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825 Pensive Court
825 Pensive Court
Napa, CA | Central Napa
2 Bedrooms
$2,800
Last updated January 25 at 12:53 PM
LARGE 2 MASTER SUITE HOME + LOFT IN NAPA - This well situated home in Sheveland Ranch is large and roomy. Large living area is separate from bedroom areas. One bedroom/bathroom suite is downstairs and has a walk-in closet.
1 Unit Available
4414 Dalton Drive
4414 Dalton Drive
Napa, CA | Linda Vista
4 Bedrooms
$3,500
1926 sqft
Last updated January 25 at 12:53 PM
Updated Four Bedroom North Napa Home - This spacious four bedroom home is a must see! Located in North Napa, close to parks and schools, this home has been updated to include all new paint, new granite kitchen counter tops, new upstairs carpet,
1 Unit Available
3093 Encanto Drive
3093 Encanto Drive
Napa, CA | Vintage
4 Bedrooms
$3,950
Last updated January 25 at 12:52 PM
Single Level North Napa 4 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms, Large Yard and Sparkling Pool - This vintage single level, roomy Salvador Park home in North Napa, has been impeccably cared for, updated, and ready to move in.
1 Unit Available
42 First Street
42 1st Street
Napa, CA | Alta Heights
2 Bedrooms
$2,695
928 sqft
Last updated January 25 at 12:52 PM
Renovated Alta Heights Home - Renovated two bedroom home located in the desirable Alta Heights neighborhood. This property is within minutes of Downtown shops, restaurants and Oxbow.
1 Unit Available
2100 Lone Oak Ave
2100 Lone Oak Avenue
Napa, CA | Pueblo
Studio
$1,750
279 sqft
Last updated January 25 at 09:43 AM
This fantastic green studio is located in the city of Napa, with gardens, pool, spa but tugged away as if you are living away On back of the main house. 5 minutes to almost everything. Walking distance to and enjoy hikings too.
1 Unit Available
2705 Soscol Ave # C
2705 Soscol Avenue
Napa, CA | Beard
2 Bedrooms
$2,000
940 sqft
Last updated January 25 at 08:09 AM
Close to all major shopping centers such as Walmart, Target, Marshals, Home Depot. The unit is newly painted with brand new carpet. Refrigerator, washer and dryer, cooking range and oven are news, all are less than 6 months old.
1 Unit Available
889 Laguna Street
889 Laguna Street
Napa, CA | Beard
3 Bedrooms
$1,600
1337 sqft
Last updated January 25 at 08:09 AM
This family neighborhood has its own elementary school and is conveniently located near all parts of Napa including: restaurants, shopping, wineries, schools and the freeway! Newer windows, newer roof, newer granite countertops, real hardwood
1 Unit Available
1790 Pine St
1790 Pine Street
Napa, CA | Central Napa
2 Bedrooms
$2,550
1100 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
Beautiful Home - Near downtown Napa - Property Id: 172732 This beautiful charming home is now available. 2 bedroom 1 bath with SS appliances, washer and dryer in unit. 1 car garage. Walking distance to downtown Napa. Terms: Rent: $2,550/mo.
1 Unit Available
2982 1st St.
2982 1st Street
Napa, CA | Westwood
3 Bedrooms
$3,200
2217 sqft
Last updated May 14 at 09:36 AM
Beautiful 3 Bedroom 2 Bath Home in Napa - 2982 1st St is a house in Napa, CA 94558. This 2,217 square foot house sits on a 0.29 acre lot and features 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. Fenced in yard. Central heat and air. This property was built in 1925.
1 Unit Available
1040 Marina Drive
1040 Marina Drive
Napa, CA | Central Napa
2 Bedrooms
$2,000
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
Light and Bright 2 bedroom 1.5 bath in Napa - Quaint, Adorable, Charming and bright. This 2 bedroom 1.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Sonoma. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include California College of the Arts, University of California-Hastings College of Law, Golden Gate University-San Francisco, California Institute of Integral Studies, and University of San Francisco.
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City Guide

Sonoma
Orange crate art was a place to start / Orange crate art was a world apart / _Home for two with view of Sonoma / _Where there's aroma and heart / _Memories of her orange crate art _- From "Orange Crate Art" by Brian Wilson
Orange crate art was a place to start / Orange crate art was a world apart / _Home for two with view of Sonoma / _Where there's aroma and heart / _Memories of her orange crate art _- From "Orange Crate Art" by Brian Wilson

If you're a fan of wine, you probably already know a bit about Sonoma, California. It is an hour north of San Francisco, and it is home to 10,648 residents, as of the 2010 U.S. Census. But perhaps most importantly, it's Wine Country! Of course, it's not all wineries and fun here; there are also some rental houses and apartments that are worth checking out.

