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Santa Rosa is the Sonoma County seat and the largest city in the North Bay, which includes Napa, Sonoma, and Marin Counties. Located 55 miles north of downtown San Francisco, Santa Rosa is surrounded by all that is exciting about Sonoma County: redwood forests, lakes and rivers, vineyards and wineries, and scenic back roads and byways that offer easy coastal access.
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Santa Rosa has garnered national attention by being listed by Forbes as a great place for doing business, for careers, and education. Santa Rosa's downtown area is home to great restaurants, shopping, and a variety of fun events throughout the year; and the city's great location makes it a perfect launching pad for all sorts of wine country activity from winetasting and epicurean adventures, to hiking and biking in nearby parks and open spaces, river rafting and fun along the Russian River, or enjoying the rugged beauty of the Sonoma Coast.
Santa Rosa is a city of unique neighborhoods, each with its own personality. As is true in any city, homes in Santa Rosa come in a wide range of price and style, from inexpensive single-family homes to fancy condos in town and estates on acreage on the outskirts of Santa Rosa.
Real estate in Santa Rosa offers the homeowner (or prospective homeowner) plenty of options, from older homes close to the city center to stunning contemporary homes and country estates in the rolling hills and valleys surrounding Santa Rosa. If you are looking for a fashionable home in the perfect wine country location, keep your eye on homes for sale in Santa Rosa.
To find out more about buying or selling a home or condominium in Santa Rosa - or for more information regarding residential real estate in Sonoma or Napa County - contact the wine country real estate experts at Wine Country Modern Real Estate.
Santa Rosa is a bustling city that lies right in the heart of wine country, not far from popular destinations like Napa, Sonoma, or even anywhere in nearby Marin County. Acting as the county seat, Santa Rosa is easily Sonoma County’s largest city and now has a population of well over 174,000 people. In addition, San Francisco is only about 55 miles south of Santa Rosa, making it a great suburban location to call home without ever being too far from plenty of big city amenities and attractions to enjoy as well.
As a mid-size city, housing options are certainly more plentiful and diverse in Santa Rosa than in many of Sonoma County’s smaller towns. Single-family homes still make up the bulk of the Santa Rosa real estate market, but buyers aren’t just limited to luxury homes or sprawling vineyard estates with a multi-million price tag. Instead, plenty of more affordable cottage and bungalow style homes are found all over the Santa Rosa area, including some that are even priced in the upper $400,000s and lower $500,000s. But on the flip side, there's also no shortage of higher-end homes and hillside mansions scattered throughout Santa Rosa too, which sit mostly on the outskirts of town so home owners can enjoy lots of open space and sweeping views of the magnificent natural landscape that helps define Sonoma County as a whole.
Annadel State Park lies just outside of Santa Rosa, which is noted for its miles of hiking, mountain biking, and horseback riding trails, as well as for all the variations of wildflowers that on display each and every spring and early summer. And thanks to all the shopping, dining, arts, and cultural attractions that fill out downtown Santa Rosa, many also view this bustling city as perhaps the best place to stay when out and about exploring other parts of the Wine Country region. Oh, and if you only happen to visiting Santa Rosa rather than looking for a home in town, also don’t forget to stop by the Children’s Museum of Sonoma County, which happens to be one of our favorite tourist attractions in the entire Bay Area.