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"Twin Palms" is a charming Eastside estate property rich in history. This Sonoma Valley retreat is located at the south east end of the valley, conveniently situated within three miles of down town Sonoma. The very best Sonoma and Napa Wine Country hotels, restaurants and wineries are within a 15 minute drive. Once owned by General Vallejo’s youngest daughter Marie and her husband James Cutter. Built in 1860 and recently remodeled with a designer's eye. This home is situated on +/-2 level acres with sweeping views in all directions of vines & rolling hills. It is said to be the last original stage coach stop in the county and is Sonoma Historic Landmark #16. There are over 6,000 square feet of usable indoor and outdoor space, with views looking East towards the Sonoma Mountains. The main house has 3 bedrooms and 3 baths but lives like a 4 bedroom. The property includes a swimming pool, tennis court and adjacent patio, complete outdoor bar and lounge, two outdoor covered living structures, an outdoor shower, an 800 square foot IPE hardwood deck, and a 1,000 square foot guest house. The main house is 3,000 square feet, and retains many of the original details: classic ceiling molding, original wood floors, and 11 feet high board and batten ceilings. The kitchen and bathrooms have been completely updated and include all the modern amenities. Truly a once in a lifetime opportunity. Picture perfect in every aspect.

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Sonoma
A small town with a rich history, the center of the locavore food movement, and situated in the heart of Wine Country, the city of Sonoma is content to play country mouse to its more citified cousin, Napa. You won't find enormous tour buses disgorging hundreds of passengers in downtown Sonoma; the city of 10,000 residents is mostly laid-back and quiet. Centered on what many call one of the most beautiful town plazas in the state, with its historic, preserved Mission that dates back to 1823, Sonoma has the feel of a small country town -- that is, if a small country town boasted more than a dozen tasting rooms of award-winning wineries. Surrounded by vineyards and more than 60 world-class wineries that mix the elegant with the down home, Sonoma is ground zero for great wine and the lifestyle that goes with it. All that makes Sonoma a premier destination, sought after for its mellow pace, natural beauty, and proximity to San Francisco, just 45 miles south. Sonoma offers plenty of things to do, including jazz festivals, parades, cooking classes, the Sonoma International Film Festival, and exhibitions and openings at Sonoma Valley Museum of Art. Spacious homes in the vineyards and rolling hills around Sonoma command spectacular views. Today, the multimillion-dollar estates of Sonoma range from Tuscan-style villas to more adventurous concrete and glass architectural statements.



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Daniel Casabonne

Daniel Casabonne

Realtor® AssociateSotheby's International RealtycalDRE# 01221013707.494.3130 mobile707.939.2222 direct707.935.3935 faxwww.DanielCasabonne.com

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