3644 Spring Mountain Road
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Perched atop Spring Mountain, sits this optimally positioned modern masterpiece on an expansive and private 56 acres with 360-degree views from Mount Diablo to Mount St. Helena. Just beyond the waterfall at the property’s front entrance is the 6,136 +/- sq. ft three-story main residence featuring 3 en-suite bedrooms, bunk room with full bath, and an art studio on the third level. At the center of the home is a large great room complete with a high-end kitchen outfitted with Thermador appliances, an oversized dining room, and an abundantly lit living room exalted by cathedral ceilings. A thorough and well-thought-out design embracing the conveniences of smart-home technology with a Lutron Homeworks system is balanced by an appreciation for the surrounding landscapes with floor-to-ceiling windows and doors. Further amenities include a heated swimming pool with an integral spa conveniently controlled through your smartphone, a multi-room wine cellar awaiting your customization, and a 1,073 +/- sq ft 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom guest cottage with a 300 sq ft gym. Wake up to the balloons rising above the skyline, the fog cascading down the mountainside, or views of the vineyard laden valley floor.
Napa County’s crown jewel just might be St. Helena. Home to grand vineyard estates that sit behind gated drives and rows of olive trees, St. Helena offers the ultimate in Napa Valley lifestyle: tranquility, relaxation, and refined recreation. A fabulous main street, restaurants, spas, and shops are a magnet for St. Helena tourists. There's a strong local community feel here as well, with many of the community's historic buildings having been preserved and turned into specialty shops, galleries, and restaurants. Shopping at Goodman’s Department Store on Main Street, with its ornate Queen Anne facade, is a throwback to a simpler time. The annual Napa Valley Film Festival fills downtown with films and filmmakers, chefs, and tasting stations from dozens of local wineries. St. Helena’s world-class restaurants need top-tier chefs, and the Culinary Institute of America, located in the former Christian Brothers Winery, trains the next generation of culinary stars. The institute also offers hour-long cooking demonstrations for local residents along with full-time, professional-level courses. Twelve-acre Crane Park on the outskirts of town is home to St. Helena's Farmers’ Market, along with picnic sites, eight lighted bocce courts, and six lighted tennis courts.