San Rafael is by far the largest city in Marin. That is partially due to its geographic size. It includes very diverse areas like Terra Linda, Lucas Valley, Peacock Gap, Dominican, Sun Valley, Gerstle Park, Canal District, and even more. In short, if someone suggests taking a look at real estate in San Rafael, keep in mind that the neighborhoods feel tremendously distinct. It is also divided into two school districts: San Rafael to the South, Dixie to the North. Fourth Street, the heart of downtown San Rafael, has undergone a major resurgence over the past decade. The center of this resurgence is the refurbished Rafael movie theater.Multiple restaurants and boutiques have sprung up nearby. Dominican University, just to the East of Highway 101, has a beautiful campus with many beautiful older houses surrounding it. On the other end of the financial spectrum, neighborhoods like Bret Harte and Santa Venetia offer some of the most affordable housing in Marin.
San Rafael (/ˌsæn rəˈfɛl/ SAN rə-FEL; Spanish pronunciation: [san rafaˈel]) is a city and the county seat of Marin County, California, United States. The city is located in the North Bay region of the San Francisco Bay Area. As of the 2010 census the city's population at 57,713.
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