Presented by Spiro Stratigos & Dorothy MacDougald
1675 Novato Blvd #7 | Novato
Tastefully updated and centrally located 2 bedroom 2.5 bath Lone Oaks Commons townhome. Thoughful layout with stylish laminate flooring offers an easy flow floor plan while new carpeting, light and bright paint tones create warm and inviting spaces. Modern quartz counters highlight the stainless appliances including new gas range and hood. The open living and dining room combination has a wood burning fireplace. Access to wrap around rear decks expands the outdoor living space and provides a tranquil place to relax, play or gather.
The second level bedrooms are their own private retreats each with their own private outdoor balcony decks. The master en-suite bath has dual sink vanities and separate shower area. The hall bath and interior laundry area are also located on the second level. Other quality features include main level half bath, central heating, immaculate 2 car garage as well as an additional storage closet off the master bedroom deck.
1675 Novato Blvd offers a peaceful residential experience in an idyllic tree lined setting. Low monthly HOA fees include water, garbage, exterior roof & siding, grounds, maintainance, mgmt. The prime central locale offers convenient access to many of Novato's best ammenities; a vibrant downtown community with shops, cafes and restaurants and a fabulous seasonal farmer's market. Pioneer Park and the Novato Library are nearby while Whole Foods and Trader Joe's are just minutes away. With easy access to the freeway and public transportation, Novato is the gateway to Sonam and Napa wine country.
Monthly HOA: $341.60
1675 Novato Blvd APT 7, Novato, CA 94947
Even with a bustling population of more than 53,000 residents, of all the cities in Marin County, Novato best captures a small-town-America feeling. Located just below Petaluma, adjacent to Sonoma and Napa counties, and surrounded by oak and bay tree-studded hills, it’s about a half hour drive from San Francisco at non-peak times (but can take over an hour in traffic). Golden Gate Transit offers Wi-Fi on board and a very comfy commute of 55 minutes to just over an hour to San Francisco’s Financial District, depending on the starting point.
Novato offers immediate access to several mountain bike and foot trail systems, the refurbished Black Point Boat launch, and several children’s camps and family programs. Many homes enjoy generous lots with flat lawns, tons of sun, and a high quality school system. Some recent changes are making Novato an even more appealing choice. The Grant Avenue downtown business district has been charmingly redeveloped and includes Trader Joe’s, Whole Foods, and the Tuesday night farmer’s market. Along with the annual Art, Wine and Music Festival, Novato has become an extension of nearby Sonoma’s culinary focus.
Vintage Oaks Shopping Center offers just about every convenience, including both Costco and Target, as well as dining and live music at Hopmonk Tavern, and a whole host of other retail options. The beer garden at nearby Moylan’s Brewery is a great place to watch a game and is a favorite among locals.
Novato is served by Novato Unified Public School System, which includes the top-rated Pleasant Valley and Rancho Elementary schools.