Learning About Belvedere Lagoon Homes
Living on Blevedere Lagoon provides a unique experience. The highly desirable lagoon, tucked between the Tiburon Peninsula and Belvedere Island, provides private waterfront living for about 280 families.
The lagoon is owned and maintained by the Belvedere Lagoon Property Owners’ Association. The lagoon is not accessible by boat from San Francisco Bay, and no public access is provided. Only manually operated boats are allowed.
Belvedere Lagoon Homes
About the Lagoon and Belvedere Real Estate
The lagoon is a natural lowland between the Tiburon Peninsula and Belvedere Island. It was filled in about 1929, the dredged after WWII to create the present housing sites. The land was subdivided in about 1950 and lots sold to individual homeowners. Homes were built from the early 50’s till about 1960.
The lagoon covers approximately 66 acres, at an average depth of 4-6 feet, and is surrounded by 261 lots comprised of 232 private residences and 28 duplexes. The water level is regulated and water quality is monitored relative to standards established for water contact sports. Salt water enters the lagoon from the Bay, but the water level is regulated so there is no tidal action in the lagoon.
Belvedere Lagoon Property Values
Over the last five years, about 11 houses have sold each year on the lagoon. The average sale price has increased from $2,255,000 to about $5M (2018 data from the Marin MLS).
Homes for Sale
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Entirely within the small Town of Belvedere, the Lagoon community is minutes from downtown Tiburon and the Tiburon Ferry Terminal, and only 3 miles to Highway 101.
Do You Want to Live on the Lagoon?
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