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325 Monte Vista Avenue
325 Monte Vista Avenue
Healdsburg, CA
2 Bedrooms
$1,750
750 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 08:45 PM
Recently remodeled 2 bedroom, 1 bath single level apartment in nice family neighborhood across the street from Healdsburg High.Tiled entry, living room, kitchen and bath, carpeted bedrooms, new windows throughout, off-street parking.
1 Unit Available
309 Olive Circle
309 Olive Circle
Healdsburg, CA
2 Bedrooms
$2,350
1200 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 09:55 AM
Spacious 2 bedroom 2 bath with 2 car garage in Private Cul de Sac-55+ - For a 3D tour, please use the following link! https://my.matterport.
1 Unit Available
144 Presidential Circle
144 Presidential Circle
Healdsburg, CA
2 Bedrooms
$2,800
1020 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 09:55 AM
Cozy Wine Country Rental - Welcome home to a furnished rental property on the south side of Healdsburg. The rental property is located at 144 Presidential Circle.
1 Unit Available
313 Sherman St.
313 Sherman Street
Healdsburg, CA
2 Bedrooms
$2,000
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
Charming 2 Bedroom Duplex Downtown Healdsburg - #ForRent Charming 2 bedroom, 1 bath duplex with small yard and 1 car garage. Washer/Dryer hookups near back door and kitchen. $2,000 a month. $3,000 Security Deposit. No pets.
Results within 5 miles of Healdsburg
1 Unit Available
8154 Luisa Way
8154 Luisa Way
Windsor, CA
3 Bedrooms
$3,125
1476 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 08:45 PM
West-side Windsor Vintage Greens single level 3 bedroom, 2 bath home. Laminate flooring in living room and hallway area. Carpet in bedrooms and tile and linoleum in baths.
1 Unit Available
8831 Cellar Way
8831 Cellar Way
Windsor, CA
4 Bedrooms
$3,600
2642 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 09:56 AM
8831 Cellar Way Windsor 95492 - 2,650 sqft 4 bedroom / 3 full bathroom plus den/study room in the Vintana neighborhood of Windsor.
1 Unit Available
1208 Pedroncelli Drive
1208 Pedroncelli Drive
Windsor, CA
3 Bedrooms
$3,400
1773 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 09:56 AM
Darling Single Level Three Bedroom, Two Bath Home - Beautiful home located within the Vintage Greens subdivision close to Windsor Golf Club and Wilson Ranch Soccer Park .
1 Unit Available
2342 Mill Creek Ln
2342 Mill Creek Lane
Sonoma County, CA
3 Bedrooms
$4,950
1816 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 09:56 AM
2342 Mill Creek Ln Available 09/25/20 Available 09/25/2020 - Live on Acreage in Healdsburg, Potential Horse or Livestock Property! - One-level home located on 7+ acres, down a private drive.
1 Unit Available
163 Decanter Circle
163 Decanter Circle
Windsor, CA
4 Bedrooms
$3,195
2182 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 09:55 AM
Nicely Maintained 4 Bedroom/3 Bathroom Home in the Vintana Subdivision - Pets Negotiable - Four bedroom, three bathroom two-story home located in the Vintana Subdivision.
1 Unit Available
9722 Starr Rd
9722 Starr Road
Windsor, CA
3 Bedrooms
$3,200
5 Bedrooms
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Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
Beautifully Furnished 3 Bedroom Property in Windsor! - This beautifully remodeled home features all brand new appliances, brand new furnishings and linens throughout. Lovely landscaped backyard for your enjoyment.
1 Unit Available
7924 Ferrari Way
7924 Ferrari Way
Windsor, CA
3 Bedrooms
$2,750
1476 sqft
Last updated June 25 at 05:37 PM
Lovely and well maintained home in Vintage Greens area of Windsor! Open layout with plenty of natural lighting. Spacious bedrooms, incredible master bedroom closet and bathroom. Includes large backyard perfect for entertaining.
Results within 10 miles of Healdsburg
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13 Units Available
Vineyard Creek
802 Vineyard Creek Drive
Santa Rosa, CA
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$2,345
1118 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$2,795
1375 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 06:35 PM
Vineyard Creek offers signature one, two, and three bedroom apartment homes in the heart of Sonoma County's Wine Country, conveniently located near Hwy. 101 in Northern Santa Rosa.
1 Unit Available
326 White Pine Court
