Oakmont is one of America’s finest active adult communities. The first Oakmont home was built in 1964. A year later the 100th sale was recorded, and today there are more than 3200 homes. Founder and developer HN Berger envisioned a destination with characteristics more akin to a small town than a typical retirement community. The wide variety of Oakmont homes were artfully and thoughtfully constructed on 1,000 acres in the Valley of the Moon and remain in high demand today. Independent and assisted living is also available in Oakmont Gardens.
Finding The Perfect Home
Whether you prefer a home on the golf course, a secluded hillside or a quiet cul-de-sac, Oakmont has something to suit your taste and budget. Choose between areas where properties are maintained by a homeowners association, or an owner-maintained area.
Stand-alone homes range from cozy cottages to stately hillside villas, with average prices ranging from $350,00 to $800,000. One-bedroom fourplex units, triplexes and duplex homes also are available. Many homes have been updated and modified to offer the latest in design and convenience. Options include new patio homes at The Orchard, where buyers can choose from three different models, and The Meadows, Oakmont’s newest development, offering homes up to 2400 square feet. Oakmont homes are sold by real estate firms or by owner. Agents are knowledgeable about Oakmont properties and association benefits and requirements.
All Oakmont residents belong to the Oakmont Village Association (OVA) that provides governance for the community. The OVA has a seven-member volunteer board of directors who are elected by the residents to oversee policies on architecture, land use and facilities, communications and long range planning. Resident volunteers serve on subcommittees of the board and on ad-hoc committees. Association dues are $67 per person monthly and support maintenance of common areas, facilities and programs.
Visit our video page to see full board meetings. The Oakmont News, an OVA publication, is published twice monthly and mailed to every resident home. It is also posted online, including news updates that occur since the last printed edition.
Some housing is located in maintained, or homeowner association, areas where landscaping and house painting are taken care of for residents. In addition to OVA fees, a homeowner’s association assesses dues based on services rendered. The League of Maintained Area Associations (LOMAA) is an organization composed of members of these various Maintained Areas and helps them stay up to date on legal and other issues.
Independent & Assisted Living
Oakmont Gardens offers independent and assisted living in a beautiful campus style setting. Apartment living includes one- and two-bedroom independent units. Shopping, hair salon and barber shop and many activities, such as concerts and clubs, are located on site at the complex. Fully supported assisted living services are also available to meet the individual needs of residents. Memory care will also be available at the Gardens in winter of 2018.
Garden residents are members of Oakmont Village Association and have access to all facilities, clubs and services conveniently located near the Oakmont main Activities Center…. Learn More.
Real Estate Listings
Prospective home buyers will find plenty of options and styles in Oakmont. Most homes are single story and provide Sonoma’s famous indoor-outdoor living environment. All Oakmont homes are sold by real estate firms or by owner. Local real estate firms can help buyers find a home to meet their needs.
Here are 4 agencies located within Oakmont Village:
Better Homes Realty
Century 21 Valley of the Moon
6580 Oakmont Drive
Santa Rosa, CA 95409
Cristie J Marcs – Realtor
Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage
460 Mission Blvd
Santa Rosa, CA 95409
W Real Estate
Note: The Oakmont Village Association is not involved in real estate sales or transactions. However, for your convenience, it is providing you with the above list of local real estate offices, but without endorsement or recommendation.