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Marie Bradley presents:

Stunning Midcentury

$885,000

about this home's

Features

beds

3

baths

3

Interior

3

Lot

3

This unique and visually stunning midcentury home in a highly desirable and private area of eastern Santa Rosa has direct neighborhood access to the amazing trails of Howarth Park/Lake Ralphine, Spring Lake and views of the Mayacamas.

The home lives mostly as a vaulted, bright and open single level, with ample updates throughout its 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, spacious living areas and gorgeous year-round sunroom.  

Custom built-ins, large windows that artfully frame the stunning natural terrain.  

Through the french doors, you can enjoy the sun on the deck with views of the Mayacamas.

Situated on a little under a half-acre of majestic hillside oaks and low-maintenance, artistically curated terraces for tranquil enjoyment and al fresco entertaining.

It's tempting to not want to leave the splendor of this setting, and the home's seamless indoor-outdoor living,

 It's the perfect and hard-to-find combination of privacy among nature and yet convenient  to so many commercial offerings.

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(707) 337-3543
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Marie Bradley

Sotheby's International Realty

DRE# 02110659

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4678 Rocky Way, Santa Rosa

The largest city in Sonoma County, as well as the county seat, Santa Rosa offers all the amenities of urban life but is not far removed from the spectacular natural scenery that the Wine Country is famous for.
Old Courthouse Square is the center of downtown Santa Rosa and is surrounded by numerous shops and restaurants. Historic neighborhoods, including Railroad Square, West End, and Cherry Street District, give Santa Rosa its quintessential small-town feel. Old mansions and Victorians can still be found downtown near tree-lined McDonald Avenue, perhaps the most beautiful street in Santa Rosa.
The Fountaingrove and Shiloh neighborhoods and the canyons and hillsides surrounding the city offer the most prestigious homes for sale, and prices climb along with the elevation. Estates here are of the gated variety, built on large parcels of land and offer sweeping views of the valleys below.
Activities in Santa Rosa include the Charles M. Schulz Museum, dedicated to one of the city’s most famous former residents; Redwood Empire Ice Arena; and Safari West, a private African wildlife preserve just outside the city.
There is a growing technology footprint in Santa Rosa, though many residents commute to San Francisco -- a trek that has gotten easier thanks to the addition of carpool lanes and road-widening initiatives.