326 White Pine Court , Larkfield-Wikiup, CA
Larkfield-Wikiup
3 Bedrooms
$2,550
1281 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 08:45 PM
Charming 2-level home built in the Larkfield area of Santa Rosa! Lots of natural light throughout home. Beautiful kitchen with cherry wood colored cabinets and stainless steel modern appliances.
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Creekside
5209 Old Redwood Highway , Larkfield-Wikiup, CA
Larkfield-Wikiup
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 23 at 01:04 PM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at Creekside in Larkfield-Wikiup. View photos, descriptions and more!
1 Unit Available
11134 Ice Box Canyon Rd
11134 Ice Box Canyon Road
Sonoma County, CA
2 Bedrooms
$1,800
1400 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 09:56 AM
River property. Sunny, newly remodeled, parking - Property Id: 340654 Beautiful property. Hillside setting 500 yards from Russian River. Newly remodeled kitchen and bathroom.
1 Unit Available
22565 River Rd
22565 River Road
Geyserville, CA
2 Bedrooms
$2,500
1100 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 09:56 AM
22565 River Rd Available 10/01/20 Cozy 2 Bedroom Rental in Wine Country - Welcome home to a cozy 2 bedroom home nestled in northern Sonoma County’s Wine Country.
1 Unit Available
10725 Old River Rd.
10725 Old River Road
Sonoma County, CA
3 Bedrooms
$2,835
1268 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 09:56 AM
Available 09/10/2020! Adorable Cottage in Forestville! - This cottage is located near the Russian River area. The home is a 3 bedroom 2 bath and features a spacious layout. One bathroom includes a clawfoot bathtub and the other a walk-in shower.
1 Unit Available
7920 Winter Born Way
7920 Winter Born Way
Windsor, CA
4 Bedrooms
$3,200
2109 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 09:55 AM
Spacious 4 Bedroom 2 Bath in Windsor - #ForRent 4 bedroom 2 bath home in Windsor with new carpet and fresh paint throughout. Kitchen is fully equipped with stove, refrigerator, microwave, and dishwasher. Washer dryer in laundry room.
1 Unit Available
11500 Mays Canyon
11500 Mays Canyon Road
Sonoma County, CA
3 Bedrooms
$7,500
1888 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 09:55 AM
Available August 24th! Furnished Spanish Villa on 6 Acres with Incredible Views! - Available August 24th! This lovely fully furnished Villa sits on a little over 6 acres.
1 Unit Available
1722 Willowside Road
1722 Willowside Road
Sonoma County, CA
3 Bedrooms
$4,000
2898 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 09:55 AM
1722 Willowside Road Available 10/01/20 Beautiful Mediterranean country home on large lot with beautiful vineyard views! - Showings will not be available until current tenant vacates on 10/1/2020 Beautiful Mediterranean country home on large lot
1 Unit Available
15271 Canyon 3 Rd
15271 Canyon Three Road
Guerneville, CA
2 Bedrooms
$2,200
700 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 09:55 AM
Available August 24th! Great Priced Two Bedroom in Guerneville! Pet Friendly! - Available August 24th! Cozy, cabin style home beneath the Redwoods. Offers 3 parking spaces, deck for entertainment and the storage shed is included for the tenants use.
1 Unit Available
3434 Woolsey Rd
3434 Woolsey Road
Sonoma County, CA
5 Bedrooms
$8,925
5800 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 09:55 AM
Immaculate Home on Vineyard in the Heart of Martinelli Winery! - Must See! This home provides both charm and modern touches.
1 Unit Available
15548 Riverside Dr.
15548 Riverside Drive
Guerneville, CA
2 Bedrooms
$2,800
2100 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 09:55 AM
15548 Riverside Dr.
1 Unit Available
5207 Old Redwood Highway
5207 Old Redwood Highway , Larkfield-Wikiup, CA
Larkfield-Wikiup
2 Bedrooms
$1,850
Last updated April 14 at 01:03 PM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at 5207 Old Redwood Highway in Larkfield-Wikiup. View photos, descriptions and more!
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City GuideHealdsburg
New-classic horror film Scream was filmed in the Healdsburg town square -- named by _Travel + Leisure _as one of the most beautiful in the country.
New-classic horror film Scream was filmed in the Healdsburg town square -- named by _Travel + Leisure _as one of the most beautiful in the country.

