The median home price in Sonoma County has risen again, up to 600k. If you’re looking to buy in the median price range, here’s what’s newly listed.
This Sonoma County estate is a mixture of Italianate styling mixed with an art nouveau aesthetic on the interior. While not to everyone’s taste, it’s a good example of modern Italianate architecture.
When selling a house on your own, staging is key. Make sure to stick with neutrals, keep you wall art to a minimum, and deep clean.
Mid-Century modern architecture is beautifully displayed at this Santa Rosa home on Montecito Ave. On almost 2 acres of land, it’s a private escape.
A perk of living in California is nearly year-round swimming. Despite drought conditions, pools can still be found in backyards all around Sonoma County.
This minimalist gem in Sonoma blends clean lines with a wine country garden. It’s a mix of luxury and
Some homeowners would rather have land than worry about architecture. These available homes have acreage to spare.
Whether it’s meant to be a farmhouse, English cottage, or southern home, this 4.9M estate in Sonoma County is filled with shabby chic whimsy.
Though the median price has risen in Sonoma County, fixer-uppers below 350k are still plentiful.
A sweeping staircase welcomes guests to the grand entrance. (All images via Pacific Union International) When it comes to homes, Santa Rosa has a rich architectural history. Whenever I walk through the neighborhoods, I enjoy coming across a well–restored Victorian or historic Craftsman. Though I’m a fan of [...]