About Our Neighborhood
Located 55 miles north of San Francisco and 30 miles east of the Pacific Ocean, Santa Rosa is the county seat of Sonoma County. Nestled among rolling hills, surrounded by the vineyards of 200 wineries, this fast-growing city provides comfort and entertainment for residents and visitors alike. The home of the late Charles M. Schultz, Santa Rosa offers some of the finest restaurants and cuisine there is to offer, as well as being a wine connoisseur's dream! Plenty of shopping, recreation and culture are part of the city's offerings.
Highly acclaimed Santa Rosa Junior College and Sonoma State are right nearby. Once a small, rural "cow town", Santa Rosa continues to grow in its sophistication and cultural evolvement. Large local employers include the medical facilities of Sutter, Kaiser and Santa Rosa Memorial as well as technology giants Medtronics and Agilent. There are also numerous educational, city and county jobs available as well as many in skilled trades such as construction. Here you will find a quality of life that is a rare find in today's society.
As a well-established community, it is landmarked by Montgomery Village Shopping Center, which features around 80 merchants including many upscale and specialty shops such as Ann Taylor, Talbots, Biquor and Biquor of Beverly Hills as well as numerous restaurants and services.
Directly across the street from Spring Lake Apartment Homes is Howarth Memorial Park, a unique 152-acre community park. Howarth Park features a fresh-water lake, walking/hiking/biking trails, several themed playgrounds, pony and train rides, merry-go-round, tennis courts and baseball field, picnic areas and much more! It is part of the Annadel State Recreation Facility and links to Spring Lake Park.
A commutable distance to San Francisco, Spring Lake Apartment Homes offers more affordable Santa Rosa apartments and more value for your rental dollar. Families find the wide-openness and community feeling a refreshing alternative to big city living.
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