One of the most beautiful and historic places in Northern California, the Olema Inn, is up for sale. Based out of one of the only large buildings in the area that survived since the 1906 earthquake, the Inn was completely restored just a few years ago by the current owners and features period pine flooring and a 19th century bar. It houses six guest rooms and one of the finest restaurants in the San Francisco Bay Area.
The Inn was first opened in 1876 "as a gathering place for loggers, ranchers and farmers who frequented the Olema Valley," although it is now far more common to see weddings taking place there. The Inn sits on 35 acres of picturesque wooded land just off Highway 1 and has an asking price of $3.3 million.