Napa Valley + Green Valley


More than 400 wineries dot the fertile soils of Napa Valley, one of the world’s premier wine regions and famous for its prized Cabernet Sauvignon. Stroll through the vineyards, talk with the winemaker, or sip award-winning wines with dramatic views of the valley floor. Discover tasting experiences that go beyond the norm when you visit the wineries of Napa Valley. As your realtor, be sure to ask me for recommendations for your Napa experience including reclining poolside at a lavish resort, eating at top-rated restaurants, or taking to the skies with a balloon ride. Whatever your pleasure, the result is something both subtle and exceptional. 

Current Napa Market Trends :: Updated August 2019

Napa market trends indicate an increase of $25,000 (4%) in median home sales over the past year. The average price per square foot for this same period rose to $446, up from $433.


O A K V I L L E + R U T H E R F O R D

Centrally located between Napa + St. Helena

Oakville and Rutherford are small towns with big wines. These towns along Highway 29 offer some of the best wines in Napa Valley, namely Cabernet Sauvignon. Wineries focus on providing a fun, educational wine tasting experience. If you’re a Cabernet lover, you’ve found your paradise.

With so many great options, it’s hard to choose which wineries to visit in just a few days. Enjoy sweeping views of the world-renowned Oakville AVA at Miner Family Winery while tasting their wide range of wines. Peju Province Winery is another must-visit, where the Peju family serves a range of wines, from Zinfandel to Cabernet Sauvignon, in a lively and casual tasting room. As your realtor I can point you to the perfect destination for your UpValley adventures. 


S T. H E L E N A


St. Helena seamlessly blends Napa Valley history with its modern day reputation as home to world-class wineries, Michelin-starred restaurants, contemporary art galleries, and chic boutiques. This picturesque town embodies the soul of Napa Valley. As your realtor I am happy to answer any questions you have about this incredible community. 

Let St. Helena inspire your next Napa Valley experience. HALL Wines features top notch wines, unique art collections, and inventive wine tours. You can’t miss it – their famous bunny sculpture in the vineyards can be seen from the highway. This summer, stop by Charles Krug Winery for mouth-watering pizza, along with gourmet cheese plates, paired with their wines. Visit every Saturday and Sunday in the historic Redwood Cellar Tasting Room. Sinegal Estate blends luxury with casual elegance at their restored historic estate where you’ll taste gorgeously, rich wines. It’s quickly becoming known as the next cult wine! For the ultimate foodie experience, make reservations at the 3-star Michelin rated restaurant, Meadowood Napa Valley . Their dynamic chef and inventive dishes have made their mark on the culinary world.

St. Helena Market Trends :: Updated August 2019

94574 market trends indicate a decrease of $38,864 (-3%) in median home sales over the past year. The average price per square foot for this same period rose to $759, up from $618.


Eastridge/Green Valley

Your Napa Valley Connection

Just outside Rockville National Park, Eastridge is a custom and semi-custom home development built on one of the most gorgeous landscapes in Northern California. With a gently rolling terrain and thousands of Majestic Oaks, several luxury local and national builders chose to construct their masterful workmanship here. 

This gated community features less than 300 luxury homes and offers 24-hour surveillance, ensuring a quiet and exclusive environment. 

Centrally located and nearly equidistant from Sacramento and San Francisco, this high-end community in Solano County hailed for its accessibility to many of Northern California's greatest treasures, with Napa only 20 min away and I-80 less than 1 mile.

Green Valley Country Club is a community favorite, featuring golf, tennis or swimming. Additionally, Rockville Regional Park is an excellent destination for walking trails leading to ponds, caves and scenic picnic areas.

This neighborhood is perfect for those seeking single-family homes. This is a varied community, with homes representing a wide range of time periods and styles. In general, homes in Eastridge are about $775,000 – $2,295,000 and sit on 0.75-acre lots with four bedrooms and four bathrooms. 

Eastridge is a fabulous alternative to Napa Valley or Fairfield, offering both exclusivity and accessibility, a rare find in Northern California. 

Eastridge Stats

Population: 2345 residents

Average age: 53 years old *

Homeowners: 89%

Homes in Eastridge are on the market for an average of 81 days and are typically purchased at close to asking price. Property taxes hover around $12,080 per year, and homeowners' association fees are approximately $176.