RUSSIAN RIVER MID CENTURY
14523 Old Cazadero Road in Guerneville, CA | Presented by The Noel Flores Group
14523 Old Cazadero Road
Guerneville, CA 95446
Bed / Bath
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- A Mid-Century Classic
- Open beam cathedral ceiling
- Picture windows looking onto deck
- Brick Fireplace
- Freestanding gas stove
- Front/Side deck & romantic backyard deck
- Gas plumbed barbecue grill on deck
- Washer/Dryer in laundry room
- Tankless water heater
- Two car off street parking
- Ample storage under house
Once a valley that housed the greatest biomass density of redwood forests on Earth, Guerneville became a logging community in the 1880s. Named for a Swiss immigrant, George Guerne, it later earned the nickname of “Stumptown” because of its sawmill.
Today, a 200-year-old stand of redwoods has been preserved at Armstrong Woods Park, but the Russian River is the primary attraction for about 4,500 residents spread among 10 square miles.
In the late 1970s, the town became popular as a gay weekend getaway from nearby San Francisco, so much so that it’s now renowned as an LGBTQ+ vacation destination and plays host to a Sonoma County Pride Parade and Celebration the first Sunday every June.