Napa Valley Winery with Stream
A RARE, VALLEY FLOOR, 16+ ACRE PRIVATE ESTATE, THAT INCLUDES OVER 12 ACRES OF INCOME PRODUCING PROFESSIONALLY MANAGED, PRISTINE, AND HIGHLY PRODUCTIVE VINEYARD PLANTED IN SAUVIGNON BLANC, ONE OF THE MOST SOUGHT-AFTER GRAPES IN THE NAPA VALLEY AVA.
The property provides two entrances with a long paved private drive that gives way to the vineyard and is then followed by the family compound, bordering a Creek and set among dozens of Oak Trees, some over 250 years old. This stunning entrance displays the estate, the permitted guest unit, and the massive 47,000-gallon pool and outdoor entertainment area. The pool also serves as a fire suppression source.
The creek flows most of the year and has ensured ample groundwater to support both the vineyard and the estate through a very productive well. The public sewer system is a rare entitlement for a farm property, and it shuns wastewater from all sources on the property into the Napa Sanitation system.
A new array of solar panels provides nearly all the power necessary to support the estate and keep operating costs to a minimum. The beautiful home, totally redone in 2005, was consciously designed to pay tribute to the traditional Napa farmhouse, but inside is an entertainer’s dream, with stained and polished concrete and reclaimed wood floors that are over 130 years old, warmed by radiant heat, an open kitchen with large pantry, a walk-in temperature-controlled wine cellar, and high-end appliances including 2 dishwashers. The large wrap around veranda, outdoor pizza oven, covered outdoor eating area by the pool, and ample parking, all flowing off the kitchen provide the ideal setting for large gatherings. With 6 bedrooms, the home and a separate guest unit, encompassing over 325 sq ft, there is plenty of room for family and friends.
This is a rare valley floor offering and includes:
- All Real Property
- Vineyard Income
- 2 Parcels | 16.26 +/- Acres
- 12.25 +/- Total Planted Acres of Vines
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In Cooperation with the Damian Archbold Group