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The latest real estate news and insights for Sonoma and Napa County.


Just north of San Francisco, California”’s Wine Country features some of the country”’s most renowned wineries and encompasses charming picturesque communities and cities from Cloverdale, Glen Ellen, Healdsburg, Petaluma, Santa Rosa and Kenwood in Sonoma County to St. Helena and Napa County, directly to the east, as well as the white sandy beaches of the Sonoma Coast.

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Located north of Napa and south of St. Helena, Yountville has the illustrious distinction of boasting more Michelin Stars per capita than any place on earth.

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Located north of Napa, Yountville & Oakville, St. Helena is referred to as the heart of Napa Valley.

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Sonoma Coast stretches 17 miles along the Pacific Ocean, from Bodega Head up to Vista Trail, four miles north of Jenner. Sonoma Coast properties enjoy access to a string of white sandy beaches, separated from the mainland and each other by headlands and rocky bluffs.

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Located betweenPetaluma and Napa, and only about 40 miles north of San Francisco, Sonoma real estate is perfectly situated to maximize residents’ quality of life.

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With over 150,000 residents, Santa Rosa is the largest city in Sonoma County and serves as the area’s cultural and economic hub.

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Located ten miles from Bodega Bay, Sebastopol real estate sits on the western edge of the Santa Rosa plain.

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Just north of Sonoma is Glen Ellen, a rural area in Sonoma real estate with around 1,000 residents, known primarily as the location of Jack London’s Wolf House.

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Located north of the towns of Sonoma and Glen Ellen and south of Santa Rosa, Kenwood is one of the most scenic towns in Sonoma County boasting incredible views of the surrounding Mayacamas mountain range and home to incredible parks such as Annadel State Park, Hood Mountain Regional Park and Sugarloaf Ridge State Park.

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