Pope Valley Real Estate

Pope Valley is a farming and ranching community in the hills of northern Napa Valley near Lake Berryessa, 5 miles north of Angwin.  Surrounded by rolling hills and vineyards, Pope Valley is a tranquil spot, far removed from the bustle of the Napa Valley, although the short drive into St. Helena puts the diversions of the wine country within easy reach.

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Pope Valley Real Estate

Pope Valley Homes for Sale June 19, 2024
4
Listed
128
Avg. DOM
$556.74
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$771,661
Med. List Price
4 Properties
3
Beds
3
Baths
2,867
Sq.Ft.
1929
Year Built
17
Days on Site
324042761
MLS
$889,000
Neighborhood: Berryessa Estates
3
Beds
3
Baths
2,376
Sq.Ft.
1992
Year Built
52
Days on Site
323009795
MLS
4
Beds
3
Baths
2,678
Sq.Ft.
1993
Year Built
10
Days on Site
324045179
MLS
$375,000
Neighborhood: Lake Berryessa Estates
3
Beds
2
Baths
1,248
Sq.Ft.
1997
Year Built
18
Days on Site
324033843
MLS

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In 1873, when the Aetna Springs Resort opened its doors, Pope Valley became a favorite summertime destination for wealthy visitors from San Francisco who came to hike, swim, golf, and enjoy the natural hot springs.  In the 1920s, Aetna Springs Resort became a favored hangout for the Hollywood set.  Today, Pope Valley residents and visitors can still enjoy a round of golf at Aetna Springs' small, 9-hole golf course.  Pope Valley is also home to several small wineries, including Pope Valley Winery, Aetna Springs Cellars, and James Creek Vineyards.

Pope Valley is a rural area and homes range from large estates, country homes, and ranches on acreage to tract-style homes on small lots in Berryessa Estates.  Although there is a school, a post office, and a small market in Pope Valley, homes in Pope Valley are a few miles from most of the services and amenities of city life, but the trade off is that residents enjoy a peaceful, country lifestyle.   

Pope Valley, California Real Estate

Real estate in Pope Valley feels far from the madding crowd, but is still within easy striking distance of the excitement of St. HelenaCalistogaNapa, and Yountville.  If your Napa wine country dreams include quiet home in a friendly community, watch for property and homes for sale in Pope Valley.

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Pope Valley Homes for Sale

Pope Valley is a small and secluded community that sits on Napa County’s northern end near Walter Springs, Aetna Springs, and Angwin. Situated in a small valley in the Mayacamas Mountains, rolling hills and winding roadways help fill out the countryside setting of Pope Valley, with a few farmhouses and ranches also scattered in between. Pope Valley Road acts as the community’s main drag, which is where you’ll find a small fire station, a post office, and the Pope Valley Market. Recent population statistics have just over 700 people calling Pope Valley home, and given the area’s lengthy proximity to just about anything Napa County has to offer from a lifestyle standpoint, it’s safe to say this is one local community that should continue to maintain its overwhelmingly rural setting for sometime to come. 

Pope Valley Real Estate 

If you’re in the market for a new Napa County home that offers incredible privacy and an unmatched level of peace and quiet, you’ll love living in Pope Valley. Miles from all the hustle and bustle surrounding some of Wine Country’s most visited cities and towns, homes for sale in Pope Valley provide a much more laid-back atmosphere, and the kind of serene setting you thought only existed in your favorite novel. Large-acre parcels also occupy a fair portion of the Pope Valley real estate market, which can be especially appealing to anyone who loves horseback riding or may be thinking about starting or maintain their own vineyard, which of course is common all throughout this part of Northern California. As for just your everyday single-family home, look for prices in Pope Valley to actually be quite affordable in most instances and start somewhere in the low to mid-$300,000s and go up from there.