Welcome to Glen Ellen
In the heart of Sonoma Valley, the charming village of Glen Ellen (pop. 784) is steeped in a blend of Sonoma County wines, local dining delights, and the valley's natural beauty. Homes in the area are highly sought after; many who visit never want to leave.
Glen Ellen is famous as the last home of Jack London, author of "Call of the Wild" and numerous other books, who lived there from 1905 until his death in 1916. London's Beauty Ranch is now the 39-acre Jack London State Historic Park.
Abundant farm fresh produce, local meats and cheese, and other artisan foods complement the Sonoma Valley’s star ingredient; the wine! Wine tasting opportunities abound in tasting rooms and wineries in Glen Ellen and throughout the Sonoma Valley.
Glen Ellen Village Market offers a gourmet variety of provisions for the food and wine lover, and Oak Hill Farm of Sonoma sells organic produce in its Red Barn Store off Highway 12.
Residents can sample gourmet cuisines in laid-back style. The fig café & wine bar, by renowned cookbook author Sondra Bernstein, provides country French home cooking. The Glen Ellen Inn Grill & Martini Bar is an American bistro with a French twist, while the Glen Ellen Star offers tastes of both local and international flavors in a neighborly setting. In the summer, don’t miss Transcendence Theatre’s Broadway Under the Stars performances in the park's old winery ruins.
Calling Glen Ellen Home
Glen Ellen may be a small community, but it is big on wine country lifestyle enjoyment and attractive real estate. Its serenity and peaceful setting make it a true getaway for those seeking a respite from the hustle and bustle of urbanity. Contact Joel and his team today if you are considering buying or selling in the Glen Ellen market.