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Located in the center of Sonoma County's Telecom Valley, between Petaluma and Santa Rosa, Rohnert Park is the third largest city in Sonoma County. Built on the site of what was once the Rohnert Seed Farm, Rohnert Park is a planned city, originally modeled after a similar venture in Levittown, Pennsylvania.
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Rohnert Park's beginnings as a community of neighborhoods created a suburban style city, with no specific downtown. Instead of a city center, each neighborhood in Rohnert Park is defined by a public park and school, offering a family-friendly environment with plenty to do for residents all ages - from tots to seniors. A system of bike trails links the neighborhoods; and tennis courts, swimming pools, a golf course, and special recreational programs provide year round activity. Sonoma State University, situated to the east of Rohnert Park, is home to the Green Music Center, a world-class facility that has been named one of the 10 most beautiful music venues in California.
Construction of Rohnert Park began in the late 1950s, resulting in a mid-century sensibility for many of the homes in the area; and detached single-family ranch-style homes are plentiful, although the occasional condominium, multi-family, or manufactured home does come on the real estate market. Today, development of Rohnert Park continues with Sonoma Mountain Village (SOMO), a 200-acre mixed-use neighborhood that proclaims itself to be "one of the greenest neighborhoods in the world". Upon completion, this eco-community will feature luxury homes, lofts, and condos that are environmentally friendly.
Real Estate in Rohnert Park is surprisingly affordable, given its wine country address and convenient commuter location on Highway 101, just 45 miles north of San Francisco. Come take a look at homes for sale in Rohnert Park if you are in the market for a conveniently located home in central Sonoma County.
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Nicknamed “The Family-Friendly City,” Rohnert Park is one of the more attractive places to begin a home search in Sonoma County, especially if you’re hoping to avoid some of the more tourist-heavy spots like Napa or Sonoma. With a population of around 41,000 people, Rohnert Park actually started out as one of the first planned communities in the country believe it or not, and today it’s grown into a quiet, safe, and highly-desirable city to plant some roots and enjoy a quintessential suburban lifestyle. Notable attractions in town include the Spreckels Performing Arts Center, the 128-acre Crane Creek Regional Park, and also Sonoma State University, which truly has one of the most picturesque campuses of any college or university in the U.S.
Rohnert Park is one of Sonoma County’s largest cities, and its real estate market certainly reflects that too. Townhouses and condos in Rohnert Park make for a great entry-level option, or perhaps a unique opportunity for anybody in Wine Country looking to downsize. But as a thriving suburb that continues to grow, single-family homes generally dominate the housing landscape, providing potential buyers with everything from cozy cottages and bungalows to custom estate homes with all the best finishes. Many of the one-level homes in Rohnert Park start in the upper $500,000s, also making it one of the Bay Area’s more affordable communities, or at least one that’s large enough to provide residents with lots of amenities and things to do.