This 4.4M estate in Santa Rosa has everything from horses stalls to lakes, with a working vineyard thrown in for good measure.
With home prices holding steady at a median price that many find out of their budget, pooling resources to get a home to share with family is one option.
When homebuyers are looking for their first, or maybe their second home, they may be trying to decide if the home they like will be a starter or their forever home.
The Sonoma Rose is a 106-year-old estate that began as a getaway, became a bordello, and then went back to being a place of relaxation. Now it’s on the market as a single family home.
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!
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 [...]
The Hydeaway House, Sonoma, designed by Schwartz and Architecture (Photography: Matthew Millman) Architect Neal Schwartz’s Sonoma County home — The Hydeaway House — was built to prove a point: a custom built house, done right, can give you more bang for your buck than a prefab. Mr. Schwartz, [...]
Six miles from Healdsburg Plaza, fifty-two acre Flax Vineyard Estate gracefully straddles the Russian River. The Estate's centerpiece, a 6800 square foot contemporary wine country residence, overlooks sylvan Sonoma settings of the Russian River Valley where vineyards appear amongst emerald hillsides dotted with century-old gnarly oaks, the green hills turning [...]
When growing up in Sweden in the 1980s, my dreamy-eyed idea of the American home — no doubt cultivated by overconsumption of Hollywood blockbusters — was a picture of modern perfection. I envisioned gently curving streets and color coded single-family houses; homes accoutered with identically expansive drive-ways, multi-car garages, freshly-painted [...]
As daffodil, forsythia, crocus and camellia buds awaken from their sleepy winter rest, "for sale" signs begin to sprout from thankfully greener lawns and hibernating homebuyers return to the housing market. But the continued rise of real estate prices, while welcomed by sellers, may add an additional challenge for the [...]