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California Wine Country

What Can I Get For $1 Million In … Napa, California?

By Amy Puchaty | June 6, 2019 | Comments Off on What Can I Get For $1 Million In … Napa, California?

How about a spectacular second shelter with a town and country feel! That is exactly what we found in Napa, California, under $1 million in the idyllic Browns Valley neighborhood. To sweeten the deal, the property comes complete with a sparkling pool and massive party deck for entertaining. The three-bedroom, three-full-bathroom, single-story home affords a […]

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Splurge vs. Steal Resort Edition: Napa Valley

By Amy Puchaty | March 29, 2018 | 1 Comment

This week has us dreaming of a wine country getaway, so what better way to appease those cabernet-colored dreams than a Splurge vs. Steal Resort Edition in Napa Valley! From hiking and biking, to boutique shops, restaurants and a flourishing arts scene, Napa is filled with things to do, including owning and operating your own vineyard. […]

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Dallasites Unite Via Vines: Cast Wines of Dry Creek Valley, Sonoma

By valeriejarvie | August 1, 2017 | Comments Off on Dallasites Unite Via Vines: Cast Wines of Dry Creek Valley, Sonoma

Meet Cast Wines, a West Coast winery with a bevy of Dallasites behind it. Located in a gorgeous setting in the Dry Creek Valley of Sonoma County, Cast Wines is just the sort of boutique-y type spot that make wine country visits a pleasure — a place to experience the delightful lifestyle Northern California wine […]

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A Second Home Vineyard: Craig and Kathryn Hall Lead the Way With New Book That Debuts a Bestseller

By valeriejarvie | September 28, 2016 | Comments Off on A Second Home Vineyard: Craig and Kathryn Hall Lead the Way With New Book That Debuts a Bestseller

Do you dream of a second home with a vineyard, a place to unwind with a wine country lifestyle? Kathryn and Craig Hall, who split their time between Dallas and Napa Valley, have penned a memoir of their journey from purchasing a dilapidated Rutherford winery to seeing a Hall-crafted Cabernet Sauvignon receive a perfect score […]

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Falstaff Grove: A Retreat With Room For Growth In Sebastopol

By Deidre Woollard | February 16, 2015 | 2 Comments

Napa County may get the lion’s share of the California wine country press while Sonoma County sometimes seems lumped in as an afterthought. But Sonoma has its own quiet magic. Falstaff Grove looks like it could be a resort or bed and breakfast, but it is a private home located approximately 4 miles west of downtown […]

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Own A Vacation Home for as Little as $87,000: Fractionals Are Coming Back and No Longer a Dirty Word

By Candy Evans | June 15, 2012 | 9 Comments

Wade Shealy, founder and creator of 3rdhome.com and one of the most knowledgeable people I’ve met on the second home market, tells me fractionals are going to come back strong. Fractional vacation home ownership makes sense; you own a deeded right to your property for a “fraction” of a year, which is why most people […]

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