One of the first things you see when you look at this listing is a description that reads, “The residence of a renowned winemaker (think Ferrari Carrano and J Vineyards and Winery)…” which pulls you into wondering just who this winemaker is…until you notice the view. The panorama of the Alexander Valley welcomes anyone who stops in, suggesting that sitting down and relaxing with a good glass of wine and simply enjoying may be the most important thing at the moment.
The 6.6 acres that this Contemporary 3 story home sits on also features a swimming pool, and a two-car garage with two adjacent studios for hobbies, play, or wine storage.
Built in 1977, the main house is 2,613 square feet and makes use of the space with an open floor plan, clean lines, and plenty of windows to make sure that whether you’re relaxing in the dining room, or entertaining in the kitchen, the pastoral view is always on display.
The main entry to the home is on the second story, the spacious interior making a connection with the outdoor landscape.
The view of the Alexander Valley is stunning from the living room.
While eating an early dinner, one can enjoy a panorama that stretches from Geyser Park to Calistoga.
The airy, open kitchen is an integrated part of the main floor, perfect for entertaining family and friends alike.
The kitchen features a dual-purpose island for both food prep and seating.
The master suite is situated on the bottom floor, and is as open and welcoming as the rest of the home, with clean lines and a high ceiling.
This swimming pool can be easily accessed from the master suite by walking out to the deck and down. It’s detached from the home, offering another level of privacy and relaxation.
The upper level offers ultimate privacy for two spacious bedrooms.
While this two-car garage looks unimpressive on the outside, it’s the individual studios on either side that make it unique.
The first studio is currently used for both band practice and wine tasting.
Of course, the second side is wine storage.