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Boyes Hot Springs Real Estate

Boyes Hot Springs is a small town in the Sonoma Valley.  Located just off Highway 12 between the towns of Sonoma and Glen Ellen, Boyes Hot Springs is part of a community that locals refer to as The Springs, due to the underground thermal mineral waters found in the area.

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Boyes Hot Springs Real Estate

The Springs - which includes Boyes Hot Springs, Fetter Hot Springs, El Verano, and Agua Caliente - was a popular tourist destination in the early 1900s when wealthy visitors came to the area to experience the curative powers of the hot mineral waters. Today, residents and visitors can still enjoy "taking the waters" and all the pampering associated with the local spas, as well as the pleasures provided by local wineries - which are plentiful in this part of Sonoma County's wine country. For outdoor recreation, Boyes Hot Springs is close to Sonoma Golf Club, as well as several regional and state parks that offer hiking and biking trails, tennis courts, and ball fields.

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Homes in Boyes Hot Springs offer a number of options, from luxurious contemporary homes in the hills surrounding the Sonoma Valley to condominiums, quaint cottages built in the early 1900s, and mid-century ranch style homes located in town.

Boyes Hot Springs, California Real Estate

Boyes Hot Springs has real estate to suit a variety of preferences and pocketbooks.  If you are looking for a home for sale in the wine country, consider checking out the real estate in Boyes Hot Springs.  Whether you are looking for a single-family home, condo, or vacant land for a prefab or custom-built home look at the listings in Boyes Hot Springs - and don't forget to check homes for sale in Sonoma, as well.  Because of their proximity, homes for sale in Boyes Hot Springs are occasionally listed as being in Sonoma.

For more information or assistance buying or selling a home in Boyes Hot Springs or nearby Sonoma, California, contact Wine Country Modern Real Estate. 

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Despite only encompassing about 1.1 square miles, Boyes Hot Springs is actually one of the more well-known places in all of Sonoma County thanks to the area’s widespread collection of hot springs pools and thermal waterways. Often clumped together with Fetters Hot Springs and Agua Caliente, the Boyes Hot Springs area as a whole presents a rather unique and inviting atmosphere that offers much more than just geothermal mineral springs, especially in and around the downtown area. It’s here you’ll find a quaint collection of tightly packed homes, hillside residences, and winding streets that all come together to form a closely-knit community that rarely leaves potential home buyers uninspired. And because Boyes Hot Springs is also a top tourist destination in Sonoma County, there’s also no shortage of small restaurants, cafes, and boutique shops scattered around town for local home owners to enjoy as well. 

Boyes Hot Springs Real Estate 

Small cottages and bungalows are actually quite prevalent on the Boyes Hot Springs real estate market, which helps make it a pretty affordable place to buy a new home. Although some of these charming little houses can be limited in terms of living space and total square footage, many also start in the low $400,000s, which is a great value for housing in Northern California. Every now and then you might find a newly built home in Boyes Hot Springs that features all the bells and whistles, and such homes have been known to jump up into the $2 to $4 million price range. But overall, look for most Boyes Hot Springs homes for sale to list somewhere between $400,000 and $800,000. 

Amenities & Attractions in Boyes Hot Springs 

For a small town that only has a population of about 6,650 people, there’s certainly plenty to see and do all around the Boyes Hot Springs area. The Sonoma Golf Club sits just outside of town and is easily one of the more scenic places in the region to squeeze in a round of golf, while the Montini Open Space Preserve offers some of the best outlooks of the Sonoma Valley that you’ll find anywhere, as long as you can make the 3-mile hike up to the top. As alluded to above, downtown Boyes Hot Springs also has a fabulous collection of restaurants, wine bars, spas, and locally-owned boutique shops that all help combine to form a vibrant and energetic atmosphere, and many attribute the city's thring downtown as a key reason why this particular par of Sonoma County continues to attract such a wide range of home buyers looking to live right in the heart of Northern California's one-and-only wine region. 

Local Schools in Boyes Hot Springs 

  • Altimira Middle School - 17805 Arnold Dr, Sonoma, CA 
  • Woodland Star Charter - 17811 Arnold Dr, Sonoma, CA

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