Christmas Tree Hill

Marin’s diverse geography includes everything from urban area to seashore, freeways to mountains. This month we look at Corte Madera’s Christmas Tree Hill, named for the zigzagging pattern of streetlights covering the prominent hill.

RESIDENTS SAY

"We visit regularly and love hiking the steps to the beautiful views at the top." Rosie Langlie

"Hill dwellers value the seclusion, community spirit, views, hiking trails and winding streets and the many stairways up and down." Madeline Schaider

"My wife and I love both hiking to the top of Christmas Tree Hill and sharing a great meal at the bottom." Mitch Anders


WHERE THEY LIVE

HOMES 250 unit dwellings

WALKABILITY SCORE 55 out of 100 (somewhat walkable, some errands can be accomplished on foot)

HIGHEST-PRICE HOME SALE WITHIN THE LAST SIX MONTHS $2,700,000

LOWEST-PRICE HOME SALE WITHIN THE LAST SIX MONTHS $780,000

SCHOOL DISTRICT Larkspur–Corte Madera School District: Neil Cummins Elementary School and The Cove School (K–5); Hall Middle School (6–8); Redwood High School (9–12)

NEAREST SHOPPING CENTER The open-air shopping centers Town Center at Corte Madera and The Village at Corte Madera are nearby. Even more convenient is the Old Corte Madera Town Square that surrounds Piccolo Pavilion.

Home prices provided by Alan Blumenthal and Madeline Schaider of Madeline Schaider Real Estate.
Categories: Debra Tarrant, Neighborhoods