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Friends of Lafferty Park announces that Bonnie Mitsui, owner of a 630-acre ranch adjacent to Lafferty Park, covering much of the top part of Sonoma Mountain, has offered to donate a trail easement across her ranch to the State of California, provided the state assists in opening Lafferty Park to the public, and endeavors to connect Lafferty via her trail to Jack London State Historic Park on the northeastern slope of the mountain.
Westside Charm -- Downtown Storefronts on the Petaluma River - LOCAL NEWS
Petaluma has a turn-of-the-century downtown with iron front buildings that line the Petaluma River waterfront. Petaluma has many different views... below is a tranquil setting in West Petaluma reminiscent of the way it started when called the "Chicken Capitol of the World". many years ago. Horse lovers still love it here today.
Petaluma has certainly grown up and transformed into a florishing community. In the year 2000, it has been christened with a new name, "Tele-com Valley". Many large communication companies are located in the business parks of Northern Petaluma. Eastside of Petaluma has developed over the past few decades. Petaluma also has it's own small plane Airport.
Petaluma is 40 miles north of the Golden Gate Bridge and only 12 miles from the Sonoma Valley.  Petaluma is the first town you come upon only six miles after leaving Marin County on Hwy 101.  Petaluma gives you a choice to live in the country or in a suburban community.  As a city, Petaluma offers many varieties of housing.  Westside of Petaluma has many Victorian Homes within walking distance to colorful downtown that is also known for the multitude of Antique stores. You can still get land for horses and other farm animals in the rolling hills of the Westside.
Some highlights on the East side include a small plane Airport, Santa Rosa Junior College Campus Extension, a Golf Course, a Beautiful Marina & boat docks, Gorgeous Lucchessi Park, the Petaluma Valley Hospital, plus original ranches still surround newer suburbia homes. 

Homes are more affordable in Petaluma than they are in it's neighboring Marin County.  An entry level 3/2 home in Petaluma may start at $365,000.-$408,000.  Prices on the Westside may start slightly higher for a vintage home.  Prices may be slightly less if you don't mind doing some remodeling or needed maintenance.  Home Prices have a vast range from $335,000 - $1,500,000 for single family homes here in Petaluma.  We do have our share of million dollar homes ...even without acreage.

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West Petaluma Victorian
MARKET WATCH - Petaluma is in a sellers market. Inventory is very low below the $400,000 list price range and increases slightly as you go up in price. On the Westside (historic area) demand is high even up to $600,000. On the eastside (Newer side) homes up to the $650's that are under ten years old are in high demand.   HOUSE HUNT SEARCH FORM        RELOCATION TOOLS +    FOR  SALE


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