Located on the site of an old olive grove, Penngrove is a small, former farming community of less than 3,000 people. Like its larger neighbor, Petaluma, Penngrove was once entirely dedicated to chicken farming and was the site of the Northern Pacific Railroad freight station in the early 20th century. Historic building still stand on Main Street, which is home to a handful of local businesses. Browse our selection of homes for sale in Penngrove
Today, newcomers appreciate the tiny community’s location close to Highway 101 and the panoramic views from the foothills of Sonoma Mountain. Some of the most beautiful homes in Penngrove are country estates tucked away down the narrow, winding lanes above the community.