What Kind of Wine Country Life Do You Want?

Between Sonoma county’s 1768 square miles and Napa County’s 789 square miles lie a variety of different property types  and lifestyle choices.  You may desire a city life or a country life.  Perhaps horses are your thing, perhaps you’d like to dabble in wine making or maybe you’d like to walk to the downtown café for lunch.  What ever your choice is, the wine country is abundant with any kind of life you want.  Click on the circle that tickles your fancy!


Wine Country Life Philosophy

A home is not a home because of its room dimensions
or the color of the walls – It is about how you feel when you
walk through the front door. It’s about the way you can instantly
envision your life unfolding there. This is about more than real estate.
It is about your life and your dreams.


Our philosophy is “listen, comprehend, educate,
care & execute.” This is the discipline of our agents.
We have proven time and time again when our philosophy is
applied to your real estate needs, you make educated and
informed choices equating a successful and satisfying outcome.



Life in the Wine Country

Love where you live and live where you love, it’s such a simple statement. Those of us living in the wine country are fortunate, we live a 365 day a year life.  It’s rarely too hot to go outside or too rainy to put on a slicker.  Living here is a whole new high quality way of life.  

The wine country is comprised of Sonoma County, Napa County and parts of Mendocino County.  It’s a huge and diverse area that offers every kind of life you could ask for. You can live in the thick of city life in downtown Santa Rosa, or in the country on a ranch with horses and no ambient city sounds just minutes from amenities.  

If you’re looking for an adventurous life, there are lakes to hike to or camp at, endless bike trails and a strong community of riders, thousands of wineries, the ocean, the Russian River… 

Tourists enjoy Napa, Sonoma, Healdsburg, Calistoga and St. Helena  Where there is a high season and low season.  Locals prefer Sebastopol, Windsor, Healdsburg Petaluma and Calistoga.  

Many of the towns like Sonoma, Napa, Sebastopol and Healdsburg have local theatre and cultural events.  

Most importantly the most wonderful thing about wine country is the food!  Almost everywhere you can find some little restaurant with a ‘chef’ growing the nights offerings in the back yard.  Farm to table, locally grown – it’s a big “way of life” here.  

Travel is readily available all over wine country. Santa Rosa Airport now flies to Portland, Seattle and Phoeanix – all major international hubs for getting anywhere in the U.S. Or abroad.  From Santa Rosa to the G.G. Bridge is 55 mins.  The SMART train will begin spring of 2017 with affordable train rides from the Santa Rosa Airport to San Rafael.