We did such a great job marketing and selling this property during the virus/Shelter in Place orders that the seller decided to keep the property and move into it!
Views. Land. Privacy.
Located in the sophisticated Anderson Valley wine region, Boonville has a thriving food and wine scene but is also very low-key and understated. You can be yourself here.
This estate has a thoughtfully-designed main house with three beds, an office/den, and two baths all on one level, arranged around a grand living/dining/kitchen space with huge coffered ceiling, walnut flooring, and prominent fireplace. All rooms open directly to the wrap-around deck and include a sauna that opens to an outdoor shower. The beautiful pool and spa are private to the estate and not visible from the road that approaches the property. The master bath has both an enclosed steam shower room with a view, as well as a bathtub with a view, and a dual-sink vanity with mirror that also captures the views.
Every room in the house and every spot around the pool enjoys a fantastic view of the rolling hills and valley, of nature and trees, land and sky. This is a truly serene escape from city life. It is located amidst its 42± acres of hillside land, 8± acres of which are fully gated/fenced off. There is also potential for a small vineyard or orchard here.
From the main house, follow the olive trees and wisteria-lined driveway to the the rustic and charming guest house, called The Barn, an upscale 3 bed, 2 bath home- great for income or additional family or guests. There is a wood-burning stove, in-unit laundry, a carport, a screened porch area for summer dining or reading and relaxing.
Lots of love went into this special property!
This estate is just 5-10 minutes from downtown Boonville, and all that it has to offer: great food, fine wine, and shopping, artisan ice cream, bakery items, coffee. This is the sort of place that features farm to table cuisine, fresh herbs and edible flowers. It’s creative and focused on the independent producers. Anderson Valley is more rustic than Napa, and you can pass through vistas of old-growth redwoods on your way here or heading to the town of Mendocino, on the coast.