Haverfield Park

It's easy to fall in love at first sight with Heron House, but there are many logical reasons which persuaded us to choose this spot for the park. A solid investment that will never be "just paper"…Heron House is a real estate in every sense.

Petaluma is growing financially: a substantial investment is currently being made in rebuilding our historic downtown by committed investors: $100 million from one developer alone

Easy access to the 101 corridor through beautiful Marin to San Francisco

Located in a rare Sonoma County water recharge area, providing plenty of groundwater for Haverfield's estate gardens

Petaluma boasts milder summers than the rest of Sonoma County-often 10 degrees cooler than nearby Sonoma-with fresh ocean breezes clearing the air

Haverfield Lane is lined with custom country homes built by caring owners working toward a better neighborhood

Privacy far removed from thoroughfare street traffic

Emergency services nearby: 5 minutes to Petaluma Valley Hospital; 1 mile to the nearest fire station

Close to excellent West side public and private schools and on a regular van pool route for Sonoma Academy

Easy to move right in: clean, organized and professionally decorated so that you can make personal alterations later at your convenience

None of the costly hidden expenses that appear after the purchase of most homes: remodeling, landscaping, decorating, time lost from work or family…everything here is ready for move in

Surrounded by clean, natural countryside with no agriculture spraying nearby

Best of all--Haverfield Park is a unique opportunity to form a community with others who share a love of nature!

BarbaraCaswellUK@gmail.com      Barbara Caswell and Michael Alves
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