The property lines of these three communities are difficult to discern. There is the Larkspur Ferry on the east side of highway 101, although the town of Larkspur is much further west. Corte Madera straddles the freeway and has a couple of communities with flat homes on the water. Greenbrae has more traditional homes, but is a sought after neighborhood due to its easy access to both freeways, the 101 and the 580 going to the East Bay.
All three communities feed into the Tamalpais school district with the public school students attending Redwood High School. The private school Marin Catholic is in Kentfield and it along with the other public high schools in Marin belong to the MCAL.
These cities are in high demand. They are in Southern/Central Marin which boasts the best weather year-round. They have reasonable or easy access to both freeways and for those needing to get to downtown San Francisco, the Larkspur Ferry is a wonderful option.
Close to shopping, restaurants and walking paths along the Corte Madera Creek, these communities allow for big homes, small homes, apartments and condos.
Points of interest: San Quentin Prison, Larkspur Ferry, College of Marin, Marin Rowing
Shopping: Nordstroms, Macys, REI, The Container Store