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Alexa Glockner
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490 Fallon Road

Petaluma, CA 94952

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490A : Hydrangea house and Walnut house + lots more.

What once was. Still can be had.

Once a small working farm the property has bits of yesterday. Acres of flat land. For horses or gardens or just making hay while the sun shines. A history of a hundred years. Dairy, butter and cheese perhaps.

490A : Hydrangea House-but you can rename it

The entire house is wrapped with a wide deck and blustered railings. Reduced to its beautiful bones and reborn with a renewed simplicity that is ready to make your own. Modern nostalgia.

This house opens up like a big birthday box.

Filled with natural light. It brings a smile. The beautiful cedar ceiling arches skyward. Earthy wood floors ground us with 1 inch X 8 inch wide engineered hardwood plank. A Hearthstone free-standing gas stove warms more than the heart. Do with it what you want. You could hang a porch swing inside!

Modern nostalgia.

The kitchen offers a counter island eatery. All counters are of marble. A real Wedgewood stove with 'built-in' oven period. Stainless steel farmhouse sink. A walk-in 'pantry' of course. Sub zero refrigerator. Miele dishwasher. A handy bath. All old farmhouse kitchens had one. A ceiling fan-so that you can be 'cool'.

Upstairs. Downstairs.

A simple spindled stairway off the kitchen is an easy way to escape upstairs. More wide open spaces. The upstairs is huge. Peek out the windows-see whats going on.

Two bedrooms. One is a master.

The master bedroom, simple put, exudes the elegance of simplicity. Heated programmable bath floors. Warms toes in the morning. 9 ft ceilings for long soaks in the freestanding tub at night. All shiny new and spanking clean.

A second bedroom with another beautiful bath.

All doors are craftsman solid. With oiled rubbed bronze hardware that open and close with a subtle wow. The wainscoting in both baths is nostalgic, yet so crisp-like a new picked apple. A shower roomy enough. A simplicity of design that you can make your very own.

490 A : Walnut House. The guest house perhaps.

The big tree is a walnut tree. Throwing shade in the summer; and leaves and nuts in the fall. Beautifully turnkey. Updated in and out. It feels and looks brand new. The wrap around deck goes from the front way round to the back. Neat.

Everything in a nut shell.

Barely 900 square feet, this house has it all. The front door opens into an inviting and open plan. Ten foot high ceiling over head. The Peruvian Piquia hardwood floors under foot. All the doors are solid craftsman wooden with high-end rubbed bronze hardware.

Home cooking. Or eat out.

Organics thrive in Sonoma and so will you. This happy-simple kitchen has a stainless steel farm sink and Kitchenaid 36" fridge and dishwasher. The counter is quartz. A ceiling fan that cools and heats. Clever. Easy access to Route 101. And the local coastal and farm fare abound.

Good night. And great mornings.

Living in the country. Dreams come true. The master bedroom has programmable heated bathroom floor. And a good-sized walk-in shower, beautifully tiled. Pine barn doors open into a generous closet.

A second bedroom and a bath.

Again. Barn doors open to a generous closet. Again, a good-sized walk-in tiled shower. All new baseboard heating keeps the entire house toasty. Ceiling fans circulate air; cooling can be a breeze. Speaking of breezes-did we mention the windmill? Down at the pond? At the far western corner of the pasture?

An overview. See the cute boxy building?

Could be a yoga studio. A place for writer's block to come undone. The Hydrangea house has a huge two car garage with a big tin roof. Store all kinds of stuff. And we haven't gotten to the old farm cook-house . . . and a live-in loft over the barn!

The barn has a live-in loft.

The live-in loft has a loft as well. It is a sleeping loft. With a shower-bath tucked under the loft. Double doors open onto a good sized deck. Almost a half-a-house. If you know what I mean.

The old farm 'cook house' is still worth its salt.

A fully functioning kitchen with huge Sub Zero fridge and freezer. Double ceramic farm sink, gas range and oven. In yesteryear, canning could preserve the future. Pie was very important. Plain and simple.

It is the land that is the canvas.

On a farm, the buildings and the spaces between them are magical. But it is the land that is open space. It is the land that is a buffer. Land is precious. Get some.