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Timber Cove is a Sonoma Coast hideaway located about 14 miles north of Jenner. A local landmark, familiar to travelers along the scenic Pacific Coast Highway, is Bufano's Obelisk, a 93-foot spire resembling a totem pole that towers over the bluffs adjacent to the Timber Cove Inn. Once the site of prosperous fur-trading and timber industries, the Timber Cove / Fort Ross area was settled by Russian fur traders in the early 1800s; and their influence can still be seen in some of the architecture of the area, including the historic buildings in Fort Ross.
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Today, Timber Cove is a popular spot for residents and visitors who enjoy the recreational opportunities provided by nearby parks. Hiking and horseback riding trails as well as fishing, SCUBA diving, picnicking, and tide pooling are all just a couple of miles up the road from Timber Cove in Salt Point State Park. To the south, the Sonoma Coast State Beach has scenic hiking trails; and the Russian River, which opens to the sea in Jenner, offers canoeing and kayaking. For the less athletically inclined, wine tasting is always an option at the Fort Ross Vineyard and Winery, which is only a few short miles away.
Many of the homes in Timber Cove are on the bluffs at the ocean's edge and are beautiful estates with spectacular views. As many of the seafront homes are custom built, there is no one predominant style, but most are elegantly contemporary. In the hills on the eastern edge of Timber Cove, homes are surrounded by redwood forests and have a more rustic feel.
Real estate in Timber Cove tends to be on the expensive side, as many of the homes in the area are custom homes. Timber Cove shares a zip code with Jenner; so if you are looking for a home or land for sale in Timber Cove, take a look at Jenner real estate.
To buy or sell a home in Timber Cove or Jenner, or to learn more about residential property in Sonoma or Napa County, please contact the Wine Country Modern Real Estate Team.
Timber Cove is a small census-designated place that feels remote, but it’s location along Highway 1 and the beautiful Sonoma County coastline still makes it easy to access from just about anywhere in Northern California. Like so many coastal communities nearby, there isn’t a whole lot to Timber Cove outside of a few scenic parks and protected nature preserves, but there is a local campground and boat landing spot here, as well as the famous Timber Cove Resort, which has long been considered one of the top romantic getaway spots in this part of the state.
Looking for a picturesque place to build a vacation home? Or how about a quaint cabin that sits in a location that’s both scenic and secluded? If so, Timber Cove in beautiful Sonoma County certainly isn’t a bad place to consider when starting your search. Plenty of vacant land opportunities are available in the Timber Cove area, and that definitely includes parcels with spectacular views of the oceanfront and coastline. Easy access to Salt Point State Park and all its hiking and horseback riding trails helps make Timber Cove a great spot for a weekend getaway property, and with some homes and cabins often priced below $500,000, it’s hard not to give it a serious look when weighing all your home buying options.