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  • monthly HOA dues are only $460
  • 1370 square feet on 2 levels
  • 2 bedrooms are both en suite plus an extra ½ bath on the main floor
  • spacious 2-car garage with extra storage
  • pet- and kid-friendly HOA community
  • dedicated swimming pool & spa with poolhouse
  • car wash area next to swimming pool for community use
  • professionally detail-cleaned and turnkey
  • attached drapery hardware conveys
  • all appliances convey
  • highly rated Novato schools
  • full disclosure package available on request, including home inspection report and seller improvements records
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Located in the rolling hills and valleys of northern Marin County, Novato is the second-largest community in the county. Formerly known as a gateway to the Wine Country, Novato is increasingly being discovered as a destination in its own right. The reasons: great weather, a lively downtown, and homes that provide the best value in Marin. Upscale housing includes the luxury homes of Black Point, waterfront living on the lagoons of Bel Marin Keys, the wooded Alameda Del Prado, and Indian Valley Road and its horse-country estates. Big-box shopping is concentrated in the Vintage Oaks Shopping Center, which houses a Costco, a Target, and a Macy's Furniture, among other businesses. Downtown, a beautification program has brought new life to the businesses along Grant Avenue. The downtown area is alive with a Tuesday evening farmers market, outdoor movies, parades, and art and wine festivals. In the '90s, military base Hamilton Field was converted to new housing and a business park. The former hangars now house cutting-edge biotech companies, digital development companies, the Marin Museum of Contemporary Art, and more than 40 art studios. Novato is also headquarters of large insurance company Fireman's Fund, as well as the Buck Institute, a research organization that focuses solely on aging.

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The Loma Verde (320 acres), Ignacio Valley, Pacheco Valle, and Indian Valley preserves form a contiguous band of undisturbed open space encompassing virtually the entire northern slope of eastern Big Rock Ridge. The slopes are steep, the canyons deep, and first-time visitors never fail to marvel at the expanses of rugged chaparral and woodland found here. Most of the fire roads that run through these preserves follow ridgelines, and all of the access routes are strenuous, but the spectacular views and the sense of solitude make the climbing worthwhile.

The relative inaccessibility of these canyons provides refuge for healthy populations of wildlife. Many of the slopes and ridges are composed of sandstone which favors the growth of madrone trees, thus there are many forests here featuring nearly pure stands of madrone. In winter when the madrone berries ripen, thousands of berry seeking birds such as cedar waxwings, band tailed pigeons, hermit thrushes, and American robins congregate here. The fire roads in the Pacheco Valle Preserve connect with roads and trails that lead through public lands managed by the Lucas Valley Homeowners Association and the Marinwood Community Services District (which borders our Lucas Valley preserve). Altogether, these unspoiled tracts of land allow for long day hikes (or rides) over the entire east end of Big Rock Ridge.

- from MarinCounty.org

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Here is what I enjoy about 105 Pelican the most:

I love that we are surrounded by nature and how serene that feels. It is wonderful to see the deer, turkeys and full variety of birds roaming around the open space by us. Living on a small lane/cul-de-sac has been so wonderful for my son and his friends to play in front of our home safely. The small lane also makes it feel like we live in our own private little area. It has been lovely to be able to simply walk out the door and hike miles and miles on various trails around our property all through Pacheco Valle Preserve. When the warm weather arrives, my son and I host many wonderful friends to enjoy our cozy back patio and some refreshing time at the pool just down the road. It truly sometimes feels like we are living at a vacation destination.

Kathia Colon

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Open Houses:
Saturday, March 23 from 2 - 4pm

Sunday, March 24 from 2 - 4pm

Brokers Tour:
Wednesday, March 27 from 2 - 4pm

Showings Via Lockbox are:   Weekdays from 9am - 4pm

Otherwise by appointment with short notice due to Owner Occupancy.  Simply contact listing agent at 415.948.8600 via text or call.

Additional Showings by Appointment:
Contact Carol Brubaker
415.948.8600
cbrubaker65@gmail.com

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Carol Brubaker
RealtorĀ®
Keller Williams
415.948.8600 direct
cbrubaker65@gmail.com

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105 Pelican Lane