Real Estate and Community Information
When you are looking for a new home that offers great scenery and 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.
Originally settled in the 1850's
during the California Gold Rush, the town was incorporated in 1902. The town's main industry was agriculture with apple orchards providing a steady source of jobs. The town soon began to develop mills, wineries and canneries with a steady growth of hotels, churches and schools being built to serve the population. The growth of the city as created a number of homes for sale to the home buyer
Sebastopol has a number of local parks and recreational activities, including the Skategarden Park and Finley Aquatic Center as well as the Ragle Ranch Regional Park with Bird Watching areas, Equestrian Trails, Hiking Trails, Playgrounds and Picnic Areas. The park also includes campgrounds with campsites. Bodega Bay on the Pacific Ocean is just 5 miles from town. For more about the local parks and recreation, go to: parks.sonomacounty.ca.gov
The town is also filled with attractions and activities for the home buyer to enjoy. There are several local wineries and vineyards in the area where you can enjoy wine tasting. You will also find exciting attractions like Luther Burbank's Experimental Farm for those who enjoy horticulture, Hale's Apple Farm, the Tibetan Art Gallery and the Sebastopol Center for the Arts. The town is within minutes of many other attractions and just an hour from all the activity around San Francisco Bay. For more, go to: http://www.sunset.com/travel/california/sebastopol-day-trip.
When you purchase real estate in town and are looking for local events to attend you will not be disappointed. The town features such things as the Farmer's Market, Branigan’s Turkey Farm, Skyline Chestnuts, Iron Horse Vineyards, Mom's Apple Pie shop and the local Apple Farms where you can stop and pick your own apples. The town is a place where food and art are celebrated and you will find plenty of both within a few minutes of the local homes.
When you want to check out the local properties and real estate, talk to Pat and Tim Miller.
They can help you find just the right homes for sale in the area.