This area is along the Russian River, about 75 miles north of San Francisco. Settlers, drawn by the Gold Rush, didn't arrive until the 1850s. Healdsburg itself was founded on a property crime: Harmon Heald, a businessman from Ohio, had been squatting on Rancho Sotoyome -- a land grant belonging to someone else -- since 1850. He planned the entire town centered around a Spanish-style Plaza. The town finally incorporated in 1867. Orchards and small farms were the basis of the local economy through the 1940s.

Moving to Healdsburg

With fine wine and finer living, Healdsburg is a very desirable city thanks to its high quality of life. It's not quite as exclusive as other wine country burgs though, making it an attractive entry point to wine country living (though it's still wine country living in California, so, you know, entry points are relative). Plenty of residents here are renters and you'll find a healthy rental market going pretty much any time of year. While tourists are certainly the town's bread and butter, you don't need to worry about avoiding a high season in terms of rental competition. If you want to catch the grape harvest, aim for an August (white wine grapes like the Chardonnay) through October (red wine grapes like Syrah and Cabernet).

As with anywhere, if you want to rent an apartment in Healdsburg, you should come prepared with your credit history, references, proof of income, and money enough for first and last months' rent and a security deposit. Allow yourself a month or so to find your next rental home here -- that gives you enough time to get to know the city and figure out where you most want to plant your vines.

Moving to Healdsburg
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With fine wine and finer living, Healdsburg is a very desirable city thanks to its high quality of life. It's not quite as exclusive as other wine country burgs though, making it an attractive entry point to wine country living (though it's still wine country living in California, so, you know, entry points are relative). Plenty of residents here are renters and you'll find a healthy rental market going pretty much any time of year. While tourists are certainly the town's bread and butter, you don't need to worry about avoiding a high season in terms of rental competition. If you want to catch the grape harvest, aim for an August (white wine grapes like the Chardonnay) through October (red wine grapes like Syrah and Cabernet).

As with anywhere, if you want to rent an apartment in Healdsburg, you should come prepared with your credit history, references, proof of income, and money enough for first and last months' rent and a security deposit. Allow yourself a month or so to find your next rental home here -- that gives you enough time to get to know the city and figure out where you most want to plant your vines.

Healdsburg Neighborhoods

Do you like to pop next door to borrow a cup of sugar (or Pinot)? Or would you prefer to see nothing but forest and farmland out of your window? Healdsburg offers a variety of neighborhoods to suit your tastes. Here are a few recommended areas (though no neighborhood is a bad choice):

Downtown Healdsburg: Close to the town square, the events, farmers' markets, restaurants, boutiques, and pretty much everything worth walking to, Downtown Healdsburg is a highly desirable area and it shows in both availability and price point. You'll find the greatest variety of housing here, one bedroom apartments, 2 bedroom houses for rent, and a few rental condos as well. Don't expect palatial estates here in the historic city core.

North Area: North of the downtown area, this area is a great place to look for rental homes in a typical suburban setting. There's not much in the way of walkable restaurants or shops. It's not necessarily far from downtown, but a car is a handy tool nonetheless.

South Area: Closer to downtown, the southern area is home to basic amenities like grocery stores and some more general retail shopping. Slightly newer, this area is a good place to look for three bedroom homes for rent. There are a few condos and rental apartments here. Hop on highway 101 for easy access to other wine country towns.

Healdsburg Neighborhoods
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Do you like to pop next door to borrow a cup of sugar (or Pinot)? Or would you prefer to see nothing but forest and farmland out of your window? Healdsburg offers a variety of neighborhoods to suit your tastes. Here are a few recommended areas (though no neighborhood is a bad choice):

Downtown Healdsburg: Close to the town square, the events, farmers' markets, restaurants, boutiques, and pretty much everything worth walking to, Downtown Healdsburg is a highly desirable area and it shows in both availability and price point. You'll find the greatest variety of housing here, one bedroom apartments, 2 bedroom houses for rent, and a few rental condos as well. Don't expect palatial estates here in the historic city core.