Looking for a Rental in Sonoma

If you're looking for a home for rent in this city, you will be pleasantly surprised with the housing prices. There are people who might assume living so close to so many wineries would cost a fortune. If this describes you, your day is about to be made. The rental prices here are only a tad bit higher than the average in California. Even the price to buy a home in Sonoma is just a little more than the state's average. So your dream to get a home in Wine Country on a modest budget is perfectly within the realm of possibility.

Keep in mind when looking for apartments for rent in Sonoma that a lot of that available housing is seasonal, so your best bet is to hunt for a home during the off-season from November until March. Come prepared to put down a deposit and show proof of income if you have your sights set on the duplexes for rent and other housing types here.

Looking for a Rental in Sonoma
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If you're looking for a home for rent in this city, you will be pleasantly surprised with the housing prices. There are people who might assume living so close to so many wineries would cost a fortune. If this describes you, your day is about to be made. The rental prices here are only a tad bit higher than the average in California. Even the price to buy a home in Sonoma is just a little more than the state's average. So your dream to get a home in Wine Country on a modest budget is perfectly within the realm of possibility.

Keep in mind when looking for apartments for rent in Sonoma that a lot of that available housing is seasonal, so your best bet is to hunt for a home during the off-season from November until March. Come prepared to put down a deposit and show proof of income if you have your sights set on the duplexes for rent and other housing types here.

Sonoma Neighborhoods

Sonoma has several neighborhoods to choose from. These are a few of the largest and most popular ones available in the city.

Fairville / Schellville: This area makes up a lot of Sonoma and is among the most expensive neighborhoods to live in. But if you want a single-family home or mobile home, it's the place to be. This area also boasts the wetlands on Skaggs Island, as well as lots of wineries that include Gundlach Bundschu Winery and Viansa Winery.

El Verano / Temelec: If you seek a rural neighborhood with plenty of houses to choose from, this area won't disappoint. It is home to Lake Josephine and Fern Lake, and it's just south of Jack London State Historic Park.

Verano / Mission Highlands: Whether you're in search of detached homes, apartments or townhouses for rent, you will get what you need in this area on the northeastern edge of Sonoma. And if you like wine, you'll be happy with the presence of Ravenswood Winery, Hanzell Vineyards and Buena Vista Winery.

Sonoma Neighborhoods
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Sonoma has several neighborhoods to choose from. These are a few of the largest and most popular ones available in the city.

Fairville / Schellville: This area makes up a lot of Sonoma and is among the most expensive neighborhoods to live in. But if you want a single-family home or mobile home, it's the place to be. This area also boasts the wetlands on Skaggs Island, as well as lots of wineries that include Gundlach Bundschu Winery and Viansa Winery.

El Verano / Temelec: If you seek a rural neighborhood with plenty of houses to choose from, this area won't disappoint. It is home to Lake Josephine and Fern Lake, and it's just south of Jack London State Historic Park.

Verano / Mission Highlands: Whether you're in search of detached homes, apartments or townhouses for rent, you will get what you need in this area on the northeastern edge of Sonoma. And if you like wine, you'll be happy with the presence of Ravenswood Winery, Hanzell Vineyards and Buena Vista Winery.

Living in Sonoma

One of the most popular things to do in this city is take tours of the dozens of wineries here. Of course, once you have lived here for a while, you will probably have visited every winery possible and might be looking for other things to do -- unless, you really like wine that much. Otherwise, there are lots of parks and green spaces to admire. Take a hike along Arroyo Seco Creek and take some pictures of Quarryhill Botanic Garden.

You can also spend the day watching races at Sonoma Raceway, exploring Mission San Francisco Solano, checking out historic buildings in Sonoma Plaza or shopping at Cornerstone Sonoma. Basically, you can't go wrong making Sonoma your new home.

Living in Sonoma
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One of the most popular things to do in this city is take tours of the dozens of wineries here. Of course, once you have lived here for a while, you will probably have visited every winery possible and might be looking for other things to do -- unless, you really like wine that much. Otherwise, there are lots of parks and green spaces to admire. Take a hike along Arroyo Seco Creek and take some pictures of Quarryhill Botanic Garden.

You can also spend the day watching races at Sonoma Raceway, exploring Mission San Francisco Solano, checking out historic buildings in Sonoma Plaza or shopping at Cornerstone Sonoma. Basically, you can't go wrong making Sonoma your new home.

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City Guide

Sonoma
Orange crate art was a place to start / Orange crate art was a world apart / _Home for two with view of Sonoma / _Where there's aroma and heart / _Memories of her orange crate art _- From "Orange Crate Art" by Brian Wilson
Orange crate art was a place to start / Orange crate art was a world apart / _Home for two with view of Sonoma / _Where there's aroma and heart / _Memories of her orange crate art _- From "Orange Crate Art" by Brian Wilson

If you're a fan of wine, you probably already know a bit about Sonoma, California. It is an hour north of San Francisco, and it is home to 10,648 residents, as of the 2010 U.S. Census. But perhaps most importantly, it's Wine Country! Of course, it's not all wineries and fun here; there are also some rental houses and apartments that are worth checking out.

