Everything old is new again, or in this case re-purposed and recycled. A rustic Wine Country complex is on the market in Healdsburg with a barn-inspired main residence and a second vintage barn that has been given a new life as a up-cycled guest house.

The two-bedroom main residence features floor-to-ceiling wood paneling, walls of windows and million-dollar Dry Creek Valley views. The rustic style is reminiscent of the Moore, Lyndon, Turnbull & Whitaker homes built at The Sea Ranch in the 1960s.

Outside of the  big house you will find a sparkling pool, spa, raised bed garden, bocce court and 7 acres of old vine zinfandel.

Strolling down the garden path you will run into the second converted-barn house. This picturesque retreat features a spacious great room, lofted bedroom and a large deck.

Both homes have gas stoves and stainless steel appliances.

The 27.34 acre estate is just minutes away from Healdsburg and the Russian River.

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1805 Dry Creek Road in Healdsburg is listed by Todd and Lisa Sheppard at Sotheby’s International Realty.