Casa Grande

by | Jun 6, 2024 | Places to Visit

Casa Grande is located at the entrance to Sonoma County’s wine and cheese country near Petaluma on Lakeville Hwy. This gorgeous 5 bedroom/ 5 bathroom home with lush California fields has ample space for groups and retreats. Located on an operating farm owned by Sue Conley and Nan Haynes, (one of the founders of Cowgirl Creamery), where you can arrange an artisanal cheese & honey class with Sue. Whether you’re seeking a peaceful stay or an educational adventure, Casa Grande is the ideal home base.

The space

Enjoy the quiet California countryside during your stay at the Casa Grande. With 3000-square feet of space, you’ll find an open kitchen for gathering, a dining area with double doors to an enclosed patio, a large living room with a sunny porch for reading and relaxing. There’s plenty of outdoor space for hosting meals or simply unwinding in the garden. Enjoy the warm interiors with bright natural light that pours in from the large windows. This is the perfect stay for groups or families, with a total of 5 bedrooms, 3 with en-suite bathrooms facing west, plus an additional bath shared by the back two bedrooms. Casa Grande has everything you need to feel right at home: 5 bedrooms with Premium Linens 5 Spacious Bathrooms Fast Wi-Fi Fully-Equipped Kitchen Outdoor Grill Outdoor Seating Area with Adjacent Patio Breathtaking Views Access to Farm grounds

Guest access

You’ll have access to the surrounding gardens as well as the 17.5 acres of farmland. You’ll share Silver Penny with the permanent residents who are local makers, ecologists and food industry workers. While exploring please stay within the property line fences and be mindful of the private residences. Silver Penny Farm’s grazing land has been in continuous agricultural production since the early 1900’s and is currently leased to a neighboring sheep rancher as part of his rotational grazing practice. The meat is available through Stemple Creek Ranch. Honey bees also reside on the farm, managed by Sola Bee, and are integral in pollinating fruit orchards in the spring.

Other things to note

Silver Penny Farm has been in continuous agricultural production since the early 1900’s and is currently leased to a neighboring sheep rancher as part of his rotational grazing practice. The meat is available through Stemple Creek Ranch. Honey bees also reside on the farm, managed by Sola Bee, and used to pollinate fruit orchards in the spring. Silver Penny Farm seeks to be a place for convening and exploring the interconnectedness of community, sustainable farming, and the ecology of working lands.

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