Make this uniquely gorgeous Sonoma Mountain parcel home to your wine country estate. This stunning parcel is worthy of a beautiful home and development with all the amenities of a great estate. Perfect, top quality location is in Southern Sonoma County, just 45 minutes from the Golden Gate Bridge. Close enough for a daily commute, so you can live here year round or use it as an easily accessible weekend retreat!

The sundrenched property enjoys southern exposure and offers 60 +/- acres of breathtaking views that overlook vineyards and all the Petaluma Valley. By day, you have a clear view all the way to Mt. Burdell and Mt. Tamalpais and can survey all the beauty of Sonoma and Marin counties from this knolltop location. But as the sun sets, you feel how really special a place this is. The hills are afire with the fading light and the land changes color from one day to the next. Stop. Listen. Breathe. You become one with the natural world as you watch the red tail hawks soar above and deer graze the land. By night, the landscape perks up with city light views of charming Petaluma and you will hear the owls calling from their nests on the property. The gently rolling hills are studded with oaks with four seasonal creeks and are fully fenced. Bordered by acres of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, you have the benefit of spectacular landscaping with no maintenance!

One of the rare and coveted undeveloped parcels in the area, this lot is the perfect blank canvas- ready for your dream home with an ample producing private well, direct road access and a four bedroom pre-perc test. Live on or off the grid and in a totally sustainable way, if you wish.

And what a great investment! This usable land is in the Williamson Act, which gives a terrific reduction (nearly 90%!) on your property taxes. There are so many things you can do here, like agriculture, livestock, farmstay or horses. There will never be a better time to realize your dream of owning a luxury estate in the heart of wine country!

  • 60 acres +/-
  • Ample water
  • Views
  • Williamson Act