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Sonoma' s downtown Clydesdale ranch.
You' ve been reading 3 out of 10 free items this months. You' ve been reading 6 out of 10 free items this months. You' ve been reading all your free items this past week. Mission Bell Farm seen from East Spain Street. _GO ( 4 of 11 ) The house on the edge of Eastern Spain and Second Street East is for sale.
In the circle are the three packages that make up the land currently being sold at 196 E. Spain Street. Looking at the 196 East Spain Street plot from the street. The big barnyard in Second Street East, just off Spain Street.
Wash in greens at this season, the small vineyards and meadows at 196 East Spain Street (8 of 11). Mission Bell Farm seen from East Spain Street. Use the " Track this history " function to be notified when items related to this history are added. The next times you publish an item - it can be a day, a week, or a month - if you are following a history, you will get an e-mail notifying you of the latest updates.
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Sonoma' s icon willow on East Spain Street, which has been home to Clydesdale' magnificent pasturing horses for centuries, went on sale on Monday for $7.6 million. Deana Castagnasso owns the 2nd 72-acre plot, which comprises two barn buildings and the two-storey private house on the edge of eastern Spain and Second Street East.
The Castagnasso Clydesdale website states that the Castagnasso extension breeds the draught horses for five consecutive years and owns and operates several Clydesdale studios in the United States. There is some information on the family's website. By 1922, Henry Castagnasso and his son Harry had a transport company that used 22 team of horses for delivery.
That'?s what got them to grow Clydesdales. Deana' s offspring, Tony Knecht, who currently has 25 horses on various meadows in Sonoma, continues the traditional work. Even though the properties are condominiums, the listings have so far only appeared on LoopNet, a website that links renters and buyers to properties available for sale and rent.
Before the Castagnasso dynasty, C. Leiding and "Wild" Bill Russell were among the former proprietors of the estate, as documented by the Sonoma League for Historic Preservation.