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Cool, 1938 Lodge-like, comfortable, waterfront home on the Russian River in the Sonoma wine country. Nestled among giant redwoods, within the Russian River Valley wine region, Summerland is on over two acres and is only 60 miles north of the city of San Francisco. A large hot tub overlooks the river.
There is a private, seasonal beach. Walk to canoe rentals. All kinds of activities are in the area from Sonoma Safari to Jenner by the Sea to Armstrong Woods.Adjacent to Guerneville, Jenner, Healdsburg, and Sebastopol.
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From $279 per night.
Note: Until confirmed, rates are subject to change without notice.
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This is perfectly situated near Healdsburg, Guerneville, Sebastapol, Freestone, and even a short drive to Calistoga and the Petrified Forest. Lots of wineries are within quick driving distance. Plus antique stores, a beach, canoe rentals. Great restaurants are all around the area. And you can drive out to the coast too.
Year Purchased: 2002
About the owner: I own two rental homes. One in Point Reyes/Tomales Bay and the other in Sonoma's Russian River.