1000 Longhorn Lane, Petaluma, CA 94952
Presented by Doug Hecker and John Hammer

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1000 Longhorn Lane, Petaluma, CA 94952

1000 Longhorn Lane
Petaluma, Ca 94952
Presented by Doug Hecker and John Hammer
Unique Sonoma County Countryside Home in West Petaluma
  • $3,595,000
  • 4 4.5
  • Approx. 3,955 Sq.Ft.
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This breathtaking private estate is located on approximately 12.38 acres perched high above San Antonio Valley with expansive views - encompassing quiet, peace and serenity. This unique Sonoma County countryside home is environmentally conscious and was constructed with reclaimed 100-year-old wood beam ceilings, salvaged barn wood floors, salvaged granite in the kitchen and bathrooms, high-density fiber-reinforced recycled concrete tiles, Debris Series recycled tiles, low-E windows, solar-generated power, and low-flow irrigation. The results earned this highly-sustainable building a LEED Platinum certification (the highest Green rating a building can receive). This unique home is self-sufficient, non-toxic, is serviced by well water, and a 25,000 gallon rain water collection tank/system. This exceptional home is the epitome of location and luxury, and includes the highest quality amenities and unique features including grand entertaining and paramount living spaces including four bedrooms and four and one-half bathrooms wi...more details
This breathtaking private estate is located on approximately 12.38 acres perched high above San Antonio Valley with expansive views - encompassing quiet, peace and serenity. This unique Sonoma County countryside home is environmentally conscious and was constructed with reclaimed 100-year-old wood beam ceilings, salvaged barn wood floors, salvaged granite in the kitchen and bathrooms, high-density fiber-reinforced recycled concrete tiles, Debris Series recycled tiles, low-E windows, solar-generated power, and low-flow irrigation. The results earned this highly-sustainable building a LEED Platinum certification (the highest Green rating a building can receive). This unique home is self-sufficient, non-toxic, is serviced by well water, and a 25,000 gallon rain water collection tank/system. This exceptional home is the epitome of location and luxury, and includes the highest quality amenities and unique features including grand entertaining and paramount living spaces including four bedrooms and four and one-half bathrooms with approximately 3,955 square feet of living space plus a detached 638 square foot one bedroom, one bathroom guest suite, built in 2011 by Plath & Company, and this architecturally-significant home was designed by David Buergler, Architect.
 
 
 
 
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