North Area: North of the downtown area, this area is a great place to look for rental homes in a typical suburban setting. There's not much in the way of walkable restaurants or shops. It's not necessarily far from downtown, but a car is a handy tool nonetheless.

South Area: Closer to downtown, the southern area is home to basic amenities like grocery stores and some more general retail shopping. Slightly newer, this area is a good place to look for three bedroom homes for rent. There are a few condos and rental apartments here. Hop on highway 101 for easy access to other wine country towns.

Living in Healdsburg

Centered on a quintessential 19th century plaza, Healdsburg, California, is the meeting place for three of the world's most celebrated wine regions: the Russian River, Dry Creek, and Alexander Valley. A mecca for oenophiles, Healdsburg isn't all picturesque vineyards, tasting rooms, and fine dining. Okay, it mostly is. But there's plenty besides wine to toast in this town.

The Healdsburg climate is great for people who seem to enjoy the same sunny weather and moderate temperature as grapes. Winter months are rainy and mild -- grape-killing cold snaps are thankfully rare. Spring, summer, and fall are sunny, with temperatures hovering in the 70s and peaking in the upper 80s in July and August.

Obviously, you can spend most of your weekends visiting any of the 100 or so world-class tasting rooms featuring the best of Sonoma County wine. Life's a little slower here than in Napa. You'll have plenty of tourists joining you, but you're guaranteed the authentic wine experience here.

If you'd like some non-alcoholic agricultural products, you'll enjoy weekly farmers' markets offering hyper-local, seasonal fare in the downtown square. Rumor has it that many of the farmers can suggest the perfect pairing for that fresh chard or perfect heirloom tomato.

Music lovers should mark their calendars for the early summer Healdsburg Jazz Festival with local and national acts performing at a variety of venues. Athletes in Healdsburg like sports that can be played without the wine sloshing out of their glasses, making the annual Bocce Ball Tournament a popular event.

The Russian River provides plenty of recreational opportunities: kayaking, boating, swimming, fishing, or just floating along enjoying the sun. Events like The Great Russian River Race take advantage of the gorgeous setting and its natural challenges. The Pacific Ocean isn't too far away either, for those who like their water sports with salt.

If you work up an appetite, you're in luck: like much of wine country, Healdsburg draws some of the best and brightest in the California culinary arts. Mostly clustered around the Town Plaza, the dining scene here is vibrant and thriving. Wine bars, cafes, take out, white tablecloth fine dining -- there's something for every taste and price point here. The fancy, popular Dry Creek Kitchen celebrates its local setting by waiving corkage fees on any Sonoma County wine (sorry Napa appellations, you're out of luck). For a quick bite, check out Healdsburger, which earns rave local reviews. El Sombrero and Los Mares Market and Taqueria offer popular Mexican fare. For sweets, don't miss the Downtown Bakery and Creamery. And when you need pancakes at 6PM, head to Fireside Restaurant with a voluminous menu and breakfast served all day.

Besides basic amenities and services, Healdsburg is home to many clothes and gift boutiques around the Plaza. You'll never have trouble finding the perfect birthday gift at One World Fair Trade, offering home decor items and jewelry from around the world -- all ethically sourced. When you need to furnish your new rental home in Healdsburg, head to one of the many local antique shops to find that perfectly scaled dining room table or retro vanity table.

Living in Healdsburg
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Centered on a quintessential 19th century plaza, Healdsburg, California, is the meeting place for three of the world's most celebrated wine regions: the Russian River, Dry Creek, and Alexander Valley. A mecca for oenophiles, Healdsburg isn't all picturesque vineyards, tasting rooms, and fine dining. Okay, it mostly is. But there's plenty besides wine to toast in this town.

The Healdsburg climate is great for people who seem to enjoy the same sunny weather and moderate temperature as grapes. Winter months are rainy and mild -- grape-killing cold snaps are thankfully rare. Spring, summer, and fall are sunny, with temperatures hovering in the 70s and peaking in the upper 80s in July and August.

