Wednesday, October 28, 2020

Architecture Wednesday: Napa Valley Vineyard Estate

To be fair, I could live in a lot of places around the world, but there is one place that I lived very close to that always draws me back: Napa Valley, California.

It’s the weather, it’s the valley, and, yeah, it’s the wine. And this week it’s this gorgeous Napa Valley vineyard estate because it’s stunning, it has gorgeous views, and is surrounded by vineyards; the wine is seriously close. In fact, the house sits on 3.62 acres and the vineyard is 3 acres … three acres of wine!!

I know … enough with the wine.

It’s a large home, right around 6,000 square feet, with five bedrooms—each with its own bathroom—and two half baths, a great room for living and dining—with a monstrous wine room at one end and a monstrous fireplace at the other. The kitchen and family room open up to the pool deak, the outdolor kitchen, and the outdoor bar.

Outdoor bar. Are they trying to get me to drain the bank account for this one??

One Kind Design


Mistress Maddie said...

Im right there with you. Have been to Napa several times and enjoyed the locale very much. This home fits right in. It has my white and woods I love so much....and loving the design of the staircase. Love the soaring feel of the ceilings...and that materbath....ill be in there a few hours.

uptonking said...

Such nice clean lines. I like the countryside. Very pretty. I love white walls.

the dogs' mother said...

We grow a lot of wine grapes around
here too. But not any houses like
xoxo :-)

Sixpence Notthewiser said...

California’s weather is the ish.
I lived in Orange County for six months many years ago and I loved it.
Now, the house is spectacular. Love the lines and the way they worked with space. And I’m with Maddie. Gimme that master bathroom STAT.


Bob said...

It's one of the most beautiful spots in the world ... and there's wine!

And that entire wine room in the dining area!!!!

I love some Washington state wines!!

Especially in Napa. I need a winning Lotto ticket STAT!

Travel said...

Install some upper cabinets in the kitchen, and I am there.

Chris said...

But no evidence that anyone lives here -- nada.