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Lee Miller

Napa / California
I take Real Estate business seriously, but that doesn’t mean we can’t still have fun with it. I service Napa, a small town of 70k, and I am keeping my finger on the pulse of real estate market trends. My clients routinely remark that buying or selling their home was much more fun and enjoyable than they thought it would be. That’s because I go out of my way to make it so. I have the Real Estate in my blood, and I have been in its environment since childhood, where I watched my father, a broker, build a successful multi-office business with as many as 19 agents. 
I grew up just 38 miles away in Santa Rosa and have now lived in Napa for 3 years. And during this short period of time I have found all the gems hidden in this town. I am a fan of hiking and biking, and I know the best trails in the area. In fact, I am an alternate board member of The Vine Trail Council who endeavors to build a 30 mile bike path from Vallejo to Calistoga. And as a participant of social oriented MeetUp groups with wine and food focus, I can familiarize you with the best dining options in town. I try to give back to the community as much as I can, which is why I am one of the Napa Valley Film Festival contributors.
Don't hesitate to contact me! I am your best source for a home in wine country CA, when I am not enjoying the exquisite food & wine available.

Served Neighborhoods:
Napa, Sonoma & Solano Counties

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Neighborhood Guides by Lee

Top 10 Neighborhood Amenities in Napa, CA

Ahh, the splendor that is Napa Valley wine country. For those of us fortunate enough to live here, it's because of our world class dining and wine selection, punctuated with top talent performing at intimate venues and an unmistakeable calm that is so prevalent to the lifestyle in this quaint community. You will no doubt get a sense or relaxation upon your arrival to Napa or any of the communities 'up valley', i.e. Yountville, St. Helena or Calistoga. We have more Michelin rated restaurants per capita than any where in the world and enjoy 400+ wineries within a 60 minute drive our homes. Hollywood and small independent film makers flock to our valley every November for the Napa Valley Film Festival ( and each May we enjoy There are 850 acres of hiking and biking in Skyline Park, a mere 3 miles from downtown and the will soon connect Vallejo to Calistoga with safe bike paths. In addition to the wonderful activities, we are well equipped with amenities for locals to carry on with everyday life also, such as an Outlet Mall, 3 high schools, major grocery chains, Home Depot & Lowes and more....lest you get the false impression that just because our vibe and culture are very relaxed because we are a 'po dunk' town. Napa has about 75,000 people and the Napa metro area is 138,000, ranking 300th nationally, and that translates to 71 people per square mile, ranking 216th.
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