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In 1857 a Scotsman from San Francisco, James Ross, bought a large Mexican land grant named Rancho Punta de Quentin, which extended from what is now Corte Madera to Red Hill in San Anselmo. In the town that bears his name, Ross built his home on the property that is now the Marin Art & Garden Center; a beautiful ten-acre site that, in addition to housing several non-profit community groups, also offers many classes and activities.

Shaded roads and lanes enhance this lovely town of grand estates and luxury custom homes. Large Ross homes for sale in park-like settings often have accommodations for horses, as well as tennis courts and swimming pools. Centered around the Ross Common is a small, very quaint commercial area featuring restaurants and shops. One enterprise, the Ross Grocery, has been operated by the same family since WWII.

Residents are universally proud of, and offer support to, the local elementary school, Ross Elementary — one of the top ten schools in the nation. The academic ranking is in the 99th percentile, the highest any school can achieve.

Ross, often characterized as the suburban ideal, can easily be portrayed as a bastion of gracious living.

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