This open floor plan, tri-level estate in Healdsburg was once home to one of the North Bay’s premier winemakers. The pastoral winemaker’s Healdsburg estate is available for 2.2 million.
The homes in any of Santa Rosa’s Historic Neighborhoods can be charming, but choosing to invest in one means a lot of maintenance. If you’re ready for a project, this can be a good choice for you!
Though called Double Bar Z Ranch, this majestic home in Sonoma County is nothing short of a fairytale come true.
Rents are rising for apartments all over Sonoma County. It may be time to ditch the apartment and rent a home instead, as the prices are about the same in some areas.
When buying a home, double paned windows are nice, but the walkability of a neighborhood can make all the difference. Here are the three top walkable neighborhoods in Santa Rosa.
Main House. (all images via Sotheby’s) If you’ve ever dreamed of owning a Villa in Tuscany, overlooking sunny, bountiful fields of Syrah wine grapes, olives, and lavender, look no further than Cypress Hill Farm in Sonoma County. Located at 5180 Lovall Valley Loop, organic olive oils created on-site [...]
One of the indisputable facts about Sonoma County is that it’s beautiful. Scratch that; it’s gorgeous. A major benefit of being a homeowner with a backyard here is that you aren’t relegated to spending all of your free time inside the house, you can utilize this open space to work [...]
1400 Cavedale Road Situated in the Mayacamas mountain range, this Palladian style home at 1400 Cavedale Road in Sonoma was built in 1991 and offers sweeping views of the Sonoma Valley, the San Francisco Bay and the city of San Francisco. It was designed by Douglas Pinter for [...]
3 bedrooms, 2 bath in Monte Rio on the market for $495,000. The real estate market is hot in Sonoma County right now, with median home prices at the highest level they’ve been in the past nine years. This has begun to worry first time homebuyers, who [...]
Hupomone Ranch in western Petaluma, designed by Turnbull Griffin Haesloop (Photography by David Wakely) Architect William Turnbull, Jr. liked to create buildings that expressed a sense of place. He received international attention in the 1960s while principal at Moore Lyndon Turnbull Whitaker, the architecture firm behind the iconic [...]