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Surrounded by forests and vineyards, Deer Park is a small Napa County enclave located at the foot of Howell Mountain, 3 miles northeast of downtown St. Helena. Commuters who enjoy the rural lifestyle in Deer Park appreciate the fact that the city of Napais easily accessed by Highway 29, which runs through St. Helena and Yountville, or by the less traveled Silverado Trail, which skirts the Napa Valley, providing a direct route into the city.
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With a comfortable Mediterranean climate that offers warm, sunny summer days and mild winter temperatures, the Deer Park area provides an environment in which both people and wine grapes thrive. Deer Park is home to several well respected, family owned wineries offering great wine, tours and tasting by appointment, and fabulous views. Commerce in Deer Park is fairly limited and residents make the short trek to nearby St. Helena or Napa for the goods and services demanded by everyday life.
Life in Deer Park is country living at its best; and many consider Deer Park to be one of the best-kept secrets in the Napa Valley area.
Homes in Deer Park range from simple cottages built in the early 1900s, to modest Mid-century ranch style homes, and stunning contemporary estates with tennis courts and swimming pools - and a few with hobby vineyards.
Most of the real estate in Deer Park is fairly expensive due to its prime location in the heart of the Napa wine country, although more affordable homes do come on the market. Buying a home in Deer Park can be an expensive proposition, as many homes are well beyond the $1M range. If the sky's the limit, a million - or two or three - can buy you an extravagant estate with vineyards and views. If you are looking for a more modest home for sale in Deer Park, a little patience and due diligence might find you a relatively affordable older home.
To buy or sell a home in Deer Park, or for more information about real estate in Napa or Sonoma County, contact Wine Country Modern Real Estate.
Deer Park is a tiny, census-designated place in Napa County with a population of just over 1,200 people. Situated just off Silverado Trail between Las Posadas State Forest and Bothe-Napa Valley State Park, much of the Deer Park area consists of secluded residential development and dense mountain forests that help make living here desirable if you’re looking for plenty of privacy and peace and quiet along with an attractive living space. Outside of the roughly 600 households in the area and of course the landmark-status Elmshaven estate, which is a large Victorian-era home that was once lived in by author and Christian pioneer Ellen G. White, there isn’t much to the Deer Park community in terms of community amenities; but with the nearby city of St. Helena also only a few short miles away, you’ll still never be too far from a pretty solid variety of shops, restaurants, bars, and cafes, not to mention a grocery store, several gas stations, and countless other lifestyle essentials that make living in the area relatively convenient despite its isolation.
Homes for sale in Deer Park typically have a distinct country feel, mainly because of the area’s lack of overall density. Some hillside homes in Deer Park feature pretty incredible views of the Napa County countryside, while others are situated right in the middle of a forest that shields much of the property from the sprawling mountainous landscape that defines this low-key wine country community. Although homes with a Deer Park address aren’t always easy to spot on the real estate market, look for whatever is available to start somewhere in the low $300,000s and sometimes reach as high as $6 million depending on how much land is included with a property.