Ginger Martin possesses a track record shared by very few real estate professionals globally. Recruited by Sotheby’s International Realty in 1997 as a founding associate of its now 80 agent strong San Francisco brokerage, she quickly secured her position in the top 1% of the firm’s agents worldwide. After a decade of unprecedented success, Ginger brought her polished reputation and discerning client roster to the Napa/Sonoma Wine Country where she and her husband own a winery and home.Learn more
"Gingers performance with us in selling our St. Helena house was just tremendous. It was not an easy sale, yet she did it in 11 days, perfectly, for the price we wanted and during the Napa fire! No matter what obstacle confronted us, and there were several, she powered through each with skill and professionalism. She is fantastic."
"Ginger Martin helped me purchase a home in the Napa Valley several years ago and words cannot describe how great she was. Ginger's energy was infectious, and I loved how dedicated she worked in getting me my dream home. She was always available for my questions, was extremely helpful, and a pure delight."
"Ginger Martin listed my home in Sonoma, CA and far exceeded my expectations that I had on a real estate agent. She was highly knowledgeable about the Market in Wine Country, very attentive, and extremely helpful in the entire process. Ginger is very well networked and sold my house with multiple offers."
Sonoma has one of the most storied histories of any town in California. Today, Sonoma is a premier wine producing area and global destination for travelers.
Glen Ellen is a town of less than 800 located in the heart of Sonoma Valley. It's truly a romantic, sleepy little town that is a great place to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life.
Kenwood sits at the edge of Sugarloaf Ridge to the northeast and Bennett Mountain to the west, and is well-reputed for its many wineries, restaurants and resorts.
Healdsburg is nestled into the Northern part of Sonoma country, tucked between the regions lush valleys.
St. Helena is touted as 'Napa Valley's Main Street'. It is one of the wine region's most charming and vibrant communities.
Many call Yountville the 'Culinary Capital of Napa Valley' because it's home to more Michelin Star Restaurants per capita than any other city in North America.
Rutherford is tucked in halfway between the towns of Yountville and St. Helena along Napa Valley's main thoroughfare Route 29.
As one of the smallest communities in the valley, Oakville is a mini-hamlet of only about 70 residents which offers as peaceful a community as you could ask for.