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Looking for San Marino real estate?
You can find everything from Craftsman-era homes commonly seen in the Pasadena area to Spanish Colonial, Monterey and Mediterranean designs in San Marino, California. But be prepared to pay top dollar. San Marino is an aflluent community, and its home prices reflect that with median prices generally falling somewhere near the $2 million mark.
San Marino real estate was developed to create a charming bedroom community, which was incorporated in 1913. According to the town’s mayor, the city founders designed the community to be “uniquely residential, with expansive properties, beautiful gardens and wide streets.” It is close to Pasadena, South Pasadena, Arcadia and Alhambra, putting high-paying jobs and higher education within easy reach.
San Marino offers both public and private education. The public school district has been a recipient of the California Distinguished School Award, and test scores at all grade levels regularly rank among the highest in the state. The University of Southern California is not far, and there are a number of community colleges in the region.
Among San Marino’s attractions is The Huntington Library, Art Collections and Gardens. A private, nonprofit institution, The Huntington was founded in 1919 by Henry E. Huntington. It now makes up the core of what has come to be known as the library district. Lacy Park, a 30-acre park in the center of San Marino, appeals to families. Lacy Park includes six championship tennis courts and a pro shop, administered by the San Marino Tennis Foundation. If golfing is your favorite pastime, the nearby San Gabriel Country Club is available for tee time.