An amazing opportunity on the Gateway corridor of the Sonoma Valley Wine Country! A rarely available 10 +/- commercial acres with 4 contiguous, expansive parcels. Endless opportunities abound and encompass this limited commercially zoned property. Located along the main corridor between San Francisco and Sonoma/Napa Valleys with high traffic counts and excellent exposure. Traveled by 22,000 +/- vehicles daily, this stretch of highway shares world renowned wineries and event centers such as Cornerstone Shopping and Marketplace, Sonoma Sky Park, Viansa Winery, Cline Vineyards, Jacuzzi Cellars, as well as Gloria Ferrer and just north of Sonoma Raceway.Included are 2 single family homes plus a 5500 +/- commercial structure currently occupied by the “Fruit Basket”, Sonoma’s longtime landmark, open-air fruit and vegetable market. With breathtaking views of the surrounding vineyards, 45 minutes to the Golden Gate Bridge, and 4+/- miles to the historic Sonoma Plaza, this location is the perfect fit for your next venture.
Surrounded by verdant vineyards that define Wine Country, gorgeous mountains that provide breathtaking views, and the dramatic backdrop of protected Sonoma wetland space. San Francisco and the Bay Area at large are rich with incredible destinations that include everything from world-class restaurants, award winning wineries, cutting edge galleries, museums and art installations, as well as a myriad of musical and theatrical venues. Add jaw dropping scenery and superlative recreational pursuits to this already impressive list and the “Wow” factor is off the charts.
Sonoma Valley, named U.S. News and World Report’s Top Small Town to Visit in 2017, is just 35 miles north of the Golden Gate Bridge with these commercial parcels located at its Southern end. Reachable by private plane, Sonoma Valley Airport is mere minutes away, just across the highway, along with the Napa jet center is 25 minutes to the East, and the larger Santa Rosa Airport to the North, can be reached in just 30 minutes.
For decades, the greater Bay Area has been a mecca for all sorts of recreational pursuits. People are drawn here for the sporting and lifestyle adventures that are plentiful year round. Indulge yourself in a practiced sport or challenge yourself with something new. There is something for everyone including outstanding hiking, top-notch mountain and road biking, noteworthy surfing, golfing, camping and kayaking, sailing and boating, fishing of all sorts, horseback riding, wildlife photography, and more.
Situated in the Los Carneros American Viticultural Area (AVA), these commercial parcels amidst of some of the world’s most prized vineyards. Known for exceptional quality Champagne, Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, the wineries of the Carneros region produce memorable and collectible wines. Just up the road, historic Sonoma Plaza was once the scene of the legendary Bear Flag Revolt where General Mariano Vallejo was stripped of his command of the pueblo of Sonoma by a band of insurgents. The Bear Flag Republic existed for just 25 days before the Bear Flag was lowered in Sonoma Plaza and replaced by the American flag. Both still fly in the Plaza today. A visit to General Vallejo’s home is a lovely way to spend an afternoon. A state park within easy reach of the Plaza, the historic home is a draw for locals and visitors alike. In addition to its world class wineries, Sonoma is home to countless activities. The eight-acre Plaza is famed for picnicking. Nearby Arnold Field plays host each summer to the town’s own minor league baseball team, the Sonoma Stompers. The Sonoma Valley Museum is another favorite with exhibits from around the world. Situated between the Sonoma and Mayacama Mountain ranges, Sonoma is also known as the Valley of the Moon, once home to the Coast Miwok and the Pomo tribes. According to legend, the land is where the moon nestled, hence the name. During the summer months, warm thermals bring coastal fog over the mountains, bathing Sonoma in cooling breezes. Sonoma Valley, one of the “Best Kept Secrets”!!