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Zen-Inspired Senior Living Comes to Sonoma County

SONOMA COUNTY is known for many things — lush landscape, rolling vineyards, and a laidback vibe. Starting in 2023 it can add Zen-inspired senior living community to the list: Enso Village. Architectural plans are being developed and approvals from the City of Healdsburg

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