With its relaxed, countryside feel, surrounded by rolling hills and open spaces, Sleepy Hollow is pretty dreamy. Mostly one level ranchers with some large estates mixed in, many homes in the area are on huge, flat lots, though there are a number of hillside properties as well, some with amazing views. There’s a strong sense of community and the majority of residents belong to the Sleepy Hollow Homes Association, which offers a preschool, swimming pool, tennis leagues, and a variety of other activities. At the end of Butterfield is San Domenico private school, and the Hollow is also home to the upper campus of Brookside Elementary, the public school for local 2nd through 5th graders. The downside to Sleepy Hollow for SF commuters is a longer drive to 101 than other parts of San Anselmo, and there are no businesses or shops in the neighborhood, but residents love the area and think the benefits more than make up for the extra five or ten minute drive. The Alameda neighborhood lies just to the East of Butterfield, with a higher proportion of smaller homes and even more of a countryside feel.
116 Butterfield Road San Anselmo, CA 94960
46 Green Valley Court San Anselmo, CA 94960
150 Ross Avenue, San Anselmo, CA 94960