With three separate residences and a bountiful vineyard, Meteor Vineyard Estate boasts the best residential accomodations Napa Valley has to offer.
Cutler Anderson Architects crafted innovative winglike rooflines to catch and reuse rainwater.
Nestled in the stunning hills of Napa Valley, Meteor Vineyard Estate sits on more than 34 acres, including approximately 22 acres of premium cabernet sauvignon and petit verdot grape vines. The three-structure compound comprises the main house (11,600 square feet), studio (380 square feet) and guest house (1,270 square feet), all designed by architectural firm Cutler Anderson Architects.
The cozy-chic interior
The main house (four bedroom suites, two half-baths and a pool bath) boasts distinctive inverted rooflines that direct rainwater into two-story waterfalls, converging at the entry in a koi pond. Inside, rammed earth walls, Douglas fir exposed framing and beams, and large-scale ceilings and windows welcome light into the home and highlight dramatic vineyard and mountain views.
Cozy up with a riveting book in the jaw-dropping library.
Luxurious extras include the nine-person, cherry wood-paneled theater, wine room and tasting room, professional gym and yoga studio, heated swimming pool, spa and sauna, spacious library, Tesla charging station and an attached au pair apartment.
One of the residence’s stunning suites
Connected to the main house by a 130-foot cedar boardwalk, the three-bedroom, 2 ½-bathroom guest residence is rooted in nature with a window-wrapped great room and spacious deck overlooking a heated plunge pool, as well as a nearby vegetable garden, fruit orchard and a 500-year-old valley oak tree perfect for summer shade.
Breathtaking vineyard views abound.
Along a 124-foot trellised bluestone walkway through a flourishing oak grove sits the intimate studio. An atrium entrance with a collecting rainwater pool mimics the main dwelling’s koi pond, while high ceilings and oversize windows maximize space and stunning outdoor views.
Take a dip in the heated plunge pool.
In short, this postmodern compound is perfect for multigenerational living, owners who live to entertain, or simply those craving some peace and quiet in Napa’s gorgeous wine country. $35 million, 2181 N. Third Ave., Napa, Cyd Greer, Coldwell Banker Brokers of the Valley, 707.967.4641, cbnapavalley.com, meteorvineyardestate.com