4051 Agassi Drive in Santa Rosa – a four bedroom home for $439,000.

There has been much news lately about the high prices of Sonoma County real estate (click here for a refresher), particularly our area’s most expensive four-bedroom homes, so today we are on a bargain hunt.  Depending on the town, there are four-bedroom, two-bath homes available anywhere from the low $400,000’s to the low $600,000’s.  We even found a cute bargain in Geyserville, but somebody just snapped it up because it is now contingent-show.

Rohnert Park

8125 Santa Barbara Drive in Rohnert Park is the biggest bargain on our list at $429,000. It has five bedrooms and two baths and is 1,600 square feet.  The home is a desirable single-story with an open floor plan, crown molding and updated baths.  The kitchen has oak cabinets, tile countertops, a center island and multiple pantries (we love a good pantry).

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Listed by Jennifer Wiltermood of Re/Max. Click here for details.

Santa Rosa

Listed at $439,000, 4051 Agassi Drive is a 1,577 square-foot home with four bedrooms and two and a half baths. Built in 2007, it has granite tile kitchen counters and stainless appliances and is located in a quiet, family-friendly neighborhood.

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Listed by Beth Sirks of Wine Country Group. Click here for details.


14560 Old Cazadero Road is listed at $479,000 and is 2,126 square feet with four bedrooms and two baths.  It is composed of two units – one with three bedrooms and one bath and a lower single bedroom and bathroom unit.  Located on a creek, it has space for an office or art studio and two large storage sheds.



Bonus points for the huge sink in this “rustic” kitchen.


Listed by Brendan Coen of Zephyr Real Estate. Click here for details.


461 Muscat Drive is a 2,099 square-foot home with four bedrooms and four baths and is listed at $514,000.  The kitchen could use some updating, but the living room has nice wood floors and lots of charm.

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Listed by Tom & Nancy Kennealy from Bradley Real Estate. Click here for details.


Listed at $599,900, 1700 Canyon Run None is a four-bedroom, two and a half bath home with an open floor plan.  It is 1,714 square feet and is freshly painted with a good-sized yard and backyard deck.  The price was recently reduced as well.

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Listed by Yen Chesley of Vanguard Properties. Click here for details.


121 Miller Court in Petaluma is 1,473 square feet and has four bedrooms and two baths. Located on a cul de sac, it has a newly remodeled kitchen, laminate floors, granite countertops and stainless appliances.  This home also has a courtyard atrium and access to a community pool and tennis court.


Listed by Stephanie Smith of Century 21 Bundensen. Click here for details.


Ah, pricey Sonoma! Sonoma’s average price for a four bedroom, two bath home was $874,555, so 18628 Melody Lane with its four bedrooms and two and a half baths is a bargain at $619,000.  At 1,919 square feet, this home has an open kitchen and family room area with laminate flooring and a fairly recently remodeled kitchen.  The built-in bookcase is a nice bonus too.

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Listed by Linda Di Martini of Century 21. Click here for details.

Sonoma County is definitely not an inexpensive place to live, but there are still some bargains out there for those willing to look (and maybe spruce up a place).   Another bonus of Sonoma County is that we have a multitude of great home improvement stores at our disposal! Need new counters or a new sink? No problem!  Rohnert Park alone is a haven for the do-it-yourselfer.  What do you think? Let us know in the comments…