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Located in the fertile Green Valley west of Santa Rosa, between Sebastopol and Forestville, the small town of Graton was established in 1905 and began as one of Sonoma County's first subdivisions, called Green Valley Ranch.  In the early years, Graton had a booming economy supported by agriculture and logging.  By the mid 1900s, however, logging had waned in Sonoma County and the apple orchards, processing plants, and canneries that sustained Graton faced serious competition from apple farmers outside the area.  A few vineyards gradually replaced the apple orchards; and the town of Graton became derelict - and almost forgotten.

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Graton Real Estate

Graton Homes for Sale October 21, 2021
2
Listed
10
Avg. DOM
$559.01
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$874,500
Med. List Price
2 Properties
3
Beds
4
Baths
1,840
Sq.Ft.
1982
Year Built
17
Days on Site
321062835
MLS
Downtown Graton, a quick stroll to great restaurants, this well located easy to maintain large flat lot carries two separate houses of different architecture. The first single level single family...
2
Beds
2
Baths
1,350
Sq.Ft.
1946
Year Built
6
Days on Site
321097366
MLS
Charming, vintage, single-story home PLUS huge redwood shop/garage/office/future ADU! Sited on .4 acres in an idyllic location just one block to excellent restaurants, antiques, wine tasting, art,...

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Today Graton is still a modest, unassuming town - but efforts by community-minded citizens have revitalized the quaint downtown with art galleries, specialty shops, and a few good restaurants.  Residents of Graton are friendly and welcome people from all walks of life - from farmers to musicians and artists, professionals, and retirees.  In addition to the calendar of community events, Graton residents enjoy easy access to the many pleasures of living in Sonoma County; the Sebastopol Golf Course is next door, the Russian River is just minutes away, and several regional parks are nearby.

Homes in Graton are an eclectic mix of ranches, cottages, and traditional single-family houses built throughout the past 100 years, from the early 1900s to present time.  The community of Graton is close to Sebastopol, Santa Rosa, and Rohnert Park - making it a good choice for commuters who are looking for a friendly, rural lifestyle without straying too far from the comforts of the city.

Graton, California Real Estate

The listing price for real estate in Graton tends to be comparatively affordable by Sonoma County standards.  If you are looking for a home for sale in the wine country that doesn't have a hefty price tag, Graton might have a piece of real estate that is perfect for your taste and your budget.

For assistance in buying or selling a home in Graton, or to learn more about buying or selling a home, condo, or property in Sonoma or Napa County, contact the Wine Country Modern Real Estate team.

Graton Homes for Sale

Although Sonoma County is loaded with charming small towns that all have an abundance of character, it’s hard to imagine a more pleasant place to live in the area than the tiny town of Graton. Located just north of Barlow and only about 10 miles directly east of Santa Rosa, Graton is a pretty bustling town despite having a population of only about 1,700 people. Downtown Graton features a fabulous mix of cafes, bistros, wine bars, and even a few highly-touted restaurants that are well known all throughout the Bay Area, and anything else you can’t find here will surely be at your fingertips over in nearby Santa Rosa, which is significantly larger and has a population of over 175,000 people. 

Granton Real Estate 

Overall, Granton lives like a small town should and is full of pleasant tree-lined streets and plenty of single-family homes, cottages, and bungalows that rarely leave potential home buyers disappointed. Depending on where you live, taking a nice stroll through downtown never really gets old, and homes on the outskirts of town also have lots of extra space and privacy, ultimately giving home buyers something for just about any lifestyle. Smaller cottages and bungalows in Granton usually start around the mid-$600,000s, while traditional single-family homes with a bit more living space usually jump up into the $800,000s and beyond. 

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