Welcome to a charming Cocati home offering a spacious floorplan and an ideal location. With three bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms, this impeccably maintained, 1,300-square-foot home was recently built in 2018, offering fresh features and a highly desirable lifestyle.
The home’s cheery blue facade includes a pathway, a beautifuul landscaped yard with colorful perennials and spacious front porch —a perfect place to enjoy morning coffee! Inside, the open great room includes a sitting area, dining area and kitchen. A ceiling fan and recessed lighting are overhead and windows let in abundant light. Hardwood floors add warmth and the space feels new and inviting.
The beautiful kitchen features stainless steel appliances—including a refrigerator with French doors and a gas range—white cabinetry, and a tile backsplash. The kitchen window above the sink provides backyard views and sliding glass doors open outside to the patio and garden, creating indoor/outdoor flow.
Each bedroom offers its own lovely comforts. The bathrooms are spacious and elegant. With a laundry area, air conditioning and a two-car garage you can enjoy a life of comfort and ease.
Located near Oliver’s Market, you will appreciate the convenient location, just five minutes from Sonoma State University and the SMART Train Station, with easy access to Hwy 101. Nearby neighborhood parks offer outdoor recreation and restaurants, coffee, and shopping are moments away. For those looking for fresh, turnkey living, this home exceeds expectations.
Hills, vineyards, towering redwood groves, and majestic oaks surround the city of Cotati's unique, downtown hexagonal square. La Plaza Park and its bandstand hosts a Kids' Day Annual Parade and Festival, a summertime farmers' market, the Cotati Jazz Festival, Oktoberfest and holiday cheer. Cotati's local flavor can perhaps best be experienced at the quirky Cotati Accordion Festival, which attracts thousands of aficionados of the instrument to La Plaza Park for a weekend of all things accordion. Cotati is also home to Sonoma State College and in 2017 the SMART train began full commuter service with it's new station on Cotati Ave. To maintain its small-town feel, Cotati residents voted in the 1990s to curtail growth by forbidding any annexation of land beyond a fixed urban boundary line. That ensures Cotati will remain a quiet residential community.
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