About Belvedere Tiburon, CA


Feel at Home in Belvedere

There is no way around it, Belvedere Tiburon is absolutely gorgeous. It sits prettily perched on the Tiburon Peninsula which juts out into the San Francisco Bay. This Northern California town is in Marin County and is about 30 minutes from San Francisco, just 1 mile north of Sausalito. Most properties in Belvedere Tiburon have remarkable views and residents pay for it. The median property price in town is in the millions. Yes, that’s in dollars.

Before searching for your new place, check out our apartment guide for tips and tricks on finding the place that’s right for you. Visit the handy dandy and extremely nifty Local Talk section to get a sneaky inside look at life in Belvedere Tiburon Are you wondering about the easiest way to get to your job in San Francisco is? Or maybe you want to know what senior activities they have going on there. No problem. Just use our “Ask a Question” feature and a local expert will answer any questions you may have. Chances are our expert will not be able to tell you how to make millions of dollars for that mansion on the hill though. Sorry.

Pricy, But So Worth It

Yup, it’s true. Belvedere Tiburon home prices are among the most expensive in the United States, so apartments are high as well. You will find the best deal around with the help of our guide. Are you looking for a place with a view of the Golden Gate Bridge? Or maybe you need something with a balcony for your collection of ferns. Whatever it is, our apartment finder will help you find the place for you. Rental prices are high, but views like this do not come cheap.

Life in Belvedere Tiburon

The three neighborhoods that make up this unique community are Belvedere Island, Belvedere Lagoon, and Corinthian Island. The weather here is as dreamy as the landscape. Cool breezes off the water give this place wonderful clean, fresh air. If only they could bottle the stuff. Moderate temperatures keep residents happy. No one sweats. Okay, that was a joke. But the city boasts unbelievably perfect temperatures. They have mostly sunny days 260 days of the year. Average temperatures in the winter are 40s at their lowest and 70s at their highest in the summer. It almost seems as if this place has been built to perfection.

Life is pretty quiet and subdued in this Marin County town as there are no restaurants or stores. Residents can easily shop at nearby Tiburon with its wide variety of shops and restaurants. And of course, with San Francisco right across the bay, there is certainly no shortage of things to do, buy, and eat. In San Francisco residents craving a shot of culture can check out the San Francisco Opera or the Symphony. The Museum of Modern Art and the Fine Arts Museums are always there to get an art fix in. Sports fans can catch a 49er game for football or the Giants for some good old fashioned baseball. And there’s always Alcatraz for those looking for a little reminder of what life in a prison back in the day was like. Nothing makes going home better than spending a little time in the jail.

Belvedere Tiburon has a distinct look and in order to preserve it, they have very strict rules on housing design. They place a high value on the views of all the excellent surrounding nature and architecture and they focus on keeping it as pristine as possible.

There are plenty of places to get outside and enjoy the beautiful outdoors, many of which can be close to your new apartment. Belvedere Park has baseball and soccer fields, two basketball courts, and a large playground. You can sign Junior up for ballet or basketball at the community center at the park. For the past fourteen years the park has also hosted a Concerts in the Park series where residents can bring a blanket to picnic and let loose and rock out to live music outdoors in that perfect northern California weather.

Life in Belvedere Tiburon provides residents with a relaxed, picture-perfect environment and simple access to San Francisco. Find your apartment in this incredible small town and join the lucky 2,000 or so people that get to live here.