October ended with a median home cost  of $649,500, the lowest price in a year. The decline may be a sign of better times for Sonoma County home buyers, who have been waiting for overpriced homes to come down in price since last year’s wildfires.

For most survivors, whose rental insurance coverage may be coming to an end, the choice remains:  rebuild, purchase a new home or move away.

The good news is that homes priced at or below the Sonoma County median have improved dramatically since in recent months. From oceanfront estates to cozy country cottages, the homes run the gamut from brand new constructions to turn-of the-century classics.

Click through our gallery above to see what is currently offered.