Petaluma Antiques Store Closing; Listed at $3.9 Million with Adjacent Home

The property includes the storefront, an adjacent home and a barn. It is a dream space for lovers of great design and antiques.

For the past eight years, Laura and Robert MacDuff have operated French Salvage Antiques on the weekends and lived in the adjacent apartment. Now, they are closing their Petaluma business and selling the building.

For a lover of great design and French antiques, it is a dream property.

The building at 303 Bodega Avenue originated as a small bodega in 1918. It became Caulfield’s Grocery in 1925. The historic building now houses the storefront of the antiques shop, with beautiful pieces curated by Laura MacDuff. Just through a backdoor, is the living space.

The storefront, home and a newly built barn on the property is currently listed for $3,850,000.

The one-bedroom, one-bath living space is layered in antique finds: a caddy of silverware sits like art on a marble counter, a reclaimed wooden arch is a striking showpiece in the sitting area, a grid of vintage prints defines the office nook. Off to the side is a covered patio surrounded by citrus trees, a large table to gather around, a pizza oven, and a sideboard enhanced by a symmetrical layout of more salvaged finds. Behind all this is a newly built barn with two bedrooms and three bathrooms.

Click through the above gallery for a peek inside the home.

For more information about 303 Bodega Avenue, contact listing agent Bonnie Spindler, Corcoran Icon Properties, 415-552-9500, 415-706-6660,