A 56-acre vineyard estate with 7,766 square feet of living space is currently on the market for $25 million. It is currently the most expensive property listed in Napa.
Construction of the 4,950-square-foot main residence, which overlooks the Oak Knoll District of the Napa Valley American Viticultural Area, was completed in 2002 by owners Betsy Moulds and her late husband, Steve Moulds, of Moulds Family Vineyards. It was designed by notable local architects Ed Keiner and John Kasten, and crafted by builder Dale James and landscape architect Jack Chandler. The interiors were designed by Erin Martin of Martin Design in Napa, who handpicked every piece of furniture for the home.
The main residence has three bedrooms and two bathrooms and features vaulted ceilings with exposed wood beams, wide-plank hickory-pecan floors and a great room that opens to a covered 2,022-square-foot deck that can accommodate 100 guests, according to the listing.
Martin, who said she “was given free rein to run with [her] ideas,” chose a neutral color palette for the interiors of the home to create a blank canvas that would help showcase the many artifacts the Moulds had collected during their travels.
In addition to the main house, the sprawling estate incudes an additional 7,322 square feet of entertainment areas, including an entertainment barn, a two-bedroom guest house and a two-bedroom apartment.
Views from the main residence include the property’s own nine-acre Cabernet vineyards. For new house owners interested in making wine, there’s an area for processing grapes and a wine cellar.
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For more information on this home, contact Hillary Ryan of Sotheby’s International Realty – St. Helena Brokerage, 707-312-2105, 707-200-2488, 1229 Adams Street, St. Helena, email@example.com, sotheybys.com