CORTE MADERA 415.755.1111 | ROSS 415.755.1111
NOVATO 415.798.8111 | TIBURON 415.889.2000 | MILLVALLEY 415.384.1111
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Mountain View, San Rafael
Dominican’s own Gatsby Estate-Heather Hill.
Remodeled 1916 Georgian Manor on nearly
2 private acres. 5300+sf, gracious, light-filled
rooms, high ceilings, pool, patio, lawns and
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Did You Know?
; More than 20% of population affected. More than 51,000 residents of Marin County
are in need of food assistance. The people whose income is low enough to put them
at risk of hunger increased 54% between 2008 and 2011.
; Seniors are especially hard hit. One third of Marin's seniors live on a fixed income
below the elder self-sufficiency standard of $27,000 per year to cover basic costs of
living in Marin. Marin's geography & poor public transportation system leave many
residents isolated without easy access to grocery stores.
That is why now through December 31st, all Alain Pinel Realtors of Marin County will be
accepting donations of non-perishable food, as well as new or gently-used coats and other
clothing items in support of the Marin Community Food Bank, The Ritter Center, and our
neighbors in need this holiday season. Donations can be made at any of our five Marin
County offices or at any of our Sunday Open Houses across the county.
For more information about this program, please call 415.755.1111 or email our Marin office
manager, Steve Dickason, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Oakdale Avenue, Mill Valley
In Contract! Elegant, 5bd/4.5ba compound
built in 2000 as a custom estate and sited on
a level 9492+/-sf lot. Close to town. Attached,
legal in-law quarters. Amazing indoor/
Baywood Avenue, Ross
Extraordinary, down-to-studs, 2005 remodel
with panoramic views. 4 bedroom, 3 bath
contemporary Craftsman. Distinguished Ross
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