Alexander Valley Appellation vineyard estate offers a lovely residence with over 3500 sq ft of light filled space. Decks and patios flow from living space to manicured and abundant gardens. An elegant residence with 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms offers primarily single level living with solarium, chef’s kitchen, family/living rooms and master bedroom on the main level. The downstairs area creates a feeling of privacy in the separate guest quarters. Vineyard comprised of 18.5 acres of mostly cabernet. Stunning views of Mt. St. Helena, Geyser Peak, terraced vineyards and rolling hills await you.
This beautiful, recently updated, 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath Wine Country home is nestled in the heart of Alexander Valley. It is the perfect place to relax and recharge after a day of shopping, wine tasting, swimming in the Russian River, or water skiing on Lake Sonoma. Located in a peaceful 1,000+ acre reserve of private homes, the home is within easy reach of all of Northern Sonoma County’s attractions. Geyserville, just minutes away, features first-class restaurants, antique shops and tasting rooms within a charming two block downtown. Healdsburg, just 6 miles away, hosts a wide array of fantastic dining and shopping, and is a great place to explore on foot.
The property is an easy 10 minute drive from U.S. 101, yet feels a world away. Just off Highway 128, a favorite cycling route, the home is 5 minutes from downtown Geyserville, 10 minutes from Dry Creek Rancheria, 15 minutes from Healdsburg, 20 minutes from Lake Sonoma, and 15 minutes from numerous vineyards in the Alexander and Dry Creek valleys, including great boutique wineries (Robert Young, Hawkes), fun wineries (Meeker, Francis Ford Coppola, Unti), Zinfandel (Rafanelli, Ridge, Pasalaqua, Bella), Cabernet (Silver Oak, Hanna, Lancaster), Pinot (Ferrari Carano, Dutcher Crossing, Michel Schlumber), Chardonnay (Stonestreet, Ferrari Carano, Quivera), and many more. The home is within easy distance of many types of dining, from casual to fine: Dry Creek Kitchen, John Ash on the formal side, local favorites including Catelli's and Diavola in town (Geyserville), and Rustic on campus at Francis Ford Coppola. For the active and outdoor members of your group, we are adjacent to miles of hiking, biking, horseback riding paths, and all types of boating at Lake Sonoma.
On the border between Cloverdale & Geyserville
More about Geyserville . . .
Geyserville owes its foundation to the discovery in 1847 of a series of hot springs, fumaroles, and steam vents in a gorge in the mountains of Sonoma County, California, between Calistoga and Cloverdale. This complex, which became known as The Geysers, soon became a tourist attraction, and a settlement grew up to provide accommodation and serve as a gateway to The Geysers. It was initially known as Clairville but subsequently renamed Geyserville. After the San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad was extended to Cloverdale in the 1870s, its trains stopped in Geyserville.