Sonoma Real Estate – Historic Area

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Sonoma Real Estate - Historic Neighborhood

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Hard up against the western edge of Armstrong Estates is Sonoma’s Historic Overlay Zone, where restrictive zoning seeks to preserve the traditional Sonoma style, whatever recent generations believe it to be. The area is studded with stately heritage trees, deep lots that disappear into acres of backyards, a mix of Mediterranean, Victorian and Craftsman homes with never fewer than three bedrooms each and a prevailing commitment to a lifestyle of leisure and practical comfort.
Most commonly described by one word — Eastside — the historic zone is constantly argued over and the subject of endless planning commission appeals. Don’t even think about cutting down a tree without consulting your neighbors. That second-story addition you’re planning up against the property line? Forget about it.
But if you’re a successful professional — young or old — this is where you’ll probably want to live.   

Sonoma Real Estate – Historic Neighborhood

Sonoma Real Estate – Historic Neighborhood

Sonoma Real Estate – Historic Neighborhood

 

Sonoma Real Estate

Sonoma Real Estate

Sonoma Real Estate

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Tour around looking for Sonoma Homes for Sale

Tour around looking for Sonoma Homes for Sale

Sonoma is all about the wine. Everywhere you turn, you’ll spot undulating hills lined with rows of grape vines punctuated by grand architecture. Places like Jacuzzi Family VineyardsCline Cellars and Ravenswood Winery are some of the top-rated establishments. But travelers looking for a city fix will find it at the buzzy and historic Sonoma Plaza. Need a breath of California’s ocean air? Head to Sonoma Coast State Park to traverse the area’s many coastal trails. No matter how you spend your time in Sonoma, you’ll be hard-pressed to find anything but rest and relaxation.

Sonoma Real Estate – Historic Neighborhood

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Centered in the heart of town, the historic Sonoma Plaza is a must-do. Once a Mexican military station and a Spanish mission village, the 8-acre park is now lined with more than 100 shops, dozens of eateries, and more than 20 tasting rooms. What’s more, it’s a National Historic Monument. Recent visitors highly recommended spending some time here window shopping, wine tasting, dining and even letting the kids run around the on-site playground. Reviewers said the plaza’s atmosphere is both charming and family-friendly, and they suggested visiting on a Tuesday morning to take advantage of the weekly farmers market.

Sonoma Plaza is located in central Sonoma. Restaurants and shops have varying opening and closing times. Street parking is available, but with three-hour limits from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday. For extended parking options, consider leaving your vehicle in one of the free all-day lots located nearby, such as the one at First Street East, located across from the mission. For more information, visit Sonoma Plaza’s website.

Sonoma Real Estate – Historic Neighborhood

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