Livermore was one of the first wines regions in California, when Spanish missionaries planted vines here in the 1760s. America’s first International gold medal was bestowed on a wine from the Livermore Valley in 1889. With more than 50 wineries, Livermore is recognized as a wine destination.
Vineyards provide a gorgeous landscape and promote Livermore’s long time commitment to agriculture and open space. The late 90s and 2000s saw the birth of a number of neighborhoods interspersed at the edges of wine country, all part of the South Livermore Master Plan.
Homes in this area are highly sought after for their vistas as well as their design, many falling into the luxury home category. Looking for a home in South Livermore Wine Country? Locals have various ways of gauging what constitues South Livermore. Some refer to everything south of First St. as South Livermore. Others, think it starts south of Concannon. And homes in the ‘wine country’ might deemed to be those on the borders of open space. The neighborhoods listed below are south include those south of First Street and are just minutes from wineries and well-ranked Livermore schools.
Alden Lane (2002-2004)
Arroyo Crossings (2008-2012)
Chardonnay Estates (1985-1998)
Chateau Gamay (1992-1996)
Forest Glades Estates (1979-1983)
Granada Woods (1960s)
Kristopher Ranch (2000-2004)
Los Olivos (2002-2004)
Ponderosa Legacy (2000-2005)
Quail Run (1986-1990)
Sterling Reserve (1997-1998)
The Oaks (1998-2001)
The Vineyards (1997-1998)
Vintage Collection (2001-2012)
Homes for sale in South Livermore Wine Country.
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(all data current as of 1/4/2013)
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