Spread out and relax a little on this picturesque 100-acre property in Glen Ellen, formerly home to comic Tommy Smothers.

With breathtaking views around every corner, this natural beauty offers peace, tranquility and an opportunity to earn a little cash.

This wine lover’s dream estate comes with a 23-acre cabernet sauvignon vineyard with room for expansion. There are two ponds on the estate providing a natural resource for irrigating vines, plus acres of forest ideal for hiking or horseback riding.

The main residence, designed by Bay Area architect Jonathan Stoumen in 2002, emphasizes the home’s connection with nature. Sprinkled throughout the estate you will see plenty of recycled timbers and natural stone. Plus the home makes great use of it’s picturesque surroundings with large picture windows that frame breathtaking views.

There is a quintessential Wine Country kitchen in the home as well with a gas range, stainless steel appliances and plenty of counter space. Downstairs you will find a massive game room with room for a home theater or whatever your heart desires. And did we mention the wine cellar? It’s massive.

If that’s not enough, the working ranch has plenty of outbuildings. There is a studio cabin, office, shop, and a barn with apartments.

During its heyday, the list of celebrities that visited the ranch including Robin Williams, John Belushi, Tuesday Weld, Pat Paulsen, Bill Murray and Don “Father Guido Sarducci” Novello.

Take a minute or two to escape and dream by exploring our gallery above.

1976 Warm Springs Road is listed by Tina Shone at Sotheby’s International Realty.