El Pintado is Teresa’s home, where she and her husband have built The Hooper Farm. Teresa describes the neighborhood as the Clampetts meet the McMansions and everything in between. There are original ranchers next to Tuscan estates with sprawling vineyards. The neighborhood has a rural feel with open fields and large properties, and many are zoned for horses, chickens and goats. It truly feels like the country, yet you are less than a mile from the freeway and downtown Danville. The windy roads, hidden streets, eclectic mix of homes and gorgeous hiking trails make this a rare find. You can find Teresa hiking the trails behind El Alamo every morning with her dog, Cookie! It is the perfect place to see the sunrise and start the day.