Napa is a city known for its quality lifestyle. There are many neighborhoods, each with its own distinct character. In “old town,” there are tree-lined streets with many old homes restored to their former grandeur. On the north side of town are 1960s subdivisions, such as Bel Aire and Springwood, with curving streets and cul-de-sacs. To the west is Browns Valley, an eclectic area, large in size, which offers everything from WWII-age housing to very recent, large executive-type homes. The Riverfront Residences are a recently built Venetian-style building in the heart of downtown along the Napa River. They are a part of the unique Riverfront District, housing 50 luxury residences located above shops, cafés and restaurants. South along the Napa River are marina-style homes and condominiums at River Park or executive-type homes at the Napa Yacht Club, many with frontage on the river or a tributary and private docks. For the “country club” minded, there is Silverado Resort, with its world-famous golf and tennis facilities, which has premium-priced homes and condominiums surrounding its 36 holes of golf. To the northeast is a unique, rural subdivision, Circle Oaks. Situated in an area of Valley Oaks and Madrone trees, the setting offers a true country feel. And closer to Lake Berryessa, a lake view area, homes are offered at entry-level prices. For the economy-minded, first-rate mobile home parks with homes of varying prices are in place. Several of them are legally designated “senior” parks (age 55 or older). Napa Valley Community Housing and other nonprofit agencies offer affordable, attractive and safe homes for low and very low income residents, including seniors.