Yountville, Ca Real Estate And Community Information

Welcome to Yountville, California
The town of Yountville is approximately 8 miles north of the City of Napa, a part of the magnificent Napa Valley, in Northern California wine country. It is known for its excellent restaurants. Many of the Yountville properties boast extraordinary mountain views. Most Yountville homes for sale are three-bedroom houses. In Yountville, Carolyn will assist you in finding dream home-investments ranging from quaint to palatial.

Yountville History

Younville Historic HistoryThe town of Yountville is built on land that was obtained through a land grant from the Mexican government. George Calvert Yount received the land in 1836. He began plotting the town's boundaries during the 1850's. Yount originally named the town Sebastopol. It was renamed Yountville in his honor after his death. Railroad service to Yountville began in the 1860s, and this brought new residents into the area. A winery, barrel room and distillery room were built in the Yountville area in the 1870s. These buildings are now home to restaurants and specialty shops. History buffs and owners of Yountville, California homes learn about the town's history and there is a lot of helpful information on the Yountville website itself.

Yountville Parks and Recreation

Yountville home buyers who enjoy outdoor recreation can Yountville Fun In The Sunenlist the help of a Yountville Realtor to find a home near one of the city's parks. Forrester Park, Vineyard Park and Veterans Memorial Park have walking trails. People can get together for picnics at all seven of the town parks. Yountville residents can reserve picnic sites at the parks ahead of time. Annual events held at the parks include an Easter egg hunt and a camp out. Dance classes and art classes are held in the town's community center. Camp Y Ville is held during the summer for children in kindergarten through fifth grade.

Yountville Attractions, Activities and Events

The town's central location in California wine country means that residents of Yountville are near plenty of things to do. Some real estate in Yountville is near the town's award-winning restaurants. The tasting menu at The French Laundry may include caviar and lobster. Bouchon serves lobster, lamb and sirloin. A trip to the Napa Valley Museum provides Yountville residents with information about the history of their town and the Napa Valley. The museum's website is http://napavalleymuseum.org.
Yountville real estate owners and residents of nearby towns get together for several annual events. These include Yountville Days, the Halloween Harvest Festival and the Festival of Lights.

Carolyn Roberts can help you buy or sell your home. Contact her at 707-258-5248 or via email at croberts99@aol.com. Please be sure to check out the surrounding areas Napa, American Canyon, Rutherford, St. HelenaCalistoga, and Sonoma Valley.


Carolyn Roberts
Carolyn Roberts
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