3 Lockwood Drive
The Glenwood section of San Rafael is known for Victory Jones Park, Glenwood school, and its friendly environment. There is a voluntary HOA with a goal to improve the life of its residents with improvement projects, offering annual events, and a Ready Glenwood plan via a voluntary $50 a year fee. Located close to Andy’s Market, Peacock Gap golf course, and McNear Beach.
This 1961 home is situated on the large corner lot to capture the outlooks and create a private environment. The natural landscape with mature oak trees, attractive varietal landscaping with a no-mow lawn. Entering into a generous living room, there is an intimate dining area and family room with fireplace with access to the yard. The remodeled kitchen has granite counters, stainless steel appliances, and direct access to the back patio and garden. The master bedroom is spacious with a tiled bath and a sliding glass door to the garden. There are three additional good size bedrooms and a second tiled bath. There are beautiful hardwood floors throughout the home.
The patio area offers an area for entertaining and enjoying the hot tub, the garden has multiple areas of different uses. There is a pea gravel area under the trees for quiet reflection, a raised vegetable and herb garden, a garden shed, and oak trees with mature plantings.
A large two car garage, with storage, washer dryer, and direct access to the family room. The driveway allows for additional off-street parking.
1706 Sq.Ft. per tax records
16,379 Lot per tax records
2 tiled baths
Family room with fireplace
Patio and garden areas
Voluntary HOA fee $50/year
The county seat of Marin, San Rafael is large, diverse, eclectic, and historic. That history stretches from California's beginnings, with the 1817 founding of Mission San Rafael on the old El Camino Real, to the construction of the eye-popping Marin Civic Center in the 1960s. Designed by renowned architect Frank Lloyd Wright, the Civic Center was completed in 1962 and is so futuristic that it pops up in science-fiction films.
San Rafael still looks to the future thanks to a vibrant downtown redevelopment effort. The focal point of downtown is the Smith Rafael Film Center, which features a state–of-the-art multiplex cinema that screens independent and foreign films. Cuisine is eclectic: within a few blocks of 4th Street diners can find sushi, Indian, Thai, Italian, Mexican, and Puerto Rican food. Thursday afternoons in the spring and summer find 4th Street hosting a farmers market, which features live music.
The neighborhoods of San Rafael are equally distinctive. From the sought-after midcentury Eichler homes of Terra Linda to the Victorians that surround Dominican College and the custom homes of Lucas Valley, San Rafael provides diversity of price and style.
It's also easy to get away from it all in San Rafael. Nearby China Camp State Park is a jewel by the bay, offering: a kid-friendly, walk-in campground for tents only; a shallow, protected swimming beach; and biking and running trails.