Tagged : Petaluma Real estate

Found 3 blog entries tagged as "Petaluma Real estate".

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I had the pleasure of representing the buyers, long-term clients and friends on the purchase of this hip, high tech and modern loft in the Historic District of Petaluma on the West Side next to the Theater District.  It has a great vibe! This 4 year old mixed use project is located near the river, surrounded by charming older homes turned into businesses, restaurants, street-side cafes, coffee houses, unique shops, movie theater and book store. 

Ultra-modern, the loft features 3 bedrooms and 3 full baths on three levels with an attached one-car garage.  There is a full bed and bath when you enter on the main level.  It has an open concept with a Chef's Kitchen/dining/living room on the second level with high ceilings, skylights and floor to ceiling

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51 Wambold Lane Petaluma CA 94952: SOLD!

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If you can't find the horse property you want in Marin, head to Sonoma County! My client wanted a flat parcel for horses and other animals and a single level home for the family with minimal upgrades needed.  After looking throughout Marin County we opened the search to Sonoma County and that's where we found this gem-51 Wambold Lane- closed at $1,087,500.

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Set on a little over an acre this property had it all; room for horses, 5 car garage space with car lift, beautifully remodeled single level home, gorgeous view and a huge bonus game room over garage.

I find that when a buyer expands their search area and opens their mind to a different outcome their dream home appears.

I am a firm believer

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There is something alluring about buying a brand spankin new home! No wear and tear, no lingering "energy", absolutely no trace of others what-so-ever. On a smaller scale but a similar scenario is buying a car. Even though I know it doesn't make financial sense, I like to buy new cars. I like that new car smell and prefer not to take on someone else's problems and possible negligence. You just never know what you are going to get.

Did the previous owners keep up with the maintenance? When will I have to replace the roof? Should I update the bathroom? With every resale home you take on at least one and sometimes many projects.

Even though no property is perfect, even new construction will have issues, it's comforting to start fresh in a

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