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Below you will find a summary of properties for sale in Sonoma County's 95465 Zip Code (Occidental).

95465 Homes for Sale December 3, 2022
3
Listed
75
Avg. DOM
$607.00
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$999,950
Med. List Price
3 Properties
3
Beds
2
Baths
2,140
Sq.Ft.
1988
Year Built
86
Days on Site
322080543
MLS
Meander your way through West County backgrounds, while enjoying views of vineyards, hillsides and the majestic redwoods to this breathtaking private Chalet located at the end of country lane. This...
2
Beds
3
Baths
2,286
Sq.Ft.
1947
Year Built
40
Days on Site
322095497
MLS
Lots of sun and very private, nearly 10 acres surrounded by redwoods, well, water storage and solar panels. Huge cathedral style windows in the living room with wood burning stove. Nearly completed...
3
Beds
2
Baths
1,606
Sq.Ft.
1982
Year Built
102
Days on Site
322079122
MLS
Welcome to this delightful home nestled among the majestic Occidental redwoods. This charming rustic-style home presents 3bd/2ba 1606+/-sf on a 1.44+/- ac lot. Bright livingroom with open beam...

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)


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

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