Napa, CA


If, when you think of Napa, you think of endless rows of grapevines, sculpted mountain peaks, and impossibly blue skies -- well, you're right. But there's more to Napa than being the largest city in Wine Country and a dazzling display of rolling hills and vineyards. Napa is situated about an hour north of San Francisco, an hour south of Sacramento, and an hour west of the Pacific Coast. It is home to roughly 78,000 residents, an impressive 802 acres of park space, and fantastic year-round weather. The Oxbow Public Market, located near the Napa River, is the place you'll want to shop after moving to a Napa apartment. The market contains a variety of specialty shops for everything from artisan cheeses to unique gift items to seafood. You can also shop downtown, surrounded by period architecture, mountain views, and wide sidewalks.

5 Neighborhoods in Napa, CA

  • Beard

    Napa provides residents with endless recreational, cultural, and dining possibilities in a sun-drenched valley 50 miles north of one of the country's most scenic cities, San Francisco. The neighborhood of Beard provides quiet, residential living and convenient access to Highway 29, all within less than three miles from the bustle and bravado of the city's heart. After a long day of wine tasting, hiking dusty trails, or catching the latest independent flick at the Napa Valley Film Festival, residents enjoy nights out on the town with exquisite dining experiences or perfect takeout tacos.

  • Central Napa

    Napa, California. Imagine fertile hills covered with grape vines drenched in morning fog. Wineries galore and hot air balloons in the sky. The small city that lies 53 miles northeast of San Francisco encompasses all that and more.

  • Linda Vista

    On the southern end of the legendary Napa Valley with its dreamlike landscape and golden light, the city of Napa serves as a starting point for wine country, while starring as a world-class destination in and of itself.

  • Pueblo

    Napa combines "la dolce vita" with an active lifestyle and a premium location less than 60 miles from San Francisco. With endless rolling hills in golden light, Napa shines as a world-class destination for dining and wine.

  • Westwood

    The legendary green hills and tall trees of California's Napa Valley surround you in Westwood, a fantastic neighborhood that once contained orchards. Today, it consists of quiet streets lined with single-family homes and apartment communities. Westwood is about one mile west of central Napa, bounded on the east by Highway 29 and to the north by First Street. Westwood is home to the Napa Premium Outlets, attracting visitors from all over the valley to shop at stores like Coach, J. Crew Factory, Tommy Hilfiger, and Cole Haan Outlet.