Looking for a Rental in Sonoma

If you're looking for a home for rent in this city, you will be pleasantly surprised with the housing prices. There are people who might assume living so close to so many wineries would cost a fortune. If this describes you, your day is about to be made. The rental prices here are only a tad bit higher than the average in California. Even the price to buy a home in Sonoma is just a little more than the state's average. So your dream to get a home in Wine Country on a modest budget is perfectly within the realm of possibility.

Keep in mind when looking for apartments for rent in Sonoma that a lot of that available housing is seasonal, so your best bet is to hunt for a home during the off-season from November until March. Come prepared to put down a deposit and show proof of income if you have your sights set on the duplexes for rent and other housing types here.

Looking for a Rental in Sonoma
+

If you're looking for a home for rent in this city, you will be pleasantly surprised with the housing prices. There are people who might assume living so close to so many wineries would cost a fortune. If this describes you, your day is about to be made. The rental prices here are only a tad bit higher than the average in California. Even the price to buy a home in Sonoma is just a little more than the state's average. So your dream to get a home in Wine Country on a modest budget is perfectly within the realm of possibility.

Keep in mind when looking for apartments for rent in Sonoma that a lot of that available housing is seasonal, so your best bet is to hunt for a home during the off-season from November until March. Come prepared to put down a deposit and show proof of income if you have your sights set on the duplexes for rent and other housing types here.

Sonoma Neighborhoods

Sonoma has several neighborhoods to choose from. These are a few of the largest and most popular ones available in the city.

Fairville / Schellville: This area makes up a lot of Sonoma and is among the most expensive neighborhoods to live in. But if you want a single-family home or mobile home, it's the place to be. This area also boasts the wetlands on Skaggs Island, as well as lots of wineries that include Gundlach Bundschu Winery and Viansa Winery.

El Verano / Temelec: If you seek a rural neighborhood with plenty of houses to choose from, this area won't disappoint. It is home to Lake Josephine and Fern Lake, and it's just south of Jack London State Historic Park.

Verano / Mission Highlands: Whether you're in search of detached homes, apartments or townhouses for rent, you will get what you need in this area on the northeastern edge of Sonoma. And if you like wine, you'll be happy with the presence of Ravenswood Winery, Hanzell Vineyards and Buena Vista Winery.

Sonoma Neighborhoods
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Sonoma has several neighborhoods to choose from. These are a few of the largest and most popular ones available in the city.

Fairville / Schellville: This area makes up a lot of Sonoma and is among the most expensive neighborhoods to live in. But if you want a single-family home or mobile home, it's the place to be. This area also boasts the wetlands on Skaggs Island, as well as lots of wineries that include Gundlach Bundschu Winery and Viansa Winery.

El Verano / Temelec: If you seek a rural neighborhood with plenty of houses to choose from, this area won't disappoint. It is home to Lake Josephine and Fern Lake, and it's just south of Jack London State Historic Park.

Verano / Mission Highlands: Whether you're in search of detached homes, apartments or townhouses for rent, you will get what you need in this area on the northeastern edge of Sonoma. And if you like wine, you'll be happy with the presence of Ravenswood Winery, Hanzell Vineyards and Buena Vista Winery.

Living in Sonoma

One of the most popular things to do in this city is take tours of the dozens of wineries here. Of course, once you have lived here for a while, you will probably have visited every winery possible and might be looking for other things to do -- unless, you really like wine that much. Otherwise, there are lots of parks and green spaces to admire. Take a hike along Arroyo Seco Creek and take some pictures of Quarryhill Botanic Garden.

You can also spend the day watching races at Sonoma Raceway, exploring Mission San Francisco Solano, checking out historic buildings in Sonoma Plaza or shopping at Cornerstone Sonoma. Basically, you can't go wrong making Sonoma your new home.

Living in Sonoma
+

One of the most popular things to do in this city is take tours of the dozens of wineries here. Of course, once you have lived here for a while, you will probably have visited every winery possible and might be looking for other things to do -- unless, you really like wine that much. Otherwise, there are lots of parks and green spaces to admire. Take a hike along Arroyo Seco Creek and take some pictures of Quarryhill Botanic Garden.

You can also spend the day watching races at Sonoma Raceway, exploring Mission San Francisco Solano, checking out historic buildings in Sonoma Plaza or shopping at Cornerstone Sonoma. Basically, you can't go wrong making Sonoma your new home.