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Occidental is a picturesque village in western Sonoma County.  Situated along the Bohemian Highway between Freestone and Monte Rio, Occidental was founded in 1876 as a stop on the North Pacific Coast Railroad, which connected Cazadero to the Sausalito ferry in Marin County.  Originally designed to transport products and lumber between Western Sonoma County and San Francisco, the railroad became popular with vacationers who wanted to escape the San Francisco fog and the heat of the inland valleys, making many Sonoma towns, including Camp Meeker, Guerneville, Duncan Mills, Monte Rio, and Occidental trendy holiday destinations in the late 1800s and early 1900s. 

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Occidental Real Estate

Occidental Homes for Sale February 2, 2023
1
Listed
6
Avg. DOM
$519.69
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$1,650,000
Med. List Price
1 Property
3
Beds
3
Baths
3,175
Sq.Ft.
1992
Year Built
7
Days on Site
323003356
MLS
Serenity in Occidental and a lifestyle you won't regret. This incredible home is situated on 16+ acres of stunning redwood trees. A striking harmony of contemporary design and nature! This property...

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Today, these same towns are still popular with tourists who come to enjoy the beautiful redwood forests, rolling pasturelands, and outdoor activities along the Russian River, as well as the wineries and Sonoma lifestyle that make this area famous.  Occidental is also home to a small population of permanent residents, many of whom are artists, musicians, and craftspeople.  Good restaurants, unique shops and galleries, and a variety of events including concerts presented by the Occidental Redwood Arts Council are all a part of the charm and allure of Occidental.

Many of the original homes in Occidental were summer cabins and the Victorian style homes that are found in Occidental's very small downtown area.  The hills surrounding Occidental are studded with ranches, vineyard properties, cabins that evoke memories of Occidental's hippie communes of the 1960s, and beautifully designed custom homes created by prominent architects.

Occidental, California Real Estate

Many of the properties in the hills surrounding Occidental are on acreage, ranging from small plots to sizable parcels, offering a peaceful retreat from the everyday world. Whether you are looking for a permanent home or a weekend getaway in a scenic, rural corner of Sonoma County, Occidental just might have a home or land for sale that will suit you perfectly.

For more information about buying or selling a home or property in Occidental, or to learn more about real estate in Sonoma or Napa County, contact the Wine Country Modern Real Estate Team.

Occidental Homes for Sale

Occidental is a small Wine Country town that lies directly in between Santa Rosa and the Sonoma County coastline. With a population of right around 1,115 people, Occidential offers potential home buyers undeniable small town charm, and also a two-block “Main Street” that actually has a lot going on for a community this small. A Bohemian market, several small restaurants and cafes, a couple wine bars, a yoga studio, and a number of quaint little boutiques make downtown Occidental a pretty fun place to eat, drink, and shop, and it’s also pretty walkable too if you’re somebody who is lucky enough to live right near the center of town.  

Occidental Real Estate

Everybody has different needs and wants when it comes to buying a new Sonoma County home, but if you’re somebody who might be looking for a sprawling country home with lots of space, privacy, and peace and quiet, there are worse places to begin a home search than the city of Occidental, California. Farmhouses and cabins originally built pre-1950 are pretty common throughout the Occidental area, and even most newer construction houses built in town also have a distinct rustic flair that blends in perfectly with the region’s stunning natural landscape. Land for sale with a unique blend of woodlands and pastures also makes up a fair portion of the Occidental real estate market, providing buyers with an opportunity to build their own version of a dream home if they feel this might be the perfect place to one day call home. 

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