Stinson Beach is a coastal community in Marin County, California with a population of only about 1,000 people over 1.45 square miles. Stinson Beach is just a couple of miles southeast of Bolinas and is a short drive away from the iconic Golden Gate Bridge. Homeowners in Stinson Beach are in proximity to Muir Woods National Monument and Muir Beach, along with Mount Tamalpais. Nathan H. Stinson purchased the land in 1866 and provided his name for the town.
Homeowners have access to a variety of beach fun like building sandcastles on the soft, white sandy beaches, surfing, swimming in the water, or trying to spot dolphins, seals, or whales which have been known to show themselves to the beachgoers. Homeowners have access to hiking trails and the local community center. Stinson Beach residents have the privilege of access to one of the cleanest beaches in the whole state of California.
Future homebuyers with school-aged children can enroll their kiddos in Stinson Beach School, Bolinas School, or Tamalpais High School. Stinson Beach has been mentioned in film, television, and literature for decades and can be seen on an episode of M*A*S*H. Prospective homebuyers can find gorgeous properties for sale in Stinson Beach with up to 2,000 square feet three bedrooms, and stunning views of Mount Tamalpais. Boating docks, fireplaces, and tropical plants and scenery make Stinson Beach a private paradise. If you are interested in buying a home for sale in Stinson Beach, California, please contact us today.