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The Plan Six model home was only offered in the final development phase of Creekside Village - Sonoma Valley's prestigious adult communiy development. It offered a larger living area than earlier models, and reflected the changing preferences of purchasers over the 10 years of community development.
The Fisher Development, Inc. was inspired by the renowned architect, Joseph Eichler, who developed destinctive residential subdivisions of Mid-century modern style tract housing in California.
Influences can be seen in the single story design, the use of natural light via skylights, expansive window areas, and minimalizm of unnecessary architectural elements.
The 2 bedroom, 2 bath, floorplan is approximately 2,015 +/- square feet. The living room has been expanded from the original configuration and features a valuted ceiling, a large "Sail" window, and opens to the central core of the home. An adjoining den can function as a third bedroom, but is equally appropriately used for home office, library, hobbies, or media.
The kitchen features newer stainless-steel appliances, cabinetry, stone counters, and LED spot lighting. The breakfast area is bright and spacious, and a large pantry provides extra storage.
The dining room is semi-formal opening to other living areas and overlooking a connecting redwood deck framed by lattice panels.
The master suite provides easy access to the rear patio and yard. A large walk-in closet is well organized and conveniently located by the dressing area. The master bath has been remodeled with newer shower enclosure.
Guest accommodations overlook the entry courtyard which provides an additional patio area framed and sheltered by evergreen shrubs.
Artistic mahagony flooring is found throughout the residence, except where wall-to-wall carpeting provides a softer and warmer touch.
Parking and storage are provided by an attached two car garage with interior access and storage cabinets.
You will find this property to be a place you may be productive, if working from home, or a sanctuary you will be eager to return to after a day of work or play.
A small town with a rich history, the center of the locavore food movement, and situated in the heart of Wine Country, the city of Sonoma is content to play country mouse to its more citified cousin, Napa. You won't find enormous tour buses disgorging hundreds of passengers in downtown Sonoma; the city of 10,000 residents is mostly laid-back and quiet.
Centered on what many call one of the most beautiful town plazas in the state, with its historic, preserved Mission that dates back to 1823, Sonoma has the feel of a small country town -- that is, if a small country town boasted more than a dozen tasting rooms of award-winning wineries. Surrounded by vineyards and more than 60 world-class wineries that mix the elegant with the down home, Sonoma is ground zero for great wine and the lifestyle that goes with it.
All that makes Sonoma a premier destination, sought after for its mellow pace, natural beauty, and proximity to San Francisco, just 45 miles south. Sonoma offers plenty of things to do, including jazz festivals, parades, cooking classes, the Sonoma International Film Festival, and exhibitions and openings at Sonoma Valley Museum of Art.
Spacious homes in the vineyards and rolling hills around Sonoma command spectacular views. Today, the multimillion-dollar estates of Sonoma range from Tuscan-style villas to more adventurous concrete and glass architectural statements.