560 Swain Ave. Sebastopol, CA 95472. 5 bedroom home for sale

560 Swain Ave. Sebastopol, CA 95472. 5 bedroom home for sale.

















Here is a rare opportunity to own a spacious home in the desirable Swain Woods neighborhood in Sebastopol CA.

This great home is walkable to downtown Sebastopol, The Barlow, 157 acre Ragle Ranch.
















This updated home features 5 Bedrooms and 4 baths plus bonus rooms.

Hardwood floors, Viking 6 burner range, granite kitchen and all new baths. There is an inground pool and plenty of room for gardening.

For more information call Ron L. Welsh at 707-823-2533

Sonoma County Properties

7 Generations of Buying and Selling Sonoma County Real Estate


Sonoma County Properties Presents- Sebastopol Country Living. 11180 Cherry Ridge Rd Sebastopol is now available. It is offered at just $690,000. with the promise of a new “40 year” roof installed prior to the close of escrow.

Just five minutes to Downtown Sebastopol. This well maintained gem is in the desirable “Cherry Ridge” area. Almost two acres of Redwoods, Oaks and Sun. Three good sized bedrooms and two baths in 2034 square feet of living area. Nice Kitchen, tiled baths, two fireplaces, cathedral ceilings, laundry/mud room and sliders out to decks. It has an oversized 2 & 1/2 car garage (go ahead and ask me how you get half a car) and workshop. It even has a brand new “chicken coop”. Great setting and a great address.

More Details and a private tour are available through Ron L. Welsh at 707-823-2533.

Sonoma County Properties;

7 Generations of Buying and Selling

How To Reverse Diabetes With Reverse Your Diabetes Today e-Book full text here

Sonoma County Real Estate!


Sonoma County Properties Presents-Art Trails 2012

Art Trails here in Sonoma County is the only juried open studio program in the North Bay and one of the oldest in the country! 

ARTrails is a free self- guided studio tour which will take place on two weekends this year on Oct.13-14 and 20-21 from 10am- 5pm. [Read more…]

Fall-#12 of 100 Reasons I Love Living in Sonoma County

I love Fall!  It may be my third favorite season but I love it just the same.  Right now out my back door nature is putting on a show that makes my eyes happy, filling them with the beauty of fall here in Sonoma County.

View at the Ranch

There is so much to do…from fine dining at restaurants like The Farmhouse to more casual eating at Peter Lowell’s and Willow Wood.  And should you think that all we do here is eat, hiking along the Ocean cliffs and the hills in wine country is a great way to work off all the fresh and organic local meals.  It’s also a great place to take an antique car tour.  When driving in an old car, time naturally seems to slow down, if it’s an open car, a fabulous way to see the countryside.

What do I love about fall here in Sonoma County?  Let’s see:    [Read more…]

Art Trails-#11 of 100 Reasons I Love living in Sonoma County

It’s that time again, ARTrails Open Studios…This fall the open studio falls on October 15-16 and 22-23, 2011. Studios will be open from 10:00 – 5:00 on both weekends. ARTrails is an annual fall tradition in the North Bay. It’s one of the better art exhibitions locally as it is juried. It is not just Sonoma County’s largest and most visible arts event, but also one of the oldest and most respected of its kind in the nation.

ARTrails provides a rare opportunity for the public to meet local artists in their workspaces.

Nothing like visiting the artist in their open studio!

While there are many artists, some of my personal favorites are:

It’s a great way to spend a couple of days…driving through some of the prettiest countryside, filled with fall colors, viewing beauty in both art and nature!  For a preview, check out the following exhibitions running through October 28th; the Wells Fargo Center For The Arts in Santa Rosa, the Pelican Art Gallery in Petaluma, and…right here next door to my real estate office, the Graton Art Gallery.

While you are at it, you can visit some of our local wineries to finish off the day. If you come through Graton, be sure to stop by and say hi. Happy Trails!