Who has not heard about the famous Napa Valley in California? Any wine lover from any part of the world will be familiar with this name. After all, this is the place that produces some of the finest wines all over the world. Among the many counties that lie in the San Francisco Bay Area, this is the most famous. This county is also one of the areas that have been in existence from the100 commission napa time California was declared a state. Thanks to the various types of crops that are cultivated in this county, it is also renowned for agriculture.
Napa County occupies 788 Square Miles or valuable Northern California Real Estate. Considered one of the top American Viticultural Areas in California, Napa Valley has a long history, dating back to the early 1900’s. Over 140 wineries were located in Napa Valley at the end of the 19th century. The wine industry was stalled for many years when prohibition was enacted in 1920. In addition to prohibition an infestation to the vines roots caused many established wineries to close. After the World War II, this beautiful region started to flourish once again. Several of the original wineries still exist today. Charles Krug Winery, Chateau Montelena, and Beringer are a few of the wineries that have withstood the test of time, and many setbacks along the way.
Napa County is home to a diverse range of flora and fauna which you might not be able to see in most parts of the world. The climate in the summer is warmer in Napa than most other surrounding counties which make it suitable for grape cultivation. Wineries and beautiful scenery are why this is a popular vacation spot. The number of households in this area is just 45,402 and the average income of each household is $51,738. Napa County is bordered by Solano County to the south/southeast, Sonoma County to the west, Lake County to the north, and Yolo County to the east. This is also a popular destination for visitors from San Francisco, Sacramento, San Jose, Oakland, Fresno, and Southern California.
Napa County Has:
- 1 Protected Area
- 3 Rivers/Creeks
- 12 Lakes/Reservoirs
- 5 Major Highways
- 1 Airport
- 1 Rail
- 2 Radio Stations
- 1 Newspaper
A large portion of the Napa Valley is used for agricultural purposes. A number of people who make their living by farming relocate to this region each year keeping the demand for Napa Real Estate Agents extremely high. Residential growth is this county is growing at a steady pace now making it the best time for Realty Source agents to prosper on our unique 100% commission program.
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