Larkspur

 The original highway through southern Marin was mapped out in 1909, and Magnolia Avenue served as the major access road for much of Marin. Today, Magnolia Avenue looks much as it did when it was the main county road. The false-front store facades, the Mission Revival style church and City Hall, the early Queen Anne Victorians, and the Blue Rock Inn, all evoke the flavor of the city's past. Larkspur's downtown, between the Lark Theater and the Lark Creek Inn, has been designated as a state and city historic district and is officially listed on the National Register of Historic Places because the buildings are representative of commercial architecture that was typical of small California towns at the turn of the century

Larkspur is home to many unique neighborhoods;  Meadowood , an area of somewhat larger, traditional, well landscaped properties. Heather Gardens, behind Meadowood, is a very friendly neighborhood of cozy homes, often teaming with strollers, dogs and basketball hoops, and the inevitable construction dumpsters as everyone seems to be expanding, mostly adding a second story. Larger vintage homes dot the hills above Larkspur and in Madrone Canyon. Hillview is a popular flat neighbor on the border of Kentfield. Visit  Rulli’s for a great cup of coffee and some authentic Italian pastry.  

 

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Updated Mar 24, 2017 8:24:am
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