1236 Sexton Rd Sebastopol CA. Home for Sale.

Sonoma County Properties proudly presents 1236 Sexton Rd in Sebastopol CA.

This is truly Sebastopol at its best; a solid, single story craftsmen style home on one acre.

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The Home features three bedrooms and two baths. The Master suite is 16′ x 22′ and the granite kitchen opens to the Great Room and views to the West.

Sunset Views!

Sunset Views!

The lot is a full acre that gently slopes to the west. It features a small barn, a garage/workshop and a small vineyard of Pinot Noir in the Russian River Valley  Appellation.

In my opinion, this Appellation and its “Gold Ridge” soils are the Premiere wine growing combination for Pinot Noir grapes.

The property is Offered at $799,500.00 by Ron L. Welsh. Please call Ron at 707-823-2533 for more details or your private tour. 

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SONOMA COUNTY PROPERTIES PRESENTS – MODERN VIEW HOME IN SEBASTOPOL.

This home brings the natural elements together with a contemporary design and amazing views, all the way to the Pacific.

On a clear day you can get a glimpse of the Pacific Ocean

End of the lane privacy gives you QUIET, Seclusion and long views of valley and hills.

This wonderful home was created to calm and to inspire. Modern design features three bedrooms, two baths and two large bonus rooms (also with expansive views) that could be your art or yoga studio, hobby or game rooms.

Property is fenced and cross-fenced. a hot tub, a waterfall, a patio, and a gated circular drive complete this extraordinary property.

Enjoy the sunsets from window or patio or while roaming the almost 5 acres.

Wolf Range, Sub Zero Refrigerator and Wine cooler.

Offered at $1,095,000.

To see this amazing property call Ron at 707-823-2533 

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SONOMA COUNTY PROPERTIES PRESENTS #4 OF 7 ON “MAKING YOUR HOME MORE SUSTAINABLE”

Sonoma County Properties presents #4 of 7 on “making your home more sustainable”. You don’t have to be a contractor to be able to make some changes to your home that will make it greener and more sustainable for the years to come. There are many things that you can do that require little skill and sometimes just a willingness to change how you do things around the house will make a big difference.

Over the next couple of months, Sonoma County Properties will give you at least one BIG thing you can do (this may require some skill or a cash investment on your part) and a few smaller things (that anyone can do) that will make a difference in your savings, comfort or “carbon footprint”.

#1. Build a solar water heater. This project is not as expensive as it sounds, but it takes a little know-how to build. It will save you a ton on water heating energy costs. [Read more…]

SONOMA COUNTY PROPERTIES PRESENTS #2 OF 7 ON "MAKING YOUR HOME MORE SUSTAINABLE"

You don’t have to be a contractor to be able to make some changes to your home that will make it greener and more sustainable for the years to come. There are many things that you can do that require little skill and sometimes just a willingness to change how you do things around the house will make a big difference.Over the next couple of months, Sonoma County Properties will give you at least one BIG thing you can do (this may require some skill or a cash investment on your part) and a few smaller things (that anyone can do) that will make a difference in your savings, comfort or “carbon footprint”. [Read more…]

Buying Local- #27 OF 100 REASON’S I LOVE LIVING IN SONOMA COUNTY

There are many reasons we here at Sonoma County Properties love living in Sonoma County, and among the top reasons is the abundance of fresh local produce and meats available here.

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There are lots of great reasons to buy locally produced food and products: [Read more…]

From Farm to Table-#24 of 100 Reason’s I Love Living in Sonoma County

From Farm to Table is not just a restaurant trend, but rather a way of life here in Sonoma County!

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Farm to Table refers to all stages of of food from growing, harvesting, storage, processing, packaging, sales, and consumption. It also refers to a movement concerned with producing food locally and delivering that food to local consumers. [Read more…]

Annual Slow Food Sonoma Summer Picnic Mixer

Sonoma County has one of the most active Slow Food Chapters in the USA. Part of what makes them so popular is that they hold terrific events. Coming up this month is their annual Sonoma Summer Picnic Mixer!

Sunday, July 22nd, you too can attend their Annual Summer Mixer, hosted by Slow Food Russian River.

image courtesy of Slow Food Russian River Chapter Facebook page

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Gravenstein Apples-#5 Reason We Love Living in Sonoma County!

ere in Sonoma County, August is Gravenstein Apple month.

Gravenstein Apples via Discover Our Festival.com

The Gravenstein Apple  is originally a variety of apple native to Denmark. The variety was discovered in 1669 as a seedling and there is some evidence that it may have originated in Italy and come north to Denmark. It is prized for it’s sweet tart flavor and is known as a good cooking apple. Because Gravenstein apples don’t keep well they are only available during their very short season from July to early August. They are grown here in Sonoma County California, in my home town, Sebastopol.    [Read more…]

Perserving Old Barns in Wine Country

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I love old barns!

They are just too cool. They are a symbol for a time gone past, they can be full of stuff collected over decades or just full of memories. Some are fully functioning farm and work barns and some are artisticly melting into the landscape. Napa and Sonoma County barns are all over the countryside. Of course they are usually on private property so one does not get to peak inside. We took some time over Irene’s birthday weekend to venture to the “other” part of California’s fantastic wine country. Being from Sonoma County, there are not that many reasons to go to Napa but it is just as beautiful there.    [Read more…]