Obviously, you can spend most of your weekends visiting any of the 100 or so world-class tasting rooms featuring the best of Sonoma County wine. Life's a little slower here than in Napa. You'll have plenty of tourists joining you, but you're guaranteed the authentic wine experience here.

If you'd like some non-alcoholic agricultural products, you'll enjoy weekly farmers' markets offering hyper-local, seasonal fare in the downtown square. Rumor has it that many of the farmers can suggest the perfect pairing for that fresh chard or perfect heirloom tomato.

Music lovers should mark their calendars for the early summer Healdsburg Jazz Festival with local and national acts performing at a variety of venues. Athletes in Healdsburg like sports that can be played without the wine sloshing out of their glasses, making the annual Bocce Ball Tournament a popular event.

The Russian River provides plenty of recreational opportunities: kayaking, boating, swimming, fishing, or just floating along enjoying the sun. Events like The Great Russian River Race take advantage of the gorgeous setting and its natural challenges. The Pacific Ocean isn't too far away either, for those who like their water sports with salt.

If you work up an appetite, you're in luck: like much of wine country, Healdsburg draws some of the best and brightest in the California culinary arts. Mostly clustered around the Town Plaza, the dining scene here is vibrant and thriving. Wine bars, cafes, take out, white tablecloth fine dining -- there's something for every taste and price point here. The fancy, popular Dry Creek Kitchen celebrates its local setting by waiving corkage fees on any Sonoma County wine (sorry Napa appellations, you're out of luck). For a quick bite, check out Healdsburger, which earns rave local reviews. El Sombrero and Los Mares Market and Taqueria offer popular Mexican fare. For sweets, don't miss the Downtown Bakery and Creamery. And when you need pancakes at 6PM, head to Fireside Restaurant with a voluminous menu and breakfast served all day.

Besides basic amenities and services, Healdsburg is home to many clothes and gift boutiques around the Plaza. You'll never have trouble finding the perfect birthday gift at One World Fair Trade, offering home decor items and jewelry from around the world -- all ethically sourced. When you need to furnish your new rental home in Healdsburg, head to one of the many local antique shops to find that perfectly scaled dining room table or retro vanity table.

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City GuideHealdsburg
New-classic horror film Scream was filmed in the Healdsburg town square -- named by _Travel + Leisure _as one of the most beautiful in the country.
New-classic horror film Scream was filmed in the Healdsburg town square -- named by _Travel + Leisure _as one of the most beautiful in the country.

This area is along the Russian River, about 75 miles north of San Francisco. Settlers, drawn by the Gold Rush, didn't arrive until the 1850s. Healdsburg itself was founded on a property crime: Harmon Heald, a businessman from Ohio, had been squatting on Rancho Sotoyome -- a land grant belonging to someone else -- since 1850. He planned the entire town centered around a Spanish-style Plaza. The town finally incorporated in 1867. Orchards and small farms were the basis of the local economy through the 1940s.

Moving to Healdsburg

With fine wine and finer living, Healdsburg is a very desirable city thanks to its high quality of life. It's not quite as exclusive as other wine country burgs though, making it an attractive entry point to wine country living (though it's still wine country living in California, so, you know, entry points are relative). Plenty of residents here are renters and you'll find a healthy rental market going pretty much any time of year. While tourists are certainly the town's bread and butter, you don't need to worry about avoiding a high season in terms of rental competition. If you want to catch the grape harvest, aim for an August (white wine grapes like the Chardonnay) through October (red wine grapes like Syrah and Cabernet).

As with anywhere, if you want to rent an apartment in Healdsburg, you should come prepared with your credit history, references, proof of income, and money enough for first and last months' rent and a security deposit. Allow yourself a month or so to find your next rental home here -- that gives you enough time to get to know the city and figure out where you most want to plant your vines.

Moving to Healdsburg
+

With fine wine and finer living, Healdsburg is a very desirable city thanks to its high quality of life. It's not quite as exclusive as other wine country burgs though, making it an attractive entry point to wine country living (though it's still wine country living in California, so, you know, entry points are relative). Plenty of residents here are renters and you'll find a healthy rental market going pretty much any time of year. While tourists are certainly the town's bread and butter, you don't need to worry about avoiding a high season in terms of rental competition. If you want to catch the grape harvest, aim for an August (white wine grapes like the Chardonnay) through October (red wine grapes like Syrah and Cabernet).

