Sponsored: Wine Country travelers’ home tours

If you’re reading these pages online or in print, chances are you’ve started considering the possibilities of owning a new-construction home. The Sunday Homes section won’t suggest how you spend every aspect of your vacation. But we do have good ideas on how to add some adventure to the driving legs of your getaway.

In the first installment of this series, we suggested some stops to take while on the road to such places as Yosemite, the Central Valley and other areas east of the Bay Area. In future weeks, we’ll cover regions where new-home developments are taking hold near the coast or south of the Bay Area’s traditional limits.

This week, let’s take a road trip northbound for a house-hunting tour if summer travels are taking you through the Wine Country in Sonoma or Napa counties, or to other small towns and freshwater lakes north of the Bay Area.

Now it’s time to pull out a map to help pinpoint new-home communities all over the Bay Area and beyond.

Traveling north
to Napa County

From east Contra Costa County, cross the Delta and, as soon as you enter Napa County, visit the newly released final phase of Davidon Homes in Andersen Ranch. There, you can tour the luxury and high-quality craftsmanship associated with the Davidon name.

This collection of homes features five innovative floor plans, including three single-story designs, ranging from 2,405 square feet to 3,680 square feet and priced from the low $1 million range. Discover finely detailed finishes such as professionally appointed kitchens, opulent master suites and welcoming outdoor living areas. It’s all in a quiet community with the feeling of seclusion, yet only minutes from schools, dining, world-class golf, recreation and all the benefits of Napa County Wine Country living.

Alternatively, from the Peninsula, or from west Contra Costa County, cross the Golden …read more

Source:: The Mercury News – Lifestyle


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