There is an air of romance and mystery in the air in and about the tiny hamlet of Glen Ellen, a dot on the map between Sonoma and Kenwood in the Sonoma Valley. It is perhaps best-known as the location of the late writer Jack London’s ranch, and the ruins of “Wolf House,” his dream mansion that burned during its final phase of construction. London was a resident of the ranch from 1909 until his untimely death in 1916, although his wife, Charmian, built “The House of Happy Walls” on the property and it now houses a museum. Designated Jack London State Historic Park, the property also displays several buildings of the former ranch.
Glen Ellen is also home to the Sonoma County Developmental Center, and Quarryhill Botanical Garden, as well as to wineries and vineyards.
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