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124 Sea Walk Drive, The Sea Ranch - $950,000
2 beds 1 bath 617 square feet. Year built: 1965. HOA: $211/month.
Exterior: Moore, Lyndon, Turnbull, and Whitaker's award winning Condominium One is just one of the many stylish Sonoma County condos currently on the market. Click through our gallery to see more. (Courtesy of BAREIS Property listed by Marianne Harder, Coldwell Banker Coastal Properties)
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Interior: Million-dollar views from the dining room at Condominium One.
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Interior: A hip mid-century living room with a lodge-like vibe.
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Interior: This stunning light filled great room is the epitome of post-war chic.
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Kitchen: Catch a glimpse of a whale while washing dishes at 124 Sea Walk Drive.
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Bedroom: Soaring ceilings and plenty of natural light- divine!
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323 Jacquelyn Lane, Petaluma- $692,000
2 beds 3 baths 2,027 square feet. Year built: 2013. HOA: $308/month.
Interior: Impress your guests with this modern grey and white great room. (Courtesy of BAREIS Property listed by Peg King, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage)
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Exterior: Three spacious levels to explore at 323 Jacquelyn Lane.
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Kitchen: Weathered grey wood cabinetry and subway tiles for a cool downtown vibe.
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Bedroom: A personal patio and hilltop views, what's not to love about this sunny Petaluma bedroom?
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Interior: A long game room could make a nice child's play room or office.
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Bedroom: A spacious master suite with ensuite bathroom, walk-in closet and patio access. Ooh la la!
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Exterior: Add a patio set, BBQ and picnic table and you're ready for summer.
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756 W. First St. # 10, Sonoma - $559,000
1 bed 2 baths 913 square feet. Year built: 2001. HOA: $304/month
Exterior: Enjoy the delights of downtown Sonoma with this hipster chic loft just steps away from the plaza. (Courtesy of BAREIS Property listed by Corrie Sterbentz, Pacific Union International)
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Interior: A bright and cheery great room with a wall of windows and plenty of space for entertaining guests.
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Kitchen: Grab a glass of chardonnay and mingle with guests in the open design kitchen/dining room.
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Bedroom: Be the king of the castle in this mammoth master suite.
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Living room: A view of the wide-open floor plan from the bedroom loft at 756 W. First St.
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Exterior: Let the party continue outdoors with a cool urban patio space.
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876 Lyon St., Sonoma - $599,000
2 beds 4 baths 1,932 square feet. Year built: 2009. HOA: $165/month.
A breath of fresh air: Loving this elegant Sonoma townhouse - so open, bright and cheery. (Courtesy of BAREIS Property listed by Kurtis Rissmiller, W Real Estate)
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Location, location, location: Close to the restaurants, tasting rooms and the excitement of downtown this Sonoma two bedroom has a lot to offer.
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Interior: A castle-like spiral staircase connects floors at 876 Lyon St.
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Interior: A cool bedroom loft perfect for last minute guests.
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Garage: This gargantuan garage might make a nice bicycle workshop or hobby wine room.
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2629 Westberry Drive, Santa Rosa - $379,950
2 beds 1 bath 994 square feet. Year built 1985
Interior: A tastefully remodeled eighties condo that is still out of this world. Take a peek inside! (Courtesy of BAREIS Property listed by Jay Belmont, W Real Estate)
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Interior: Stay warm by the fire in this casually cool Santa Rosa condo.
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Bathroom: Custom tiles and marble counters elevate this basic bathroom to another level.
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Exterior: Access to two swimming pools and green spaces are just a few of the added perks of this Santa Rosa sweetheart.
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5066 Country Club Drive, Rohnert Park - $399,000
2 beds 2 baths 1,277 square feet. Year built: 1979. HOA: $360/month
Exterior: A coveted end unit with large patio, this Rohnert Park cutie won't last long. (Courtesy of BAREIS Property listed by Carolin Guerrero, Bradley Real Estate-Novato)
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Interior: Keeping things interesting with heavenly cathedral ceilings and plenty of light.
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Interior: A very modern layout allows for ease of flow between living, dining and cooking spaces.
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Kitchen: A punch of color adds a bit of visual interest to a basic contemporary kitchen.
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Patio: A bit of personal outdoor space is just what the doctor ordered, add a patio set and grill and you are all set for your next summer shindig.