Keller Court Commons is a Pocket Neighborhood.

Extraordinary Design, Materials, Details and Long-Term Sustainability

Eight detached two-story homes 5 blocks from downtown Petaluma, California; one hour north of San Francisco, in beautiful Wine Country.

Each 2 bedroom, 2 ½ bath home offers a modern, lively and more sustainable design on its own lot with a private yard. The community was developed by Jim Soules who pioneered the pocket neighborhood concept with seven communities in the Seattle area – see KCC reflects Jim’s prior experience of homes clustered on a landscaped courtyard and parking off an alley, but with a modern lively design. The community plan is an open courtyard with striking views of Sonoma Mountain. Each home has a detached garage wired for a future electric vehicle charger on its own electric meter.

You live in a park, not a parking lot. There are additional unassigned open spaces. A unique Commons Building, with adjacent patio and bocce court, provides a place for parties, potlucks, and gatherings. The homes and private yards are maintained by the individual owners. The architect is Chris Lynch, MAD Architecture. Homes developed and sold by Keller Court LLC.