Time to be 100% open and honest here—my absolute dream home is Hallie Parker's Napa Valley estate from the 1998 version of The Parent Trap. The horses? The rows and rows of grape vines to ride those horses through?? Everything about it was perfect (except for the evil, almost step-mother, am I right?). If your dream is just like mine, then I'm happy I'm not alone—and now, you finally have a chance to live out the ultimate Napa Valley fantasy. For the price of $18 million, you could own the stunning Toyon Farm Equestrian and Vineyard Estate in California's wine country. So what are you waiting for?
The estate is located 20 minutes from downtown Napa and features a stunning 4,000 square foot home, equipped with three large bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms. The home has enormous windows that let in a ton of natural light, and an inground pool, hot tub, and covered patio are out back are waiting to be enjoyed. Along with the main residence is an estate manager's residence, which is 2,000 square feet and has two bedrooms and two bathrooms. I can definitely see some luxe Airbnb potential here, people.
Whoever becomes the owner to this private and peaceful property will have almost 30 acres of grape-bearing vines that turn into chardonnay, pinot noir, and fallow from. The estate already has grape customers, so that's one less thing you'll have to worry about as the new vigneron.
The 39,000 square foot equestrian center has 33 stalls and everything you'd ever need to house that many horses and a state-of-the-art arena with a covered viewing lounge. There's also a one bedroom trailer cottage that's fully equipped for a live-in employee. I volunteer as tribute!
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