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Petaluma, California

Real estate in Petaluma is always in demand. This charming and historic city is home to more than 58,000 people who enjoy its cultural attractions and natural beauty. With the help of local experts Pat and Tim Miller, a home buyer will find that there are several properties that fit their needs here. Most homes for sale are single-family dwellings, and some of them feature Victorian-era charm.

History

Petaluma may be relatively small, but it's made its mark on California history. The Coast Miwok tribe made a home here for centuries before an 1834 land grant gave the area to Mariano Guadalupe Vallejo. When gold was discovered in the Sierra Nevadas in 1849 white settlers from the east flooded the region. In addition to mining, many of the pioneers farmed the region's rich soil. Throughout the 1860s the city was one of California's largest. Eventually, it would earn the label "Egg Capital of the World" thanks to the amazing proliferation of chicken farmers and processing facilities. Agriculture still thrives here, but so do high-tech companies and many other business ventures.

Parks and Recreation

People living in homes in Petaluma enjoy fantastic parks and recreation facilities. The city oversees dozens of parks with features like playgrounds, sports fields, hiking trails, and off-leash dog areas. Portions of some of the parks are available on a reservation basis for holding birthdays, reunions, or other special events. Several recreation centers are available where people of all ages can take a class or participate in community activities. There are also public swimming pools and a marina.

Attractions and Activities

If you choose real estate here, you'll want to visit the Arts Center with its wonderful exhibits and events. The Mystic Theatre is the place to experience live music while the region's history is on display at the remarkably well-preserved Adobe State Historic Park. In the lively downtown quarter, people enjoy shopping, dining, and live entertainment. Active folks will love the yacht club and the Rooster Run Golf Club.

Events

The Art & Garden Festival blooms each July and everyone gathers for the Butter & Egg Days Festival in April. A chili cook-off, harvest days celebration, and the arrival of Santa's riverboat are other colorful events.

If you'd like to learn more about homes for sale here, contact Pat and Katie Miller. Properties in the area don't stay on the market long, so you need the help of these experienced professionals to find the perfect one for you.

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Rohnert Park, California

Rohnert Park is the fourth largest city in Sonoma County.  Located just 50 miles north of San Francisco. The town has a population of over 40,000 residents as of the 2010 census but with a motto like “The Friendly City,” you can rest assured that the larger population still boasts the small-town feel where everyone feels welcome. Any home buyer would enjoy the abundance of homes for sale at competitive prices throughout the town.

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Cotati, California

Cotati, California

Cotati is a small city in Northern California located just north of San Francisco between Petaluma and Rohnert Park. It is part of the San Francisco Bay area and is the smallest community in Sonoma County. This is an extremely diverse city that offers quiet living for people looking to raise children or retire.

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Sebastopol, California

Sebastopol, California

When you are looking for a new home that offers great scenery and is just a few miles from the Pacific Ocean, check out the properties available in Sebastopol CA. Just 5 miles west of Santa Rosa in Sonoma County, the town has a population of 7,596 as of 2010. The town has a rural environment but is just a few minutes from shopping venues and about an hour north of San Francisco. The town is also on the south end of the Coastal Redwood Forest.

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Santa Rosa, California

Santa Rosa, California

The city of Santa Rosa is located in Northeastern California just a short drive from Sacramento. This is the largest city along California's Northern Coast and the fifth most populated city that makes up the San Francisco Bay Area. Many major movies were filmed here including Scream, Cujo and Cheaper by the Dozen.

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Windsor, California

Windsor, California

The History of Windsor CA Real Estate Dates Back More Than 1,000 Years.

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