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Home to some of the Bay Area’s wealthiest residents, including angel investor Ron Conway, Tiburon hosts spectacular mansions and breathtaking views of the San Francisco Bay.

The incorporated town of Marin is located in the North Bay area on the Tiburon Peninsula, and its name means “shark” in Spanish. It was inspired by the leopard sharks in the San Francisco Bay.

Below are five impressive Tiburon properties on the market right now. From a home just under a million dollars right up to $39-million parcel of undeveloped land, there’s something for every millionaire.

3 Via Paraiso — $14.9 million

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A tennis court AND an infinity pool in the Bay Area? Color us impressed. The property at 3 Via Paraiso is a modern retreat from the city and boasts the largest walk-in closet we’ve ever seen.

3560 Paradise Drive — $12.9 million

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Romance is in the ocean air at this waterfront French-style villa. The home is riddled with European design flair, including an imported 18th-century limestone staircase from France’s Loire Valley, reclaimed Italian hardwood floors and 400-year-old roof tiles from Italy and France.

123 Taylor Road — $2.4 million

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A more affordable alternative to unadulterated forested land and antique European villas is this Tiburon home with panoramic views and a solar-heated pool. If purchased, you may have to host every pool party for your friend group.

4 – 2 Lyford Drive — $925,000

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Unit 4 of 2 Lyford Drive is currently the cheapest listing you can find in Tiburon at $925,000. The building’s eight units have clean, elegant lines and an architectural dedication to semicircles. The cozy 1,408-square-foot condo with two bedrooms and two bathrooms is perfect for a couple.

2800 Paradise Drive — $39 million

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This oasis of undeveloped land spans 14.5 acres and 2,000 feet of shoreline. Approval is already in place to build up to a 15,000-square-foot main residence, a 2,200-square-foot guest residence and a 700-square-foot caretaker’s cottage. It’s basically the closest you can get to buying a private island in the Bay Area.

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