Presented by Margaret Schrock
Just steps from cafes, shopping, and all the westside has to offer, live the downtown Petaluma lifestyle in this stylish and well laid out Celsius 44 condo. This highly desirable floor plan lives like a single level with an attached tandem garage. Enter into an inviting living area with gas fireplace that flows into the open kitchen and dining areas. The first level also features a bedroom with plenty of natural light and en suite bathroom. Laundry/mudroom, powder room, and pantry complete this space. Upstairs there is a spacious flex zone for home office/exercise area/school stations, and 2 additional bedrooms with en suite bathrooms that are flooded with natural light and views of the Petaluma River and Sonoma Mountains. The loft's high ceilings, expansive windows, abundant storage, and refined industrial modern vibe make this property one hot commodity!
450 1st St, Petaluma, CA 94952
Located on Highway 101, south of Santa Rosa and north of Novato, Petaluma embodies the small-town charm that appeals to so many. Sunset Magazine described the downtown area as a “well-watered, well-fertilized, mature Main Street USA.” Residents are committed to maintaining the historical richness and colorful heritage of their town, which was chartered in 1858.
Petaluma figured prominently in the Gold Rush days because of its riverfront location. It was relatively unaffected by the 1906 earthquake; consequently, several buildings boast a history of a century and a half. Downtown Petaluma is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as are an additional 65 historical properties.
Hometown pride comes to the forefront frequently in the many fairs and festivals held throughout the year, the premiere event being the Butter & Egg Days Parade. More than 3,000 residents are involved in this unconventional yet highly entertaining event.
The Petaluma Village Premium Outlets attract shoppers from far and wide with nearly 50 shops available from Ann Taylor to Brooks Brothers. For the railroad hobbyists, the Petaluma Trolley Living History Museum is a must-see, and plans are afoot for the restoration of the Petaluma Trolley.
The hometown quality may be familiar to movie buffs. Peggy Sue Got Married, Phenomenon, Flubber, Pleasantville and Cheaper by the Dozen were all filmed, at least in part, in Petaluma.
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