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Located just north of Windsor CA, Healdsburg is one of Sonoma County's most important wine centers. Healdsburg sits at the convergence of the Alexander, Dry Creek, and Russian River Valleys, which are three of the most productive AVAs (American Viticultural Area) in California, putting it in the heart of Sonoma County's wine country.
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Once an agricultural town, Healdsburg's sophisticated charm, great restaurants, and proximity to dozens of wineries have made it a destination for foodies and wine aficionados. Most of the local action revolves around the Healdsburg Plaza, which is lined with interesting shops and galleries, great dining, and wine tasting. The Plaza is also the hub of activity in Healdsburg and hosts a variety of fun events including an annual jazz festival, the summer concert series dubbed "Tuesdays in the Plaza", a farmers market, and an assortment of food and wine tasting events.
Healdsburg's location (it is close to Highway 101 for easy commuting and near the outdoor recreational opportunities found along the Sonoma Coast and the Russian River) makes it a popular place to live. Architecture in Healdsburg ranges from classic Victorian and Craftsman style homes near the city center to one-of-a-kind custom homes, created by such visionary architectural firms as Lundberg Design and Dowling Studios, on the outskirts. Sunset Magazine chose Healdsburg as the site for its 2012 Idea House: a Breezehouse prefab concept originated by architect Michelle Kaufmann and built by Blu Homes, a company that specializes in green, prefab homes.
Buying a home in Healdsburg is not for the faint of heart, as real estate in Healdsburg has become very desirable, which is reflected in pricing. Whether you are looking for an existing home for sale or land on which you can build your dream house, if you have a generous budget you might want to seriously consider Healdsburg as a contender for you real estate dollars.
For assistance in buying or selling a home or land in the Healdsburg area or for more information about residential property in Sonoma or Napa County contact the Wine Country Modern Real Estate Team.
The city of Healdsburg is everything you would expect from a scenic wine country town, with its picturesque landscape, friendly atmosphere, and charming downtown headlining its list of appealing characteristics. Not surprisingly, CNN Travel once mentioned Healdsburg as one of the six “Most Romantic Small Towns” in the country, and the city’s historic plaza in the middle of town acts as the perfect centralized gathering spot that continues to elevate the overall sense of community you feel once calling this lovely place home. When strolling around downtown Healdsburg, the assortment of small boutique hotels, quaint bed and breakfasts, and trendy boutique shops will undoubtedly standout, and the wide range of fabulous restaurants, cafes, and coffee houses also make living here a delight if you're somebody who loves eating out and having a nice mix of local cuisine right at your fingertips.
Healdsburg is where you’ll find some of Sonoma County’s most expensive home for sale, which says a lot for a region that’s filled with luxury homes and ultra-scenic landscapes. Sprawling vineyard estates with five or more bedrooms aren’t uncommon for a place like Healdsburg, and you can bet these Wine Country mansions also include all the bells and whistles imaginable too. Believe it or not, homes for sale in Healdsburg are regularly listed for between $3 million and $6 million, and some of the area’s priciest homes have been know to sell for over $10 million. But not every house on the Healdsburg real estate market requires such deep pockets, and many homes are also routinely available for between $600,000 and $800,000 as well.