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Santa Rosa

Santa Rosa is located just 55 miles north of San Francisco, and 30 miles east of the Pacific Ocean. This city is surrounded by over 200 wineries that have made the Sonoma Valley famous.

The county seat of Sonoma County, Santa Rosa is a beautiful gem that is home to over 150,000 people. This modest city in wine country has a wealth of restaurants, shops and other attractions that you’d expect to find in a much larger city. From spas to water sports, it is easy to understand why people are interested in owning Santa Rosa, CA real estate!

Like many cities of the Sonoma Valley, Santa Rosa was once inhabited by the Native Americans of this continent. With evidence of tribes such as the Pomo, Miwok, and Wappo Indians, the rich history of this city started centuries ago. The current city was settled in the 1800’s by the Spanish, as was the rest of the wine country area, and got its name when a Spanish Missionary was performing baptisms on the feast day of Saint Rosa. Going with the tradition of naming places after saints, the river, and eventually the settlement was named Santa Rosa.

In the early 1850’s, Santa Rosa was given attention from people passing through in search of some of California’s infamous gold. These people noticed the fertile soil and the beautiful weather, and began to build where present day Santa Rosa sits. The city was incorporated in the year of 1868, and has grown from that point on; becoming the beautiful city it is today. The historical value of this town combined with the friendly atmosphere makes Santa Rosa a wonderful place to purchase realty and to raise a family. Relocate to Santa Rosa.

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Healdsburg

If you long for small town charm, then Healdsburg, CA is for you! Healdsburg offers the best qualities of turn-of–the century community, yet with the ambiance of a European countryside due to its location in the heart of California wine country. The Healdsburg area has been compared to the finest wine-growing regions of France and Italy, both in quality of wine, ambiance, and environment.

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Windsor

Windsor, CA is located approximately 10 miles north of Santa Rosa, 40 miles northwest of Sonoma and 60 miles north of San Francisco on Highway 101. Whether you are a resident or just visiting, you will admire the beauty of the Windsor Area with its oak-covered hills and valleys, wineries and vineyards and beautiful community parks.

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Geyserville

In April, 1847, that intrepid bear-killer, William Bell Elliott, who had crowded many adventures into nearly half a century of living, received the surprise of his life.  Hunting grizzlies in the mountains of Sonoma County between Cloverdale and Calistoga, he came upon a narrow canyon which he thought surely must be the Gate of Hades. Packed between the barren, many-hued banks of the narrow gorge for a distance of a quarter mile were a number of hot springs, fumaroles, and steam vents, all appearing to smoke “like the ruins of a recently burned city.”  The Geysers which were not geysers after all, but gave our town its name, had been discovered. Geyserville is temperate year-round, surrounded by wineries, has a small population of 2,100, and elevation of 205. Family-run restaurants and charming bed and breakfast inns provide comfortable and tempting additional reasons for spending a day or a week in the area.

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Cotati

Cotati is located approximately eight miles south of Santa Rosa, nine miles north of Petaluma and 47 miles north of San Francisco near Highway 101. Named after a Miwok Native American village, Kota’ti, the peaceful-looking region with its rolling hills and colorful fields is primarily a residential community made up of agriculture and local business enterprise.

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Cloverdale

Cloverdale is located 85 miles north of San Francisco in the rich grape growing region of Alexander Valley.  With world-renowned wineries to the south and majestic redwoods to the north, Cloverdale is known for being the city “where wine country meets the redwoods.”  However, the city was named for the fields of clover that settlers found here when they arrived in the mid 1800’s.

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Rohnert Park

Rohnert Park is one of the first planned communities in the United States. The city was designed with families in mind, with the focus being on children. Each Rohnert Park neighborhood was designed around a city park and elementary school, and the tree-lined streets are connected by bikeways and walkways. The city is also home to Sonoma State University, which offers 9 credential programs and eight undergraduate and graduate certificate programs. Although the original designers focus was children, the needs of seniors were not left out. Rohnert Park staffs a Senior Center that is located adjacent to The Altamont, an active senior living complex. The senior living complex is within an easy walk to city transportation and shopping. Rohnert Park also offers plenty of employment opportunities. The city is located in the center of the 16-mile business corridor known as the Telecom Valley, one of the fastest growing telecommunications areas in the world.

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