Marin

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From breathtaking ocean vistas to world-class wineries; Michelin-starred restaurants to beloved seafood shanties, Northern California is home to an incredible array of destinations primed for culture, cuisine and adventure. Here’s our pick of four not-to-be missed day trips in NorCal.

NAPA VALLEY - Just 45 miles north of the Golden Gate Bridge, this iconic destination is home to Michelin-starred restaurants, lust-worthy landscapes, and of course, some of the best wine in the world. A visit to Thomas Keller’s three Michelin-starred The French Laundry is a worthy destination in and of itself, but if you can’t score a reservation, there are plenty of tasting rooms and farm-to-table restaurants to keep you busy for days, let alone an afternoon. Spend

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With St. Patrick’s Day just around the corner, we’ve got all things “green” on the mind. From rolling green lawns and world-class botanical gardens at a historic estate in Montecito to a collection of ultra-private villas nestled in one of Mexico’s last remaining beachfront jungles, these seven offerings around the world are worth celebrating.

GARDENHOUSE | BEVERLY HILLS

The first residential project in the United States from the world-renowned MAD Architects, Gardenhouse brings visionary design to Beverly Hills, offering a collection of distinct, contemporary residences. Featuring one of the largest living walls in the country, Gardenhouse is enveloped in a vibrant façade of native plants and succulents, which transform with the seasons,

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A new chapter has unfolded in Lake Tahoe’s storied history as Granite Place, the bold new residential development and first phase of the highly anticipated Boulder Bay Resort in Crystal Bay launches sales.

The first offering of its kind in Lake Tahoe in decades, Granite Place features a limited collection of 18 luxury residences across three buildings, with expansive living areas perfectly conceived for entertaining. The property’s Lake, Mountain and Park buildings include two- to four-bedroom condominiums ranging from 1,641 to 2,718 square feet, and feature sweeping lake views and a sophisticated, contemporary aesthetic. Residents enjoy a host of high-end amenities and services, including on-call 24/7 concierge services, a cutting-edge spa and

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From colorful street murals to sleek gallery spaces, monthly art walks to world-class exhibition halls, every city and region has its own artistic personality and cultural identity. Below are some of our favorite artful attractions in the Bay Area.

DANVILLE ART & WINE STROLL - Taking place on Thursday, April 18th in historic Downtown Danville, the 16th edition of this beloved neighborhood art and wine event will showcase works by local artists along with bites, live entertainment, and tastings from top local wineries. Guests can ride the old-timey trolley between Danville and Danville Livery and checkout local shops and eateries along the way.

ANDY GOLDSWORTHY’S WOOD LINE - Nestled in a eucalyptus grove near San Francisco’s Presidio, this iconic

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Southern California

1587 NORTH BUNDY DRIVE | BRENTWOOD | $3,495,000

Orange County

419 29TH STREET | THE CANNERY | $4,350,000

Palm Springs

81221 PIEDMONT DRIVE | INDIO | $15,000/MONTH

Pasadena

639 SOUTH LOS ROBLES AVENUE | PASADENA | $2,588,000

Northern California

109 CROWN ROAD | KENTFIELD | $3,995,000

British Columbia

4850 SHORECLIFF POINT | ROCKY POINT, BRITISH COLUMBIA | CAD $2,198,000 

Park City

2200 EAST WALKER LANE | HOLLADAY, UTAH | $6,750,000

Mexico

CASA CANTAMAR | PUNTA DE MITA, MEXICO | $2,200,000

Turks & Caicos

5105 TURTLE TAIL DRIVE | PROVIDENCIALES | TURKS & CAICOS | $4,999,000

South Florida

5224 NW 37TH AVENUE | BOCA RATON, FLORIDA |

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Before the town of Danville solidified its standing among California’s most coveted enclaves—and became the site of The Agency’s East Bay office—it was a quaint farming town and little-known thoroughfare during the California Gold Rush. Often referred to as “the heart of the San Ramon Valley,” the town was settled and named by two brothers, Daniel and Andrew Inman, who purchased 400 acres of farmland in 1854 with their mining earnings.

“Danville and nearby Diablo are known for many things, and one of them is their history,” says Taso Tsakos, Managing Partner of The Agency’s Danville Office. “Many of the town’s early buildings still stand today, and our streets and schools are named for its early pioneers. We’re proud to be a community that values

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