Wikiup Village townhomes are located just north of Santa Rosa in an area referred to as Wikiup. Wikiup Village is a planned unit development (PUD) of 38 attached townhomes. They were built in a Spanish style with tile roofs, large beams, and stucco sides. They are attached at the sides and all have private yards, and garages. Each home has a fireplace, and washer and dryer hook ups. The homes range in size from 1000 sq ft, to around 1250 sq ft. There are one and two story homes. To learn more about the differences between condominiums, and homes in a planned unit development, click here: condo or townhome.
The Wikiup Village is overseen by the Wikiup Village Homeowner's Association which is managed by Grapevine Property Management (541-6233). There are monthly HOA fees which currently are $250 per month. The fees pay for landscape, water, management, and garbage. Homeowners are subject to CC&R's, rules and regulations, and by-laws.
Wikiup Village is close to Mulberry's Market in the Larkfield Shopping Center. There is easy access to US 101, and a 15 minute drive to the Town of Calistoga. Wineries are a short drive or bike ride away.
Only one home sold in 2017. Here are the details of that sale:
- 5262 El Mercado
- Sales price - $439,000
- Date - Sept 2017
- Price per sq ft - $330
- Size - 3bd 2ba 1328 sq ft
- Days on the market - 33
If you are interested in learning more about homes for sale in Wikiup Village, call me. I can also show similar developments in other parts of Santa Rosa.
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Originally posted on RinconValleyBlog.com