The tunnel leading to the wine tasting room at 3777 Skyfarm Drive in Santa Rosa.

Never mind the Flintstone house in San Mateo – Sonoma County has its own unusual and noteworthy home, complete with two pools, a swim up bar and a medieval stone tunnel.  3777 Skyfarm Drive in Santa Rosa is a whopping 9,600 square feet and has five bedrooms, seven bathrooms, a private guest wing with its own kitchen and a custom 400 gallon built-in fish tank.


The 9,600 square foot home and view from 3777 Skyfarm Drive in Santa Rosa.

Listed at $3,695,000, the house is located on a hilltop one-acre lot and has views of Santa Rosa, Rohnert Park and Sebastopol. The home has Venetian plaster walls, teardrop ceilings, Italian stone floors and custom carved stone fireplaces.  The family room transforms into a movie theater with automatic blinds and a drop-down ten-foot movie screen.


The 400 gallon freshwater custom built-in fish tank.


The teardrop ceilings, custom chandeliers and Italian stone flooring at 3777 Skyfarm Drive.


A family room a 3777 Skyfarm Drive.

This home boasts a multitude of carved-stone fireplaces, including one in each bedroom.


A living room area at 3777 Skyfarm Drive.


The kitchen, featuring custom cabinetry and granite countertops.


The master bath.

The main pool  has a swim up bar and a waterfall and the yard is decked out with an outdoor TV, an outdoor kitchen, a built in barbecue and a fireplace.  The second pool can be heated for use as an oversized hot tub and has views of Santa Rosa.


The main pool with swim-up bar.


A balcony and second pool overlooking Santa Rosa.

Views from the second pool and accompanying terrace.

One of the five master bedrooms is in its own wing of the house and has a separate living area and kitchen with Sub-Zero appliances.


The living area and deluxe kitchen at accompanies one of the five master bedrooms.

Here’s one more look at the stone tunnel and wine tasting room.


The wine tasting room.


The entry to the wine tasting room.

Some of these features are way over the top, but it is fun to see how they all come together in this property.  What do you think of this home with its two pools and “Beauty and the Beast”-worthy wine tunnel?  Let us know in the comments…