Imagine your own park in the heart of the Russian River AVA. This setting would make Luther Burbank proud. Gorgeous mature trees grace manicured grounds that surround the dwellings and back up to the 5 acre Chardonnay vineyard. Numerous outdoor venues provide ample entertaining options, or even an afternoon nap under the shade tree and afternoon breeze. If wine making is up your alley then there may even be potential for a small winery. Lots of charm and natural beauty spillover from this special property.
The main home is approximately 2,200 sqft with 3 bedrooms and 3 baths. There is a large living room, dining room, kitchen, den area and screened in porch along with two upstairs bedrooms. The home provides historical appeal and provides cozy elements meanwhile opening up to the outdoor entertaining area with a fire pit and bar-b-q.
Across the way is the 875± sqft one bedroom / one bath guest home. All the improvements are connected by wonderful pavers and walkways. Also nearby is the full size swimming pool and pool house.
The Russian River Appellation Chardonnay Vineyard has been professionally maintained and has a separate entrance. There is also a separate agricultural well for vineyard purposes.
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A number of additional improvements include a 3-car garage and workshop, storage room, 2-car garage and a large barn with RV storage. The property also has solar power providing an offset against the grid. There are two access points to the property, one from Willowside Road and the other from Piner Road.
The property is just minutes from shopping and dining with a central location in wine country. The Sonoma County airport is only 10 minutes away and the Golden Gate Bridge / San Francisco is just over an hour down Hwy 101. A wonderful place to call home and or nice getaway. Call today for a private showing.
15,000 vineyard acres
Earned AVA status in 1983
The Russian River Valley climate is sculpted by the regular intrusion of cooling fog from the Pacific Ocean a few miles to the west. Much like the tide, it ebbs and flows through the Petaluma Wind Gap and the channel cut by the Russian River through the coastal hills. The fog usually arrives in the evening, often dropping the temperature 35 to 40 degrees from its daytime high, and retreats to the ocean the following morning. This natural air-conditioning allows the grapes to develop full flavor maturity over an extended growing season – often 15 to 20 percent longer than neighboring areas, while retaining their all-important natural acidity.