Population 8,962

Set against the sparkling backdrop of the San Francisco Bay, Tiburon is a picturesque, historic town in Marin County, just north of the Golden Gate Bridge. Boasting a village like atmosphere, Tiburon joins Belvedere, a small, exclusive residential city, on the tip of the Tiburon Peninsula.

The groomed greenbelt along the waterfront walking path just off Main Street and Ark Row offer unsurpassed views of San Francisco and Marin County, and is one of the most romantic spots in the entire Bay Area.

The scenic Tiburon Peninsula is located on the San Francisco Bay and has breathtaking views of Angel Island and the Golden Gate bridge. Residents and visitors alike enjoy the convenient ferry service to both Angel Island State Park, a haven for biking and hiking, Sausalito, or to San Francisco, which is just six miles across the bay. Commuters queue up daily for the commute ferry to the financial district.


Additional Information on Tiburon & Belvedere Neighborhood

Three private yacht clubs, San Francisco (SFYC), Corinthian Yacht Club, and the Tiburon Yacht Club provide berths for hundreds of sailboats of local yachtsmen: public and private tennis and swimming facilities are also available to residents.

Tiburon has evolved into a casually sophisticated community that ranks among Forbes top 25 residential cities in the United States. Tiburon has also become a favorite destination of Bay Area visitors – a day trip not to miss if coming to the Bay Area for the first time. Hop on the ferry from San Francisco and enjoy a waterfront lunch at the popular Sam’s Café or Servino Restaurant.

 

 

Belvedere- (Population 2,090)

Belvedere is an island a mile long and less than one-half mile wide, connected to Tiburon by a causeway. The town is located on a tiny island at the end of the Tiburon Peninsula. A picturesque town, drawing people from all over just to get a glimpse of the breathtaking scenic vistas.

Cross the line into Belvedere and you might think you’ve stepped into another state, another time. The stately mansions and beautifully manicured gardens and lawns are reminiscent of the Antebellum South. There are three neighborhood areas: Belvedere Island, Corinthian Island, and the Belvedere Lagoon, as well as condominium residences along Beach Road – the thoroughfare connects Belvedere Island to Tiburon.

Ferry service from Tiburon to downtown San Francisco is widely used by local commuter’s and tourists daily. The two elementary schools and one middle school in the local Reed Union School District are rated in the top one percent among California schools.

Distance to Golden Gate Bridge / San Francisco:  12 – 18 miles