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Wine country farmhouse on 24 acres asks $1.95M

The 1920s farmhouse is located in Sebastopol in Sonoma County

Old farmhouse surrounded by trees.
The 1920s farmhouse sits on a two-parcel property measuring about 24 acres.
Photos via Sotheby’s International Realty

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Location: Sebastopol, California

Price: $1,950,000

Ever dreamed of leaving the big city for a quieter life in Northern California? If rustic wine-country-adjacent living is your thing, then you may want to consider this farmhouse in Sebastopol in Sonoma County about 52 miles north of San Francisco.

Originally built in the 1920s, the main farmhouse comes with a detached studio, an antique barn, a sauna, and matching cabin—all of which are situated on a 1.5-acre site. The home, however, is part of a two-parcel property totaling just under 24 acres.

The main residence is an updated farmhouse with two bedrooms, a full bath, large eat-in kitchen with dining area, and living room on the first floor, and a master suite with a wood-burning fireplace and private balcony on the second floor.

The afore-mentioned studio features two offices and a full bath on the main floor, and a large studio-cum-great-room with vaulted ceilings on the second, offering additional space for both work and play.

Glorious gardens, meadows, raised vegetable beds, chicken coops, and mature landscaping, whose pièce de résistance is the protected Sonoma County Heritage Oak Tree #45, provide a plethora of natural beauty. Located at 4650 Thomas Road right next to the Laguna de Santa Rosa, the property is offered at $1.95 million.

Via: Sotheby’s International Realty