The median home value in Inverness, CA is $1,387,500.
the county median home value of $1,321,500.
The national median home value is $308,980.
The average price of homes sold in Inverness, CA is $1,387,500.
Approximately 41% of Inverness homes are owned,
compared to 23% rented, while
36% are vacant.
Inverness real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
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Stunning top-of-the-world views from this architect designed home on the ridge. Breathtaking views of both the Olema Valley all the way to Mt Tam, the Point Reyes National Seashore's Drakes Bay, and the ocean. The property directly adjoins the park for easy access to trails and wilderness. Inside, the upper level is built for comfortable entertaining with a spacious living room with a massive stone fireplace and floor to ceiling windows. The central dining space will accommodate a big table with space for all. A luxuriously tiled kitchen with granite counters and top-grade appliances is a delight for cooks and cook's helpers. The upper level deck looks out over the enormous views and has space for dining, lounging, and a BBQ connected to the main gas lines - no more lugging tanks! Downstairs, the primary suite opens to a patio and the grassy lawn area. Primary bath has a double sink vanity plus a massive walk-in shower lined with glass bricks for plenty of sunlight. Two more bedrooms fill out the rest of the lower level along with a main bathroom, laundry room, and a small home gym or office space with direct access to the outdoors. Add in a wine storage room and plenty of closets. 25 Elizabeth Place is a relaxed, comfortable country home with luxe touches throughout.
Majestically located at the edge of the wilderness beside the entrance to the Inverness Ridge trail, this incredible property includes 2 iconic radially framed buildings designed by celebrated architect Daniel Lieberman on a unique 1-acre parcel/TIC with a unique history. Surrounded on 3 sides by protected open space, the property offers spectacular outlooks overlooking Pt. Reyes Peninsula and Mt .Vision, with magical indoor spaces designed by Liebermann, who worked under Frank Lloyd Wright on the Marin Civic Center. Liebermann (1930 -2015) designed a dozen crescent shaped, sustainable homes, some of which have been featured in the NYTimes, Dwell, and on Home & Garden Tours. The property has a rich past with roots in counter-culture movement and is owned by Mark Watts, son of 60s-era Zen philosopher Alan Watts. With fantastic outdoor spaces offering breath taking vistas, this distinctive property has the added upside of permitted expansion to upgrade the main living space. A rare find!