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Located at the southern end of the Napa Valley, and surrounded by rolling hills and vineyards, Napa is an urbane North Bay community noted for its beautiful scenery, hospitality, and laid-back wine country lifestyle. As the county seat and economic hub of Napa County, Napa is not a commuter's city; but those who must travel to other Bay Area locations will find that Napa is conveniently close to area highways and freeways.
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Once a busy port for shipping lumber down the Napa River to San Francisco, Napa is, today, a vibrant city known for its fine food, premier wines, and pleasant year-round climate. As the center of a world famous winemaking region, Napa is an exciting place to live, work, and play. A busy year-round calendar of events features downtown Art Walks, Culinary Crawls, Farmers Markets, and an assortment of festivals. Forty-three neighborhood/community parks, open space areas, and the Napa River Trail provide residents with recreational opportunities for play, hiking, fishing, biking, and boating. For those who prefer shopping as their recreation, Napa has a wide range - from eclectic downtown shops, the one-of-a-kind Oxbow Public Market, and contemporary malls to one of Napa's most popular shopping venues, the Napa Premium Outlets.
Napa is the oldest city in the Napa Valley and the older part of town is home to some of Northern California's finest Victorian style homes. Newer neighborhoods, from Mid-century communities to rural subdivisions including Lake Berryessa, Circle Oaks, and Gordon Valley, offer a variety of residences from Mid-century ranch homes to contemporary custom homes designed by prominent architects. The country club set will find that condominiums and executive homes surrounding the Silverado Country Club and Resort provide a luxurious Napa Valley resort experience without ever leaving home.
Real estate in Napa has an expansive inventory of single-family homes of every style, luxurious condominiums, and rural properties with acreage (and maybe even a vineyard). Whether your interest runs to a suburban home, a luxurious riverfront condo, a vineyard estate, or a home on the marina where you can dock your boat, Napa is a great place to begin your search for the perfect home.
To buy or sell a home in Napa, or for information about buying or selling a home or property in Napa or Sonoma County, contact the Wine Country Modern Real Estate Team.
Along with being the largest city in Napa County, and the county seat of Napa County, the city of Napa is of course famous for being the heart of northern California’s Napa Valley wine region. But outside of all the local vineyards and world-famous wineries, Napa also features a quaint and charming downtown that includes timeless architecture, a vibrant riverfront promenade with all sorts of restaurants and boutique shops, and even a thriving arts and culture scene that’s headlined by the one-and-only Napa Valley Opera House. In other words, when it comes to living somewhere in the Bay Area, it’s truly hard to beat everything that the Napa community has to offer.
As the primary business and economic center of the entire Napa Valley region, more than 80,000 people now call the city of Napa home, which means the real estate market here is quite broad and diverse. Like most other cities and communities in northern California, single-family homes certainly make up the majority of housing options you’ll find in Napa, but the pleasant mix of small condo buildings and duplexes also help provide plenty of additional options for anyone who may be working with a tighter budget, or perhaps just searching for that perfect vacation home here in the heart of NoCal wine country.
As alluded to above, Downtown Napa is full of restaurants, cafes, wine bars, retail shops, and cultural destinations and venues that rarely leave locals looking for something fun to do. The Uptown Theatre Napa seems to always have a noteworthy headliner that’s worth the price of admission, and there’s no better way to spend an evening than taking a stroll through Napa’s lively riverfront promenade. Skyline Wilderness Park, which sits just outside of town, also provides locals with 850 acres of outdoor park space, hiking trails, and even an archery range and a disc golf course, and the Napa Golf Course is easily one of the top places in all of northern California to spend a day out on the links.