My wine country home is nestled in a quiet, park-like setting, between Sonoma and Glen Ellen, a short drive from the Bay Area with immediate access to everything in the Sonoma Valley.
This is a corner home (approximately 1,200 sq. ft) with two bedrooms (queen sized beds in each), one bath and a private garage. The house comfortably sleeps 4 people.
The large backyard and deck has a gas barbecue and is perfect for entertaining, or just relaxing with a morning cup of coffee or afternoon glass of wine.
You will find top to bottom, all new furnishings. You will find cozy beds, down comforters, 100% cotton sheets, plush towels, new appliances, couches, tables, etc. TV w/deluxe cable, Wi-Fi, washer dryer... all of the comforts of home and so much more than a hotel room.
This home shares the large deck and grassy backyard with another home, also listed on Homeaway/VRBO. Depending on your needs, you can rent one or both homes. Renting both homes is perfect for larger groups traveling for a wedding, conference, retreat or multiple families just getting away together. If interested, please inquire about the discounted pricing when renting both homes.
Experience the best of all possible vacation worlds where you can enjoy total privacy in a spacious, remodeled, country home. You’re just 5 minutes from historic Glen Ellen, 15 minutes from downtown Sonoma and Santa Rosa, less than an hour from the beautiful coastline of Northern California, and, only 45 miles north of San Francisco.
Find yourself at home in the heart of Sonoma Valley with wineries, fine food, art, music, theatre, spas, shops, state parks, Jack London’s home, Infineon (Sears Point) Raceway, golf courses, horseback riding, balloon flights, biking and hiking all within minutes of your doorstep. Indulge yourself with a tour of Sonoma’s world-famous wineries; luxurious spa treatments; tour the countryside on bicycles; taste the flavors of Sonoma’s award-winning restaurants; explore historic sites in Sonoma County. Best of all, meet the friendly faces of the local community...at the open markets, at the festivals, at the museums and in the boutiques.