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Fulton is an unincorporated community just west of Highway 101 in the Santa Rosa metropolitan area of central Sonoma County.  Located about halfway between Rohnert Park and Healdsburg, Fulton dates back to the late 1800s when the completion of the North Pacific Railroad linked central Sonoma County with San Francisco.

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Surrounded by the vineyards that characterize the central Sonoma County wine country, Fulton is home to the Kendall-Jackson Wine Center, which hosts fun Sonoma-lifestyle events throughout the year, ranging from a Holiday Reception in December to the annual Gumbo Smackdown in February, and the summertime Heirloom Tomato Festival.  (Kendall-Jackson also has a tasting room in nearby Healdsburg.)

Although Fulton is small, and primarily agricultural, it is well located for commuting to Petaluma, Napa, or other North Bay locations.  It is also in a great spot for residents who enjoy the water activity found along the Russian River.  Many of the homes in Fulton are modest, mid-century ranch-style homes set on large lots or acreage and surrounded by vineyards.

Fulton, California Real Estate

If you have visions of living among the vineyards of Sonoma County, but have concerns about affordability, Fulton might make a great place to begin your search.  Although few properties in wine country are cheap, you might be able to find a nice little house for sale in Fulton that will fit your pocketbook and your vineyard dreams.

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Fulton Homes for Sale

Located in between the city of Santa Rosa to the southeast and the Sonoma County airport to the northwest, the small census-designated place of Fulton, California is perhaps most known for its small collection og wineries and vineyards, which include Fogline Vineyards, Old World Winery, and Robert Rue Vineyard & Winery. Further outside of town is where you’ll also find countless other wineries as well, which of course is the case for just about any city or town located within the Sonoma County boundaries. Fulton also sits just off State Route 101, making it easy to get to and from nearby Santa Rosa or just about any community off the Redwood Highway.

Fulton Real Estate 

With so much of the Fulton landscape dominated by vineyards and agriculture, homes for sale here tend to be few and far between. But if you do see something listed on the open market in Fulton, chances are it’s a ranch-style home or farmhouse that not only includes plenty of living space, but also plenty of open land surrounding the home as well, making it the perfect landing spot for anyone looking for a quiet rural atmosphere. Like most places in Sonoma County, look for most Fulton homes for sale to start somewhere in the mid to upper $600,000s and go up from there. 

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