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Delightful country chic, totally remodeled, two bedroom home with private treetop deck. Living room features gas fireplace, WiFi and Comcast, piano, dining table for 6-8, and the kitchen has marble countertops, new appliances, and skylight. Remodeled bath, and two full bedrooms with queen beds and quality linens. Phone for local calls, washer/dryer and central heat and air. Featured in Spring 2007 Sonoma Magazine.
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Let me tell you about some local attractions. You can walk to Barking Dog Coffee to buy coffee drinks or freshly roasted beans. You can also walk to HotBox Grill (high end comfort food), El Molino Central (gourmet Mexican, beer only), La Hacienda (family Mexican, full bar), Big 3 (diner), Sante at Sonoma Mission Inn (pretentious and overpriced spa food). There is a convenience store to get milk etc across Hwy 12 at the end of Central Ave.
Glen Ellen has some excellent restaurants: Fig Cafe (no corkage), Star (everything cooked in a wood-fired pizza oven) and Glen Ellen Inn. You can get excellent Nepalese Food at Yeti in Jack London Village, also home to the great Olive and Vine restaurant and the new Aventine (Italian) with its rotating water wheel.
Kenwood Restaurant and Bar recently changed hands and is now doing excellent gourmet food.
On the Plaza, we like Cafe La Haye for romantic dinners, The Girl and The Fig, El Dorado Kitchen, Maya, and Harvest Moon. Epicurean Connection does good coffee, pastries and sandwiches.
We buy our groceries at Sonoma Market in both Sonoma and Glen Ellen. There is also a Whole Foods near the Sonoma Plaza.
Every tourist destination seems to have a kitchen and dining room store. Ours is Sign of the Bear, on the Plaza.
Highway 12 heading north provides access to some great wineries: Landmark, Imagery (great label art collection), BR Cohn (with great olive oil tasting room), Benzinger ( a little off the track), Ledsen, Kunde, Chateau St Jean, St Francis (chefs nights if you book well ahead), Ty Caton (tiny shared tasting room in the Kenwood strip), are some of our favorites. Sonoma’s East Side, anchored by Sebastiani is only 10 minutes away. Ty Caton is also here, along with MacCrostie, with our favorite chardonnay, as well as some great startup wineries. Big reds are further north, in Dry Creek Valley. Good pinots, whites and bubblies are 20 minutes away in Carneros.
If you want a delightful country morning walk, go to the Sonoma Regional Park, just past Imagery on Highway 12. There is a gentle paved 2 mile trail that takes you through beautiful oak forests and chaparral.