Sprawling over 20 acres in Napa Valley, a new vineyard estate just hit the market for $42 million, Mansion Global reported.
Named the “Whitehall Estate,” after its address at 1561 S. South Whitehall Lane in Saint Helena, California, the estate features 14 acres of vineyards, as well as a 6,700-square-foot residence.
Designed by San Francisco-based architect, Lewis Butler, the home boasts seven bedrooms, as well as six full and four half bathrooms. The lavish living and dining areas lead to an outdoor pavilion, with 3,600 square feet, which includes an infinity pool and spa, an open-air kitchen, and a lava stone fireplace.
Throughout the house, French walnut cabinets, glass walls, and Schuco window systems contribute to the refined layout, which also flaunts a steel-suspended storage system for an extensive wine collection.
It took five years to finish the Whitehall Estate, a period during which buyers looking for a wine county property expressed interest in it. In 2015, while still under construction, The Wall Street Journal put a $38 million price tag on the estate.
In its third year, the vineyard will soon offer its inaugural harvest, which marks an opportunity for the future owner to initiate a private Cabernet Sauvignon label.
The Whitehall Estate is co-listed by Gregg Lynn and Ginger Martin of Sotheby’s International Realty.
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