1141 Village Way, Sebastopol, CA 95472, USA
1141 Village Way, Sebastopol, Ca 95472
This well maintained, 3 bedroom 2.5 bath home with 2 car garage, built in 1999 lies in a charming Sebastopol neighborhood. Enjoy mornings on your balcony watching the sunrise over the Laguna de Santa Rosa. The home features hardwood floors, vaulted ceilings, dual pane windows & the nice open floor plan allows you to enjoy & entertain company. The kitchen offers abundant counter & cabinet space, stainless steel appliances & extra pantry area. Upstairs lies the master bedroom with ensuite bath, the guest bath, and two guest bedrooms with views over the laguna. The yards feature beautiful low maintenance landscaping, raised garden troughs, chicken coop & decking. Under the main level are french doors that open to a large storage/work space. This desirable location is conveniently close to popular restaurants, markets, regional parks, wineries, breweries & more!
Surrounded by apple orchards and vineyards, and only 15 miles from both the Pacific Ocean and the Russian River, the western Sonoma County town of Sebastopol is chock-full of surprises. The more you spend time here, the more you realize the place holds a diversity of attractions that are rare in such a small community. You can shop for cutting-edge art or rare antiques, or take in the unusual street art. Hunker down in a beautiful spot and unpack a sumptuous picnic put together from the farmers market, your favorite winery discovery, and local artisan food shops.
Once considered just a “hippie” town, Sebastopol is now arguably the arts and creative center of West Sonoma County. Its hotspot is The Barlow, a $23.8 million culinary, wine, and arts center that spans 12.5 beautifully landscaped acres. You can explore its wine tasting rooms, craft breweries, art galleries, and even innovative, garage-style restaurants. But Sebastopol still has its earnest hippie soul, so banish any thoughts of chains: All tenants must be locals, making their own products. It’s so producer-driven that even much of the landscaping is edible and used in the restaurants’ food and cocktails. Sebastopol has a rich agricultural history, including Luther Burbank’s Experiment Farm, where the renowned horticulturist developed more than 800 varieties of fruits, flowers, vegetables, and grains beginning in the 1880s.
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Mary & Ariana Haufler