18990 Coyote Valley Road – Hidden Valley Lake, California
Just off major Hwy 29, Hidden Valley Lake is a safe and unique area of Southern Lake County which offers commercial and office space in the conveniently located Coyote Valley Plaza with built to suit suites from 150-5000 sq. ft. The array of existing businesses include: St. Helena Medical Specialties, Laser and Skin Care Services, Pharmacy and Retail store, Premium Coffee House, Big Chill Frozen Yogurt, Hair Salon, Anytime Fitness, Barks & Bubbles Pet Care, Morgan Lane Real Estate, First American Title Company and Sicily’s Italian Restaurant.
Accompanying well established and diverse services/shopping, Coyote Valley Plaza can provide a professional space for any business imaginable. The Coyote Valley Plaza has enjoyed a seasonal Farmer’s Market with live music most Thursdays and also hosts other special events and activities such as Chamber of Commerce & Middletown Area Merchants Association mixers.
Living in a quaint area like Middletown and Hidden Valley Lake there is genuine community spirit. Hidden Valley Lake is a community of supportive families whether for local schools or the retail/service business owners. The population is approximately 13K within a 10 mile radius, 37.5K within a 15 mile radius. The average income in HVL is 76,455 (EASI Demographics on Demand).
- Attracts a clientele/customer base not only from all of Lake County, but nearby Napa and Sonoma counties as well. The lovely and world renowned St. Helena and Calistoga area (only 30 minutes away) are home to some of the most famous wineries nationwide.
- With a Mediterranean and raw landscape Lake County has destination wineries such as historic Langtry estates & vineyards in the Guenoc Valley along with other popular and upcoming pocket wineries such as Six Sigma in Lower Lake 15 minutes outside of HVL.
- The Plaza is located adjacent to an award winning 18 hole golf course open to the public. In the summer months, the Hidden Valley Lake Association hosts a summer Concert and Market series May-September with wine tasting, free live music and vendor booths to shop and inexpensive entertainment for the kids including jumpy houses, face painting and crafts.
- For the fishing enthusiasts, just 20 min. away is scenic Clearlake, the largest natural lake in California. Annual fishing tournaments bring thousands to surrounding communities with some of the best Bass fishing in the country. Numerous parks and trails surround the Lake with spectacular boating opportunities for kids young and old!