A 160-acre property in Napa Valley, California, designed by famed architect Howard Backen in 2004, hit the market Thursday for $18.5 million.
Located behind the gates of Ovid Winery on Pritchard Hill in Saint Helena, the estate includes a main house and two private guest houses with a combined living space of more than 10,000 square feet, according to the listing with Ginger Martin of Sotheby’s International Realty.
The 7,400-square-foot main residence offers four bedrooms, three full- and-two half- bathrooms, an office and a gym.
Both the main house and guest houses feature rich leather, rustic wood beams, soaring ceilings and massive sliding doors. The outdoor courtyards feature large fireplaces and a swimming pool with the Napa Valley views, according to the listing.
“It is a rarity to find an iconic Howard Backen home much less on Pritchard Hill, one of the leading wine-producing areas in the Napa Valley and the world,” Ms. Martin said. “This modern farmhouse compound will be a legacy property for the next owners as it has been lovingly nurtured by the current owners.”
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