Family-friendly Mill Valley is all about schools and sports. Nestled at the foot of Mount Tamalpais, homes in Marin County city range from 500-square-foot hunter's cabins to multimillion-dollar mansions tucked away on winding, narrow lanes under the redwoods. Coffee is king in Mill Valley. Downtown, three separate coffee shops do a brisk business. At the Depot, as the sunny town center is called, moms with strollers, kids on tricycles, and teenagers kicking hacky sacks relax in the open-air plaza, which now houses an independent bookstore and cafe. The Depot is also a jumping-off spot for hikers and mountain bikers heading up the slopes of Mount Tamalpais. Nightlife in Mill Valley is anchored by Sweetwater Music Hall, which hosts many well-known musical acts. As the groomed playing fields at the community center attest, sports are big in Mill Valley, with soccer, baseball, and lacrosse leagues all popular.
Tamalpais and Sycamore Park lies in the highly prized flat lands near downtown Mill Valley, nestled between Miller Avenue and East Blithedale. The Eastern end of the area is known at Tamalpais Park. Houses range from elegant turn of the century to smaller summer cottages. The areas provide a leisurely walk to downtown Mill Valley, through narrow streets shaded by old Sycamore trees and stately palms. This is the Mill Valley of picture books. From the down-home 2 AM Club and Joe’s Taco Lounge to the upscale Whole Foods; from Sycamore Park Preschool to Park Elementary to Mill Valley Middle School to Mount Tamalpais High; from the 225-seat Marin Theatre Company to the two-mile Mill Valley–Sausalito bike and running path—for these destinations and more, the almighty auto is not the required (nor preferred) mode of access. And it’s only a 15-minute stroll to the cafes, boutiques and entertainment venues of downtown Mill Valley or a 5-minute jaunt to the recently completed Mill Valley Community Center. Then there are the two public parks within the neighborhoods’ bounds: Sycamore Park, which had a volunteer-inspired renovation in 2006, and Freeman Park on Ryan Avenue.
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