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Exceptional Fairfax Home & ADU

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Why not live the relaxed Fairfax lifestyle! The house is nestled low on hill behind the town and has recently been beautifully remodeled with new real hardwood floors, kitchen and bath upgrades, lighting and other enhancements. To assist you in having an even deeper sense of relaxation there is the ADU (Accessory Dwelling Unit) with its separate entrance, at the ready to help offset expenses if you wish. Enjoy the far hills vistas from your living room or walk into town to view all that Fairfax has to offer- the many restaurants, shops, the town park and let’s not forget all the open space and trails. The home has a total of 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms with the upper floor tally being 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom and kitchen and the lower floor composed of 2 bedrooms, 2 bathroom and kitchen.

Type: SingleFamily
Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 3.0
Floor size: 2096 sqft
Lot: 5700 sqft
Year Built: 1963
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33 Manzanita Road

When you purchase a home in Fairfax, you're also purchasing history. There's still a whiff of 1960s counterculture in Fairfax, where the Jefferson Airplane once played softball with the Grateful Dead. This town of 7,500 residents just north of Mount Tamalpais is 30 minutes from San Francisco, less than 20 miles from Point Reyes, and is known as one of Marin County’s more affordable communities. The heart of Fairfax is Broadway Boulevard, which parallels Sir Frances Drake Boulevard, the main traffic corridor heading west. Broadway is a perfect walking street where locals shop at Fairfax Coffee Roastery, purchase fresh local produce at the farmers market, and duck into Fairfax Variety for toys, tchotchkes, and candy. If Fairfax feels like it is living in a time warp, that's just fine with its residents, who have passed ordinances prohibiting chain stores, plastic bags, and Styrofoam takeout-food packaging. The art-deco movie theater and 19 Broadway Bar & Night Club are at the center of the action when it comes to nightlife in Fairfax.