I grew up in Davis, attended Davis schools and graduated from UCD. We bought our first home in Village Homes and raised our children here.
My husband, a UCD Professor, and I have been building a bird habitat around our peaceful country home along Putah Creek, six miles west of Davis, for the past 20 years. We have observed over 120 bird species, with 40 of them nesting here.
Our son Matthias, a firefighter in Hilo, Hawaii, and his wife Lisa are the proud parents of our grand daughter Ella. Our son Miles recently graduated from Lewis & Clark College and resides in Portland, Oregon.
I had the good fortune to work at Chez Panisse restaurant for several years where I learned to appreciate seasonal foods and good cooking. Now more than ever I really appreciate the incredible array of fresh, local, season foods that are available to us here in Davis. In the rare moment that I am not working on a real estate transaction, you can find me shopping at the farmers market or cooking up a meal to enjoy with friends. I belong to our active Davis and Sacramento Slow Food conviviums.
I am intensely concerned about preserving the peaceful, clean and safe environment of Yolo County. To put this concern to action, I serve as a board member of the Yolo Community Foundation (Link: www.yolocf.org) I am pleased to donate a portion of proceeds from each transaction to the foundation for funds that support local schools. In addition, Coldwell Banker Doug Arnold Real Estate has donated over $50,000 annually to support schools and community.
About Coldwell Banker Doug Arnold Real Estate
A dedicated force in the community since 1973, CBDARE has been the leader in Yolo County for years, with over 60% of real estate transactions in the past three years running. Being part of this impressive network of professionals, I have access to more properties, often knowing about them before they are even listed. That means that I can be more powerful and effective in finding buyers for your property, or in finding your special home.