Santa Ynez real estate, and property in the adjacent Santa Maria Valley and Los Alamos Valley, is among the most prized in all of California. When it comes to world- class Santa Ynez ranches and the vineyards of the Santa Rita Hills, and single family homes in the charming towns of Los Olivos, Ballard, Santa Ynez and Solvang, this very special part of California’s Central Coast is outstanding. Because this is a unique region of California – an oasis where the relaxed and respectful sensibilities of yesteryear meet today’s casual sophistication – it’s important for real estate buyers and sellers here to choose their broker wisely.
A wise choice is the father-son real estate team of Mike and Micah Brady, who have more than seven decades of combined residency in the Santa Ynez Valley. Their knowledge of the region’s real estate market inventory and sales trends is unsurpassed. Of equal importance to their clients is their in-depth knowledge of property histories, area schools and services, government regulations and more. Even their familiarity with local weather patterns and microclimates can be of great benefit to those clients considering relocating to the valley, or within the valley.
This website is your comprehensive resource for real estate in the Santa Ynez Valley as well as in the Santa Maria Valley and Los Alamos Valley. You can peruse Brady Team listings, search all Wine Country listings in the MLS (Multiple Listing Service), learn about Mike and Micah’s areas of expertise in the Brady Country section, and keep up with the latest real estate news and views via the Brady Blog..
Start your day by heading over to the quaint little town of Los Olivos. Visit Sanger Family Wines to experience Consilience, Tre Anelli and Marianello Wines , as well as some of the best olive oils in the state. Their Marianello Olive Farm is here in the valley and is planted solely to the Lucca variety. […]» more
If you’ve spent any time in Italy, you know that Italians know how to live a beautiful life. Italians are easy-going and have a positive outlook on life. Especially in their daily life. Italians live “la vita bella”. However, the beautiful life does not mean the extravagant life. It means a relaxed, family-centric lifestyle, with […]» more
Legend has it, that during Prohibition, alcohol was being produced in “Happy Canyon”. People would take a drive to “Happy Canyon” to purchase it, and, the name stuck. The 23, 941 acres, which makes up Happy Canyon, achieved American Viticulture Area (AVA) Designation in November of 2009. It is located in the eastern end of […]» more