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The Nelson’s Project


Founded in 1851 and named after General Mariano Gaudelupe Vallejo, this city is home to one of the most a diverse communities in California. Perfectly situated along the shores of the San Pablo Bay, Vallejo is perfect for the SF commuter with just a 45 minutes ferry ride or for the winer conniseur with Napa being a quick 30 minute drive. Vallejo offers a delicious assortment of prestige restaurants from Mare Island Brewery, Savage and Cook, Provisions, and more. This ever growing population is full of community, affordability, and ____.  You'll fall in love with the unique arcitecture from Victorians to craftsman to modern.

20131 Grove Street


Benicia is often described as the Bay Areas best kept secret. Nestled between between Vallejo and Martinez, this town is easy overlooked as you pass through on Highway 780. It offers small town vibes, a tight nit community, and a bustling 1st Street. Home of One House Bakery, multpile antique shops, bars, and restaurants, Benicia is far from sleepy. They host a plethora of events, parades, and markets that are literally fun for the whole family. 

The Jefferson’s Lake House

The Jefferson’s Lake House

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