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West Petaluma living at its finest. See the gorgeous transformation of this remodeled home with spectacular views located at the end of a quiet road. Sitting on .75 acres, this 3 bedroom / 2 bath home features an ideal open floor plan that flows seamlessly to your ~1100+ sqft Redwood, wraparound deck via panoramic doors. The chef’s kitchen includes top appliances, wine fridge, quartz countertop, farmhouse sink, bar seating and plenty of storage. Also on the main floor, three bedrooms and two full baths including the primary suite that enjoys sunny views, deck access and a full bath with dual vanity and shower heads. The possibilities are endless with the lower level. Use as a family room and office or easily convert to an in-law suite with separate entrance (buyer to investigate). The home is complete with solid Oak hardwood floors, air conditioning, recessed lighting, ~450 sq ft of finished storage space and a two car garage with electric car charge.
Old-timers will remember Petaluma as the egg basket of Sonoma County. Thousands of chicken farms once operated on the outskirts of town. Today, Petaluma retains its rural feel, but those chicken farms have given way to vineyards, and increasingly, housing developments for residents who appreciate the access to relatively affordable homes and the direct commute to San Francisco 35 miles south on Highway 101. If there is a single word to describe Petaluma and its homes, it is “picturesque.” The older part of town to the west of Highway 101 has retained many of its old Victorian homes, the former mansions of the chicken barons. Petaluma's commercial core is on the National Register of Historic Places. The central shopping district, mainly two-story stone buildings, has recently undergone a revitalization that includes an emphasis on downtown living. Dozens of antique shops operate in the old-town district. Petaluma is graced with a riverfront -- once the third-busiest in California -- that has been restored, as well as a river walk. The galleries along the river showcase works from some of the best artists in the North Bay. Restaurants along the river provide a perfect place to gaze at sailboats as they pass through the distinctive D Street drawbridge. The annual Butter & Egg Days Parade & Festival, held in April, hearkens back to a simpler time.