April ended with a Sonoma Valley median home price of $718,000 a dip of $54,500 from March. The decline puts the Valley of the Moon’s home prices closer to the larger county price of $645,000 but far from that of more affordable cities like Cloverdale which ended the month with a average home price of $579,950.

The historic wine region on the eastern side of Sonoma County is a notoriously more expensive portion of the county with home prices typically ranging from $600,000 to $18 million. But home buyers seem to not mind paying a higher price tag for properties within walking distance from world class wineries, tasting rooms and restaurants and 40-minute drive to San Francisco.

Although Sonoma Valley home prices are down 19.8% from April 2018’s surge in post fire home sales, they are selling faster, sitting just 35 days on the market, 13 days faster than the same month last year.

Curious to see what is currently on the market at or below $718,000 in Sonoma Valley? Click through our gallery to sneak a peek.