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Napa County Real Estate

Napa County is a place of legends and has earned a worldwide reputation for its fine wines, natural beauty, and enviable lifestyle.  Located just east of Sonoma County, another highly regarded wine producing region, Napa has a prime North Bay location that offers easy access to San Francisco and the rest of the Bay Area as well as to Sacramento and the Central Valley.

Learn more about real estate in Napa County California below.

Napa County Real Estate for Sale

Napa County May 29, 2020
392
Listed
74
Avg. DOM
$736.70
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$996,500
Med. List Price
392 Properties
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5
Beds
3
Baths
3,597
Sq.Ft.
2004
Year Built
1
Days on Site
22010777
MLS
3-D tour and floor plan diagrams. Need a big house with a big yard? Here it is. 3597 square feet with 5 bedrooms + double door entry den, 3 bathrooms includes a bedroom, den and bathroom downstairs....
2
Beds
1
Baths
792
Sq.Ft.
1936
Year Built
1
Days on Site
22011768
MLS
Darling bungalow on the desirable West Side of St. Helena. This 1936 home is situated on a quiet street close to downtown and features abundant natural light. Modern updates found throughout while...
3
Beds
2
Baths
1,420
Sq.Ft.
1958
Year Built
1
Days on Site
22011349
MLS
What a lovable, pristine, and tastefully updated home in a great neighborhood. Beautifully updated bathrooms with new tile showers, (one walk in shower), new tile floors, vanities, and frameless...
3
Beds
2F11/2
Baths
2,155
Sq.Ft.
2014
Year Built
1
Days on Site
22011596
MLS
Are you searching for a contemporary move in ready home with views, privacy, room to expand, and close to town but not too close? If the answer is yes, then 1113 4th ave is your next home. Set on a...
4
Beds
4
Baths
3,972
Sq.Ft.
2000
Year Built
1
Days on Site
22011258
MLS
Enjoy the relaxed tranquility of Napa's Silverado Resort in a secure neighborhood on a corner lot with cul-de-sac. This graceful, single level country home has a generous floor plan featuring four...
4
Beds
4F21/2
Baths
6,318
Sq.Ft.
2002
Year Built
1
Days on Site
22011201
MLS
UNSPOILED, BIG AND BOLD country home located just minutes from downtown Sonoma's historic Plaza. A gated drive leads to the custom top of the knoll residence situated on over 3 acres with panoramic...
2
Beds
2
Baths
1,264
Sq.Ft.
2020
Year Built
1
Days on Site
22011458
MLS
Brand new, just completed, gorgeous single level condo facing open space and seasonal, tree lined creek. Quiet gated development with pool adjacent to golf course. High ceilings, high end, quality...
3
Beds
2F11/2
Baths
1,885
Sq.Ft.
1990
Year Built
1
Days on Site
22010919
MLS
Single level home on desirable, tree-lined street one block from Alston Park. Large living room with gas fireplace and tray ceiling. Formal dining area that opens to private deck. Separate family...
4
Beds
3
Baths
1,999
Sq.Ft.
1980
Year Built
1
Days on Site
22011809
MLS
This is where memories will be made! A garden overflowing with roses surrounds this charming home on a corner lot backing up to the park. Centrally located in the Wine Country with all it has to...
3
Beds
2F11/2
Baths
2,921
Sq.Ft.
2009
Year Built
1
Days on Site
22011807
MLS
Carefully thought out craftsman, nestled amidst northern Napa Valleys rolling green hills. This private canyon retreat offers 3 generous bedrooms & 2 1/2 baths. An additional 550 square feet of...
3
Beds
2
Baths
1,100
Sq.Ft.
1958
Year Built
1
Days on Site
22011845
MLS
Bel Aire Napa. Walk to Whole Foods and the entire Bel Aire Shopping Center. This three bedroom two bath single level home, has been entirely refreshed. Absolutely turnkey and ready for the right...
3
Beds
2
Baths
1,202
Sq.Ft.
1965
Year Built
2
Days on Site
22010032
MLS
Unique style with open concept, tile floors in all rooms except bedrooms which are wood. Updated baths; recessed lighting on dimmers; custom cabinets in kitchen; wet bar/credenza in dining room...

The Napa Valley is the heart and soul of Napa County and is one of the most beautiful places in California, similar in many ways to Tuscany. The Napa Valley has the distinction of having been named the first American Viticultural Area (AVA) in California.  Its temperate Mediterranean climate, with mild winters and warm, dry summers helps make the Napa Valley a great place for growing grapes; and this pleasant climate, along with Napa's joie de vivre makes Napa County a great place to live. 

The gateway to the Napa Valley is American Canyon, a modern, family friendly city at the southern tip of Napa County.  Just north of American Canyon is the city of Napa, which is the county seat and business hub of Napa County.  Continuing on along the St. Helena Highway (Highway 29), Yountville and St. Helena are two small cities full of old-world charm.  At the northern end of the Napa Valley is Calistoga, well known for its waters and its wines.

Off the beaten path, on the eastern edge of Napa County is a more rural environment, where residents and visitors can enjoy the great outdoors without sacrificing the pleasures of living in the wine country.  Angwin is a small mountain community located on the edge of Las Posadas State Forest, just a few miles northeast of St. Helena.  A few more miles to the east is Lake Berryessa, a recreational area surrounded by miles of ranchlands and a few small housing areas.

Although touring Napa's wineries, which are strung out along two main wine trails - Highway 29 and the Silverado Trail - is one of the area's most popular activities, it is by no means the only thing to do in Napa.  Culinary adventures, art events, and festivals take place throughout the year.  Hot air balloon rides and spas, sightseeing and shopping, hiking and biking, golf and tennis, and dining - both casual and fine - are all a part of what makes Napa so special.

Real estate in Napa County is varied and precious.  In many areas strict regulations protecting the agricultural heritage of the county have kept residential development modest.  Many structures, including homes and cottages, bear testament to times gone by and are on the list of historic sites in Napa County.  From Queen Anne mansions in Napa, to charming Victorian cottages in Calistoga and classic Italianate Victorians in St. Helena, architecture in Napa County has a history of distinction.  Today, in addition to the classical homes of yesteryear, homes in Napa County range from new single-family homes in planned neighborhoods to modest, mid-century dwellings, or extravagant custom-designed properties in the countryside.

Whether you are looking for a single-family home in a family friendly neighborhood, a condominium that is conveniently located for work or commuting, or a stunning estate set in some of California's most famous countryside, Napa County is a great place to begin your house hunting. 

Napa County Realtors 

For assistance with your search for a home in Napa County, or to sell your Napa home, please contact the residential real estate experts at Wine Country Modern Real Estate.

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