Kent Woodlands, Kentfield (Marin County)

Kent Woodlands is an unincorporated residential community located in Kentfield, Marin County, California. Kent Woodlands consists of approximately 550 residential lots located at the base of Mt. Tamalpais in the Ross Valley.


The neighborhood, with a population of about 1,700, is characterized by its large, heavily wooded home sites. It derives its name from the family of influential Marin pioneer William Kent (1864-1928), a three-term Republican congressman and friend of John Muir who played a leading role in creating both Muir Woods National Monument and Mount Tamalpais State Park.


Kentfield is blessed not only by good weather (when it is foggy in San Francisco and Southern Marin, it is sunny in Kent Woodlands), but also by low crime and some of the best schools in California, such as Bacich Elementary School. Hiking, biking, and fishing are right here–there is a string of lakes in the Tamalpais Watershed with virtually unlimited access.

Kent Woodlands is one of the Marin enclaves coveted by leaders of industry, actors, musicians, and sports figures.

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