Yountville, CA 55+ Active Adult Retirement Communities

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    Overview 

    Yountville, California, is a luxurious city in the Napa Valley. Home to many wineries and top-ranking restaurants, Yountville is perfect for active residents who enjoy food, wine, culture, nature, and warm weather. There is plenty to do including bike rides, golf courses, and a relaxed culture centered on high-quality experiences. 

    Climate & Geography 

    Like most of California, Yountville has a Mediterranean climate with hot, dry summers and mild, wet winters. Residents can expect no snowfall, less rainfall than the national average, and approximately 266 sunny days throughout each year. 

    Yountville is considered part of the Bay Area of California, although the city is a bit further inland, and is in the Napa Valley, surrounded by mountain ranges and state parks. 

    Recreation, Culture, & Entertainment 

    Yountville’s rich agricultural landscapes and wonderful weather make Yountville a perfect place to spend plenty of time outdoors. Residents can visit one of the many state parks in the area for camping, hiking, fishing, and more. Other attractions include the Vintner’s Golf Club, and bike renting at Napa Valley.

    Because the city is deep in California's wine country there are dozens of local wineries to visit, and Yountville is home to some of the best restaurants in the world, such as the French Laundry which has a three-star rating from the Michelin guide. Residents can also learn about the area’s history by visiting the Napa Valley Museum, AERENA Galleries and Gardens, The Hess Collection Winery and Art Museum, and the Gordon Gallery.

    For more shopping, dining, and entertainment options, the city of San Francisco can be reached in just under two hours, ideal for a day trip or weekend getaway.

    Cost of Living & Taxes

    The overall cost of living in Yountville is nearly double the U.S. average. This is primarily due to the extremely high cost of homes and housing, which is four times the average, while all other indexes are also above average. 

    California is typically not considered tax friendly for retirees. Though the state does not tax Social Security benefits, all other forms of retirement income are taxed at ordinary rates. Property tax rates are relatively low, but due to the high cost of homes this can be a very significant expense. This is offset slightly by a homeowners' exemption that reduces the taxable value of a home for qualifying residents.  

    Health Care

    There are many health care options for Yountville residents in surrounding areas including high performing hospitals like Queen of the Valley Medical Center, Adventist Health St. Helena, Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital, Sutter Santa Rosa Regional Hospital, NorthBay Medical Center, and Kaiser Permanente Santa Rosa Medical Center. All these hospitals have specialties in various adult procedures and conditions.

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