Sonoma, CA Real Estate Market Conditions Update for March 2009

As of April 6, 2009 26% of available listings in the beautiful wine country town of Sonoma are in escrow.

For the month of March 2009 23 homes sold in Sonoma for an average final selling price of $396,210.

The average original asking price of these homes was $460,722.

The range of final selling prices was from a low of $115,000 to a high of $990,000.

Of the 23 homes that sold 1 sold at the original asking price, 3 sold over the original asking price and the remaining 19 sold for less than the original asking price.

It took these homes an average of 136 days to sell.

To see everything that is currently available for sale through our MLS, click here.

To learn more about the area visit my website or contact me directly.

The photos below were taken of the “Wooly Weeders” at Cline Cellars.  Look closely and you will see that there is just one dog herding the entire flock of sheep in an unfenced vineyard.  You can see, as the photos progress, that the dog gets increasingly protective of the sheep.  Extremely impressive.


Check out the black sheep…


At first I didn’t see the dog and couldn’t understand why all the sheep went from one end of the vineyard to the other, without me even hearing a sound.  (The dogs can control the sheep with non-verbal communication.)


The dog gives me some slack and starts to mingle…


The little guys seem a little confused…


see what I mean?…


so cute…


This one was very vocal, and hams it up for the camera


The dog is getting annoyed with me and reenters the picture…


“off you go” he tells me…


He’s had enough of me and sends me on my way, barking.  Amazing beast.


A little extra information on this month’s Sonoma post.  🙂

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