Many possibilities present themselves among the rolling hills of this picturesque ranch in the Petaluma Gap Appellation of Sonoma County. Numerous acres of rolling hills, gentle slopes, your own private valley, and a creek await to be discovered. The ranch is located just under 40 miles from the Golden Gate Bridge with easy access to San Francisco and other parts of the greater Bay Area.
Many Options to Pursue
The property sits in the newest Sonoma County Appellation, the Petaluma Gap. The area is known to produce excellent Pinot Noir and Chardonnay wine grapes . A past viticultural study shows there may be up 15 acres of premium vineyard land. This LEA zoned property also lends itself to horses and equestrian activities along with other livestock or agricultural pursuits. The land is suitable for hiking, mountain biking or just enjoying the tranquility. There are several world class estate building sites to choose from, with breathtaking views of the surrounding hills and or over the Petaluma River. The property consists of two legal parcels with zoning that could allow the potential for a total of three parcels.
The current residence is a vintage 1,865± SF victorian style home with 4 bedrooms and 3 full bathrooms. The redwood home has been updated from its original 1908 construction but maintains the traditional high ceilings, tall windows, generous room sizes and an updated septic system. Live in the home while building out the property or as a multi-generational family compound, or use for guest accommodations, or perhaps a tasting room with the right entitlements.
Dating back to the ranch’s history as a small dairy there are multiple outbuildings in varying condition. In addition there is a horse stall and shelter with an attached paddock.
Easy As 1,2,3
Access to the ranch could not be easier. Located close to the Hwy 101 corridor yet a world away. Getting to the property is a snap and downtown Petaluma is just a few minutes away. The best of both worlds.
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Presented at $3,940,000
4,000 Vineyard Acres
Top Varietal: Pinot Noir
Approved as an AVA in December 2017, this area in southern Sonoma County and northern Marin County is noted for the afternoon wind and fog that comes from Bodega Bay on the coast and passes through the hilly areas and into San Pablo Bay, cooling the vineyards and allowing the fruit a longer hang time to give more flavor.