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94931 Real Estate

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Below you will find a summary of properties for sale in Sonoma County's 94931 Zip Code (Cotati).

94931 Homes for Sale March 8, 2021
3
Listed
3
Avg. DOM
$449.66
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$599,000
Med. List Price
3 Properties
4
Beds
2F11/2
Baths
2,053
Sq.Ft.
1988
Year Built
1
Day on Site
321001916
MLS
Highly desirable Cotati location that rarely comes on the market. Tucked into a quiet and centrally located cul-de-sac, this home boasts an open floor plan with 4 upstair bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms and...
3
Beds
2
Baths
1,290
Sq.Ft.
1991
Year Built
6
Days on Site
321000042
MLS
Moments away from great shopping, dining, and green space! This Cotati PUD (with no HOA) is situated in a charming quiet side street just beyond downtown Cotati. Easy Access to North or South 101....
3
Beds
2
Baths
1,120
Sq.Ft.
1972
Year Built
6
Days on Site
321007969
MLS
Cute 3/2 home on a great street in Cotati. With in five minutes you can walk to downtown Cotati or Oliver's Market or Helen Putnam Park. Newer laminate flooring and carpet. Great natural light. Backs...

Sonoma County Zip Codes

Additional zip codes for Sonoma County are presented below. Once you find a zip code of interest, you can utilize our website to search for homes in Sonoma County by Zip Code.

94922 (Bodega) 94923 (Bodega Bay) 94926 (Cotati/Rohnert Pk) 94927 (Cotati/Rohnert Pk) 94928 (Rohnert Park)
94931 (Cotati) 94951 (Penngrove) 94952 (Petaluma) 94953 (Petaluma) 94954 (Petaluma)
94955 (Petaluma) 94972 (Valley Ford) 94975 (Petaluma) 94999 (Petaluma) 95401 (Santa Rosa) 
95402 (Santa Rosa) 95403 (Santa Rosa) 95404 (Santa Rosa) 95405 (Santa Rosa) 95406 (Santa Rosa)
95407 (Santa Rosa) 95409 (Kenwood) 95412 (Annapolis) 95416 (Boyes Hot Springs) 95419 (Camp Meeker)
95421 (Cazadero) 95425 (Cloverdale) 95430 (Duncan Mills) 95431 (Eldridge) 95433 (El Verano)
95436 (Forestville) 95439 (Fulton) 95441 (Geyserville) 95442 (Glen Ellen) 95444 (Graton)
95446 (Guerneville) 95448 (Healdsburg) 95450 (Jenner) 95452 (Kenwood) 95462 (Monte Rio)
95465 (Occidental) 95471 (Rio Nido) 95472 (Sebastopol) 95473 (Sebastopol) 95476 (Sonoma)
95480 (Stewarts Point) 95486 (Villa Grande) 95487 (Vineburg) 95492 (Windsor)  95497 (Sea Ranch)


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 a member of the Wine Country Modern Real Estate Team if we can assist you with the purchase or sale of real estate in Cotati.

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