With diverse experience valuing large rural, residential and commercial properties throughout the North Bay, Darryl specializes in ranches, vineyards, investment properties and development projects.
Born in Santa Rosa, Darryl Vice has lived in the North Bay all his life. He attended Cardinal Newman High School before moving on to University of California, Berkeley, where he played second base and shortstop for the Cal Baseball Team, including a trip to the College World Series in 1988 with future San Francisco Giants players Jeff Kent and Darren Lewis. After college, Darryl was drafted by the Oakland Athletics organization, and went on to play for both the Oakland A’s and Chicago Cubs reaching the AAA level.
Darryl returned to Sonoma County in 1993, and became a teacher and coach at Cardinal Newman High School. In 1998, he joined his father Gary Vice at Vice Appraisal Company, and began training for his General Appraisers License. In 2004, they were joined by Darryl’s brother Ryan Vice in forming Vice Properties, with the goal of providing complete real estate services to their clients.
Darryl has more than 15 years’ experience as a California licensed real estate appraiser with Vice Appraisal Company, and 10 years as co-founder, owner and licensed salesperson of Vice Properties, Inc. With diverse experience valuing large rural, residential and commercial properties throughout the North Bay, Darryl specializes in ranches, vineyards, investment properties and development projects. Through his national network, Darryl is responsible for identifying potential opportunities, site evaluation, acquisition and disposition.
Over the years, Darryl has continued to coach at Cardinal Newman High School, in both the baseball and basketball programs, marking his 20th year coaching at his alma mater in 2013. Darryl lives in Santa Rosa with his wife and two daughters.