With breath-taking views of rolling hills dotted with vineyards and a climate that allows for nearly year-round outdoor living, it’s easy to see why Napa Valley has become one of the premier localities in the country. Besides being a world class winery region, it is also a wonderful place to live, work, and play. Locals can attest to superb cycling roads and trails throughout Napa County. Our open spaces, lakes, and nature preserves make for fantastic hiking while offering scenic views. Our vibrant communities include multiple cultural and heritage foundations, including restored National Historical Landmarks, the Napa Valley Opera House, the Uptown Theatre, the Lincoln Theater Performing Arts Center, the Napa Valley Museum, the Robert Louis Stevenson Museum, and the Sharpsteen Museum. Local film, wine, and music festivals are held through the year. Additionally, the renowned Auction Napa Valley is held yearly at Meadowood Resort. With Shakespeare performances, seasonal Farmers Markets, and live music under the stars, there is always something to do. Or you may choose to just relax with friends and enjoy our world renowned local wines.
The Napa Valley is not only beautiful and home to a stunning variety of world-class wineries and restaurants, but it’s also a close-knit and vibrant community of people who love this land and the small-town charms of running into neighbors at the farmers’ market and cheering for each other’s children at a local Little League game.
Each community has its own unique personality and characteristics. St. Helena offers grand vineyard estates that sit behind gated drives and rows of olive trees. Rutherford’s homes, tucked away among the vineyards, offer panoramic views of the valley. The city of Napa’s housing features charming cottages, bungalows, Victorians, and Queen Annes. Angwin offers small living in a college town up Howell Mountain. Yountville is a very walkable and bike-able town of boutiques, art galleries, antique stores, great restaurants, and geothermal spas. Calistoga retains its small-town charm, with a main street that offers an eclectic mix of shopping, tasting rooms, and restaurants.
You can learn more about the distinctive characteristics of each of the Napa Valley communities: Gina can help you navigate the Napa County market. She's lived in the valley for decades and she would love to help you find the perfect home for your family and specific needs.