A three-bedroom, three-bathroom home at 105 G St. in Petaluma’s Waterfront District has hit the market for $1.8 million.
This burgeoning residential area along the Petaluma River, just south of downtown, features historic warehouses and newer residences, with a sprinkling of artisan shops and restaurants in between.
The modern home, designed by the late architect Warren J. Hedgpeth and built in 2004, has an unconventional layout: two three-story towers are connected via a breezeway with an outdoor patio at each level, including a rooftop terrace. There is an additional 132-square-foot studio next to the two-car garage.
The bottom floor has 380 square feet zoned for an office, a boutique or other business. The workspace includes an entry foyer, laundry nook, pantry storage and a full bathroom.
The 2,047 square feet of living space boasts design details like a three-sided glass fireplace, built-in shelves and plenty of tall windows that flood each room with light. Adding to the sense of spaciousness are 10-foot ceilings and a grand 18-foot cathedral ceiling in the breezeway and dining area.
Homeowners can leave the yard work behind and tend to just a few plants—towering bamboo, shrubs and climbing vines— that keep the patio areas lush and green. The home is designed for flexible and effortless living with easy access to Petaluma’s downtown.
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For more information on this listing, contact Rob Sullivan, Vanguard Properties, 707-772-9171, RobSullivanHomes.com