The Healdsburg Glass Pavilions at 212 – 214 Tucker Street are a pair of impeccable, fully-furnished townhouses, each available for rent on an annual or monthly basis. Both townhouses feature three bedrooms, two and one-half bathrooms, expansive downstairs living and dining areas, and a secluded swimming pool. Two blocks from downtown Healdsburg’s central Plaza and approximately seventy miles north of San Francisco, the Glass Pavilions sit at the crux of the Russian River Valley, Dry Creek Valley, and Alexander Valley viticultural areas. The property is located within steps of Michelin-starred restaurants and numerous tasting rooms. Sonoma County’s most breathtaking wineries lie a short drive away.
Celebrated architect Stanley Saitowitz and Natoma Architects Inc. designed The Glass Pavilions with the balance of innovation and restraint for which they are revered. Tasteful minimalist design defines each home, from their tranquil bedrooms to their secluded courtyards. Floor-to-ceiling glass panels, each thirteen feet in height, slide away to unite indoor and outdoor spaces in a single, uninterrupted expanse.
This rental opportunity is ideal for a quiet creative retreat, an extended wine country experience, or a family transitioning to a permanent residence in the vicinity.
The Glass Pavilions are only two blocks from Healdsburg Plaza, the heart of the town. The townhouses sit in rare walking distance to many exceptional restaurants and tasting rooms, as well as numerous boutiques. There might not be another small town in the United States that boasts wine, dining, and shopping experiences equal to those of Healdsburg; and certainly no luxury home closer to the plaza.