Historic property once owned by Kenwood founder on the market for $10.9 million
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625 Warm Springs Road, Kenwood - $10,900,000
6 beds, 8 baths, 6,000 square feet. Lot size: 22 acres.
Own a piece of history: A breathtakingly beautiful ranch once owned by an early founder of Kenwood is on the market. Click through our gallery to take a peek inside. (Photos by Open Homes Photography for Sotheby’s International Realty. Property listed by Daniel Casabonne/Sotheby’s)
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Private retreat: A stone gateway guards the entrance to the luxury compound.
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Green with envy: Well-manicured landscaping surrounds the main residence.
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Period details: The historic stone chapel dates back to the 1800s.
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A warm welcome: A stained-glass floral motif on an entrance to the home.
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One with nature: A great room with a fireplace, vaulted ceilings and glass doors that pull the outdoors in.
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Dine in style: A simply elegant formal dining room with soothing garden views.
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Foodie's delight: The gourmet kitchen has a Viking gas range and plenty of counter space.
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Home is where the hearth is: A fireplace warms a family room at 635 Warm Springs Road.
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Let there be light: A sunny space to curl up with a good book at 635 Warm Springs Road.
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Wine anyone? Room for all of your dusty vintages in the climate-controlled wine room.
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Bibliophile's dream: A home library - now we are talking my kind of luxury.
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Dramatic vistas: Breathtaking views of rolling hills, vineyards and orchards from a deck at 635 Warm Springs Road.
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Sweet dreams: One of three peaceful bedrooms in the main residence.
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King of the castle: An en suite bathroom with his and hers vanities and a large tub for soaking.
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Dine al fresco: A picturesque spot for dining outdoors at 625 Warm Springs Road.
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Fun and games: Grab a glass of Pinot and enjoy a late-night game of bocce on the well-lit court.
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Take the plunge: Squeeze in some exercise before work in the 75 ft. lap pool.
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Entertainer's abode: A built-in firepit for cold Sonoma County nights.
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Fun for the whole family (and then some): A two-bedroom cottage for overnight guests.
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More to love: A fireplace warms the guesthouse living room at 625 Warm Spring Road.
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Interior: A cozy country kitchen inside of the guest cottage.
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Farm life: A landscape portrait of the property shows the 7.5 acre Rhone varietal vineyard, barn and outbuildings.
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Wine country dream: An interior shot of the 500-case winery building.
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.