This one-minute video offers a high-level overview of real estate activity in Pacific Union's Sonoma Valley region in the first quarter of 2017.
August 27, 2014 • Posted in Sonoma Valley
Once home to author Jack London, the tiny Sonoma Valley community of Glen Ellen will appeal to homebuyers seeking a small-town lifestyle surrounded by some of the Wine Country’s most breathtaking natural scenery.
In the days following Christmas, many shoppers hit the malls in droves to return unwanted gifts. Others in the Bay Area, however, may choose a more relaxing path: a trip to the beautiful Wine Country. No one knows the Sonoma Valley region quite like our real estate professionals, and they're happy to offer advice on the area's top spots.
Sonoma's East Side neighborhood offers an eclectic mix of vintage housing styles, with adobe-brick homes alongside Victorian and Craftsman properties. Many of the homes have mature landscaping and present a well-maintained, homogenous streetscape that is rare today.
Located on the southeast slope of Sonoma Mountain, Diamond A Ranch is a rural subdivision of about 200 homes that remains a favorite among horse lovers for its miles of equestrian trails.
This Spanish-Mediterranean retreat in Glen Ellen is every bit as captivating outside as inside. The home, guest house, art barn, and pool are surrounded by magnificent, professionally designed landscaping on nearly 9.6 acres of land with panoramic Wine Country views.
Looking for the perfect picks for Sonoma lodging, wineries, and fun things to do? We've got you covered. Our infographic brings you our best insider recommendations for sure-fire options for getaway success.
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