The next time you are taking a drive along the winery filled Westside Rd in the Russian River valley, keep your eye out for Felta Road. The turn into this small side street will take you into what is one of the most quietly beautiful neighborhoods in Healdsburg. Felta Road heads west from Westside Road […]
Doing good while you’re doing well. Wealth, whether newly achieved or a family legacy, carries opportunities that aren’t available to everyone. Choosing whether to endow a favored school, subsidize an opera production, or make donations to favored charities are all legitimate choices for those who can afford to be generous. Many people concerned with the
Dry Creek Valley has always been a favored address for permanent and part time wine country residents alike. These days, in addition to the famed Dry Creek zinfandel carpeting the valley floor and hillside vineyards, the valley is home to the dark blue of Healdsburg Sotheby’s International Realty signs (and others) marking some beautiful properties.
You would expect a county with a strong agricultural base and rapid residential development to have robust land sales. In fact, since July of 2005 there have been 171 Sonoma County land transactions valued over one million dollars, almost three transactions per month if you averaged them out evenly. Life is never as simple as
Just for the sake of argument, let’s call a million bucks a luxury cut-off for Sonoma County homes. Sure there are less expensive homes that are luxurious and there are far more expensive estate properties with dated, badly designed older homes that fail any test of Sonoma County luxury. Still, this assumption is for the