490B : : ten acres + a house + long low barn + pond
Be out standing in your field.
Behind a beautiful automated Manilkara iron gate - 490B - fences and stands of eucalyptus trees define the edges of pastures and property. Manilkara wood fences from Peru articulate the country lane that leads to the long barn and pond.
Elm House stands between two mighty elm trees.
Might limbs and shoulders. To lean on. You are not alone. Bring a horse. Or two. Have a dog. This mini-farm can be your field of dreams.
The backdrop of rolling hills feeds the pond.
Always nice to have. It is in the north pasture. Down the lane. Wake up to a twitter that comes from a real bird. The bird house is especially for bluebirds.
Home sweet home.
This house is brand new -- but built on the back bones of yesteryear. That’s where it’s perky roofline comes from.
The great outdoors. The great indoors.
Welcome home. This - keep - it - simple - home opens its arms and gives you a hug. Clean-cut and cozy. Solid craftsman interior doors with hand rubbed oil bronze hardware. Slider doors to the back deck.
Modern open floor plan gleams.
Brand new hardwood floors of Piquia hardwood floors from Peru. Ten feet tall beamed ceilings. Simple stying open to interpretation. Yours.
Brand new kitchen. A wide walk-in pantry.
It says so on it’s own glass door! The warm white quartz counter island eatery—what fun. All new. Fireclay farm sink. SubZero, Miele, Panasonic Hydronic professional grade. The house glow
Sweet dreams . Happy mornings
The master bedroom’s clever closet doubles almost as a head board. The barn door to the master bath is part of the simple elegance that defines this brand new master bath. A stand alone tub, a walk-in shower with double-sink vanity Perfect..
Second bedroom with a bath is heaven.
Simplicity at its best. A stand alone tub, walk-in shower and petite vanity. Both baths have programmable heated floors and custom tiling.
Walk the farm.
That is what's said when you go out to check the fences. This is a good sized spread. But not too much. Bits of yesteryear are about. Learn how sustainability came naturally back then.
The long and low tin roofed barn.
600 feet of exquisite farm history. Made of wood famous for standing the test of time. The stalls probably for heifers. Or calfs. Will be fun to figure it all out.
Life is a breeze.
The wind mill is authentic. So is the pond. Always nice to have.
The beauty of this land.
It is flat. It is treed. It is surrounded by hills and it borders a Sonoma forever - protected land trust. Close to Highway 101. Near coast and villages and wineries and good schools. And it is yours. All yours.