Two Creeks Farm, a historic ranch once owned by N.W. Griswold, an early founder of Kenwood is on the market for $10.9 million. The sprawling 22-acre estate comes with a contemporary luxury residence, a 500-case winery and a chapel dating back to the 1800s.

The picturesque property was once the home of N.W. Griswold a former major and turn-of-the-century business tycoon. Griswold moved to the Sonoma Valley from San Francisco in 1887 in hopes of establishing a railroad town in the Los Guilicos Rancho. He bought several acres for Los Guilicos (later Kenwood) including a picturesque plot above the town where he built a stone castle.  Although much of the estate was destroyed by fire, a stone chapel still remains.

Today the castle has been replaced by a luxury residence built in the arts & crafts style. The 6,000-square-foot home comes with three bedrooms, five bathrooms, a gourmet kitchen, great room, family room, gym, library and a wine room. Surrounding the residence is a bocce court, lap pool, sauna, manicured gardens, trails, vineyards and orchards.

The property also has a one-bedroom caretaker’s residence and a two-bedroom guest house with a full kitchen and a living room with a fireplace.

And no Wine Country dream home would be complete without a vineyard. This one has 7.5 acres planted with Rhone varietals which are sold to Pangloss Cellars in Sonoma. On top of that, there is a rustic barn and a winery building permitted for 500+ cases.

So take a minute and indulge your Wine Country fantasies by clicking through our gallery tour of the estate above.

625 Warm Springs Road in Kenwood is listed by Daniel Casabonne at Sotheby’s International Realty.