As with anywhere, if you want to rent an apartment in Healdsburg, you should come prepared with your credit history, references, proof of income, and money enough for first and last months' rent and a security deposit. Allow yourself a month or so to find your next rental home here -- that gives you enough time to get to know the city and figure out where you most want to plant your vines.

Healdsburg Neighborhoods

Do you like to pop next door to borrow a cup of sugar (or Pinot)? Or would you prefer to see nothing but forest and farmland out of your window? Healdsburg offers a variety of neighborhoods to suit your tastes. Here are a few recommended areas (though no neighborhood is a bad choice):

Downtown Healdsburg: Close to the town square, the events, farmers' markets, restaurants, boutiques, and pretty much everything worth walking to, Downtown Healdsburg is a highly desirable area and it shows in both availability and price point. You'll find the greatest variety of housing here, one bedroom apartments, 2 bedroom houses for rent, and a few rental condos as well. Don't expect palatial estates here in the historic city core.

North Area: North of the downtown area, this area is a great place to look for rental homes in a typical suburban setting. There's not much in the way of walkable restaurants or shops. It's not necessarily far from downtown, but a car is a handy tool nonetheless.

South Area: Closer to downtown, the southern area is home to basic amenities like grocery stores and some more general retail shopping. Slightly newer, this area is a good place to look for three bedroom homes for rent. There are a few condos and rental apartments here. Hop on highway 101 for easy access to other wine country towns.

Healdsburg Neighborhoods
+

Do you like to pop next door to borrow a cup of sugar (or Pinot)? Or would you prefer to see nothing but forest and farmland out of your window? Healdsburg offers a variety of neighborhoods to suit your tastes. Here are a few recommended areas (though no neighborhood is a bad choice):

Downtown Healdsburg: Close to the town square, the events, farmers' markets, restaurants, boutiques, and pretty much everything worth walking to, Downtown Healdsburg is a highly desirable area and it shows in both availability and price point. You'll find the greatest variety of housing here, one bedroom apartments, 2 bedroom houses for rent, and a few rental condos as well. Don't expect palatial estates here in the historic city core.

North Area: North of the downtown area, this area is a great place to look for rental homes in a typical suburban setting. There's not much in the way of walkable restaurants or shops. It's not necessarily far from downtown, but a car is a handy tool nonetheless.

South Area: Closer to downtown, the southern area is home to basic amenities like grocery stores and some more general retail shopping. Slightly newer, this area is a good place to look for three bedroom homes for rent. There are a few condos and rental apartments here. Hop on highway 101 for easy access to other wine country towns.

Living in Healdsburg

Centered on a quintessential 19th century plaza, Healdsburg, California, is the meeting place for three of the world's most celebrated wine regions: the Russian River, Dry Creek, and Alexander Valley. A mecca for oenophiles, Healdsburg isn't all picturesque vineyards, tasting rooms, and fine dining. Okay, it mostly is. But there's plenty besides wine to toast in this town.

The Healdsburg climate is great for people who seem to enjoy the same sunny weather and moderate temperature as grapes. Winter months are rainy and mild -- grape-killing cold snaps are thankfully rare. Spring, summer, and fall are sunny, with temperatures hovering in the 70s and peaking in the upper 80s in July and August.

Obviously, you can spend most of your weekends visiting any of the 100 or so world-class tasting rooms featuring the best of Sonoma County wine. Life's a little slower here than in Napa. You'll have plenty of tourists joining you, but you're guaranteed the authentic wine experience here.

If you'd like some non-alcoholic agricultural products, you'll enjoy weekly farmers' markets offering hyper-local, seasonal fare in the downtown square. Rumor has it that many of the farmers can suggest the perfect pairing for that fresh chard or perfect heirloom tomato.

Music lovers should mark their calendars for the early summer Healdsburg Jazz Festival with local and national acts performing at a variety of venues. Athletes in Healdsburg like sports that can be played without the wine sloshing out of their glasses, making the annual Bocce Ball Tournament a popular event.

