This newly remodeled historic home is a Sonoma County Historic Landmark. Beautifully restored in 2015, this 4 bed/4 bath home with a new pool and hot tub is two blocks from Geyserville's restaurants and minutes from downtown Healdsburg and the area's many wineries.
The Bosworth house was built in 1904 by George Bosworth for his wife and family. The family is one of the early settlers to the Geyserville area, and whose descendants have remained in and around Geyservile. George Bosworth's grandson, Harry Bosworth still runs Bosworth & Son General Merchandise just a few blocks away.
The house is an outstanding example of mixed styles: it is Victorian with wide interior trim. It still has the large sliding pocket doors intact, along with high ceilings, and original fir floors. The outside shows a strong Palladian influence in the low dormer windows cut through the main roof line, small bay and windows, and sheet metal minarets on the roof. It is a classic example of a merchant's home in a rural area, built at a time when folks could use a mail order Pattern book to choose house plans. This home was built from a Pattern Book popular at the time.
Each room has been thoughtfully decorated to bring the home to life and create a comfortable, casual environment for your vacation.