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Address: 230 E. Napa St., Sonoma

Asking price: $2.295 million

Description: Historic charm and contemporary convenience merge in this three-bedroom Craftsman. The luxurious bathrooms include amenities like steam showers with body sprayers, while the modern kitchen hosts a Wolf range, farmhouse sink, shaker-style maple cabinets, office nook and a walk-in pantry. Opposite the living room on the ground floor rests a luxurious master suite with sitting room, fireplace and direct access to a side yard with hot tub. Dogwoods, saucer magnolias and crepe myrtles dot the landscape that includes a covered front porch, redwood deck, level lawn and a gas fire pit. For more information, visit www.sonomacraftsman.com.

Don’t miss: The stately formal dining room hosting tall wainscoting and a built-in china cabinet with leaded glass windows, antique hardware and beadboard backing.

Built: 1916

Square feet: 2,060 (est.)

For more information: Tina Shone, Sotheby’s International Realty, (707) 933-1515, tina@tinashone.com

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