The Russian River provides plenty of recreational opportunities: kayaking, boating, swimming, fishing, or just floating along enjoying the sun. Events like The Great Russian River Race take advantage of the gorgeous setting and its natural challenges. The Pacific Ocean isn't too far away either, for those who like their water sports with salt.

If you work up an appetite, you're in luck: like much of wine country, Healdsburg draws some of the best and brightest in the California culinary arts. Mostly clustered around the Town Plaza, the dining scene here is vibrant and thriving. Wine bars, cafes, take out, white tablecloth fine dining -- there's something for every taste and price point here. The fancy, popular Dry Creek Kitchen celebrates its local setting by waiving corkage fees on any Sonoma County wine (sorry Napa appellations, you're out of luck). For a quick bite, check out Healdsburger, which earns rave local reviews. El Sombrero and Los Mares Market and Taqueria offer popular Mexican fare. For sweets, don't miss the Downtown Bakery and Creamery. And when you need pancakes at 6PM, head to Fireside Restaurant with a voluminous menu and breakfast served all day.

Besides basic amenities and services, Healdsburg is home to many clothes and gift boutiques around the Plaza. You'll never have trouble finding the perfect birthday gift at One World Fair Trade, offering home decor items and jewelry from around the world -- all ethically sourced. When you need to furnish your new rental home in Healdsburg, head to one of the many local antique shops to find that perfectly scaled dining room table or retro vanity table.

Living in Healdsburg
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Centered on a quintessential 19th century plaza, Healdsburg, California, is the meeting place for three of the world's most celebrated wine regions: the Russian River, Dry Creek, and Alexander Valley. A mecca for oenophiles, Healdsburg isn't all picturesque vineyards, tasting rooms, and fine dining. Okay, it mostly is. But there's plenty besides wine to toast in this town.

The Healdsburg climate is great for people who seem to enjoy the same sunny weather and moderate temperature as grapes. Winter months are rainy and mild -- grape-killing cold snaps are thankfully rare. Spring, summer, and fall are sunny, with temperatures hovering in the 70s and peaking in the upper 80s in July and August.

Obviously, you can spend most of your weekends visiting any of the 100 or so world-class tasting rooms featuring the best of Sonoma County wine. Life's a little slower here than in Napa. You'll have plenty of tourists joining you, but you're guaranteed the authentic wine experience here.

If you'd like some non-alcoholic agricultural products, you'll enjoy weekly farmers' markets offering hyper-local, seasonal fare in the downtown square. Rumor has it that many of the farmers can suggest the perfect pairing for that fresh chard or perfect heirloom tomato.

Music lovers should mark their calendars for the early summer Healdsburg Jazz Festival with local and national acts performing at a variety of venues. Athletes in Healdsburg like sports that can be played without the wine sloshing out of their glasses, making the annual Bocce Ball Tournament a popular event.

The Russian River provides plenty of recreational opportunities: kayaking, boating, swimming, fishing, or just floating along enjoying the sun. Events like The Great Russian River Race take advantage of the gorgeous setting and its natural challenges. The Pacific Ocean isn't too far away either, for those who like their water sports with salt.

If you work up an appetite, you're in luck: like much of wine country, Healdsburg draws some of the best and brightest in the California culinary arts. Mostly clustered around the Town Plaza, the dining scene here is vibrant and thriving. Wine bars, cafes, take out, white tablecloth fine dining -- there's something for every taste and price point here. The fancy, popular Dry Creek Kitchen celebrates its local setting by waiving corkage fees on any Sonoma County wine (sorry Napa appellations, you're out of luck). For a quick bite, check out Healdsburger, which earns rave local reviews. El Sombrero and Los Mares Market and Taqueria offer popular Mexican fare. For sweets, don't miss the Downtown Bakery and Creamery. And when you need pancakes at 6PM, head to Fireside Restaurant with a voluminous menu and breakfast served all day.

Besides basic amenities and services, Healdsburg is home to many clothes and gift boutiques around the Plaza. You'll never have trouble finding the perfect birthday gift at One World Fair Trade, offering home decor items and jewelry from around the world -- all ethically sourced. When you need to furnish your new rental home in Healdsburg, head to one of the many local antique shops to find that perfectly scaled dining room table or retro vanity table.