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Built in 2000 (with recent improvements) this "Shadow Creek" floor plan is sure to impress the most discriminating of buyers.
The residence is tucked into a cul-de-sac and offers 3,833± square feet of living space with 5 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. 1 bedroom and full bathroom are located on the main level.
A private, park-like rear yard (10,596± sq.ft. ~ 0.24 of an acre) boasts a sparkling pool and lush landscape which complete this impressive property.
Features include (but not limited to) dramatic 10’ and 20’ ceilings; extensive custom Harringbone patterned hardwood flooring; High-end chandeliers; crown molding; plantation shutters; Viking appliances and granite slab counters in the sizeable Kitchen; Designer paint schemes throughout; Exterior painted in 2016; Dual Zone Heating & A/C; 3-car garage; and so much more.
Fox Hollow (adjacent King's Mill) is a community of 28 impressive residences with all the luxurious amenities one desires. Bordering the lush, natural tree-lined Lynch Creek, Fox Hollow is removed from the hectic pace of urban contemporary life.
The Fox Hollow community boasts highly-rated, coveted schools; and is surrounded by an unmatched variety of recreation possibilities.
Rooster Run golf course, Baseball fields, State and Community parks, and historic downtown Petaluma with its impressive Theatre District and Riverfront are all nearby.
The community lies North of San Francisco (approximately 40 minutes to the Golden Gate Bridge); is within easy reach of the Sonoma coast or world-renowned Wine Country; and is just minutes to shopping (such as Trader Joe’s, Raley’s, the Outlet Mall, and more), numerous gyms, high-scoring schools, hospitals, and local airport.
All this adds up to a community which serves your needs and makes Fox Hollow an exceptional neighborhood, a choice location for living and a place to call home.
Originally founded in 1852, Petaluma is fast becoming one of the most desirable places to live and work in the Bay Area. Years of thoughtful planning have resulted in a community where homeowners share a strong sense of pride while enjoying a friendly, relaxed lifestyle.
Many of the North Bay's finest restaurants are found in Petaluma; and cultural events throughout the year offer entertainment that's unique to Sonoma County.
Long-time residents will remember Petaluma as the "Chicken Capital of the World." Hundreds of chicken farms once operated on the outskirts of town. Today, Petaluma retains its rural feel, but those chicken farms have given way to vineyards and intimate housing developments for the approximate 60,000 residents who appreciate the access to relatively affordable homes and the direct commute to San Francisco.
The quaint riverfront city with Victorian charm is home to more than 600 businesses and 65 historical properties. Annual events include the Butter & Egg Days Parade, Victorian Holiday events, Semi-Annual Antique Faires, the Great Petaluma Quilt Show and the Arts & Garden Festival (just to name a few).
One can leisurely stroll through the downtown district of graceful Iron Front buildings of the 1800s while dropping in on many of the antique stores, clothing boutiques, gift shops and art galleries which are housed in historic buildings.
SHOP * SIP * DINE * EXPLORE