Residents of Mill Valley get a Resident Shopper Vehicle Permit (RSVP) designed to make it convenient for Mill Valley residents to shop, eat and visit downtown Mill Valley without having to feed the meters. Parking everywhere else around town is free and a total breeze.