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Healdsburg real estate options range from modern to classic styles. With modern subdivisions, affordable housing, and upper end homes with stunning views of Healdsburg’s surrounding hills and vineyards, Healdsburg real estate has something for everyone. This area offers an eclectic and charming lifestyle offering wine, food, laughter, and fun. Healdsburg real estate encompasses beauty, charm, and relaxation.

Healdsburg real estate is located in the heart of three of Sonoma's most important wine-producing regions: Russian River Valley, Dry Creek Valley, and Alexander Valley. Healdsburg was originally home to the Pomo Indians. The town was named after Harmon Heald, an entrepreneur from Ohio, and it was incorporated in 1867. It is home the Healdsburg Museum, a landmark listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Because of its noted beauty and charm, Healdsburg is often compared to Tuscany adding even more distinct qualities to the surrounding real estate.

The location of Healdsburg real estate is distinguished by its natural environment. The town promotes recycling by the use of the Healdsburg Transfer Facility. The city encourages a quiet environment with the creation of the Noise Element of the General Plan. The town square is the center of entertainment that hosts a jazz festival every June and weekly bands that play all summer long. Beyond the town square there is an abundance of outdoor recreational activities that include biking, canoing, camping, hot air balloon rides, and much more. The charming personality of the town embodies Healdsburg real estate. For those who love to shop the town offers world-class shopping, a wide variety of antique shops, as well as numerous art galleries. There are many dining options varying from bistros and cafes to world-class dining. Healdsburg real estate offers the finest things in life: fun, food, music and good wine, and a variety of shopping and restaurants that would satisfy anyone. Healdsburg offers small town individuality with an abundance of activities for locals and tourists alike making this a sound real estate investment.

 

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The City of Sebastopol known for its small town charm is a small semi-urban community about an hour north of San Francisco.  The hub of West Sonoma County , it is ideally and centrally situated in the heart of rolling hills of apple and wine country.  Sebastopol real estate is only 20 minutes from the Pacific Ocean, Bodega Bay and other coastal recreation areas while also being near the city of Santa Rosa, the popular Russian River and several state parks.

It is still known as the Gravenstein Apple Capital as it produces the majority of the world supply.  The area is also becoming a well- known wine producing area with several award winning wineries.  The city hosts an annual Apple Blossom Festival and Gravenstein Apple Fair.

Other points of interest around Sebastopol real estate include great restaurants, the Laguna de Santa Rosa and many biking, hiking and walking trails.

 

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