Go (Pea)nuts Over Charles Schulz’s Home

You can own the Northern California house where the legendary tales of "Charlie Brown," "Snoopy," and "Lucy" were penned. Situated in Sonoma County, the house that belonged to the late Charles Schulz is for sale for $2.275 million. The late cartoonist lived here from 1973 up until 1996. View the listing.

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You can own the Northern California house where the legendary tales of Charlie Brown, Snoopy, and Lucy were penned. Situated in Sonoma County, the house that belonged to the late Charles Schulz is for sale for $2.275 million. The late cartoonist lived here from 1973 up until 1996. View the listing.
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The grand estate is two stories and is situated on two acres of land in prestigious Sonoma County.
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Schulz bought the property back in 1973 for $250,000 and soon after married his second wife, Jeannie Clyde.
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Like the furnishings in this living room? The $2.275 million price tag includes all of the furnishings, except for the artwork.
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At the time of Schulz's death in 2000, "Peanuts" was in more than 2,600 newspapers globally.
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This spectacular living room includes a brick fireplace, a vaulted and beamed ceiling, and hardwood floors.
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A view of the chef's kitchen.
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The entire abode has been tastefully renovated and features this updated kitchen with new cabinets and granite countertops.
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A view of the sun-drenched eating area.
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The 7,894-square-foot house boasts 6 bedrooms and 8.5 bathrooms.
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Take your meals in this dining room where the famed cartoonist dined for 23 years.
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The late cartoonist lived here from 1973 up until 1996.
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