If you want to get away from it all without actually having to go very far, consider 578 Toro Canyon Park Road, on the market for the first time since it was built in 2010.
Bathrooms: Five and a half.
Size/Acreage: 6,598 square feet / 55.89 acres.
Price: $14.5 million.
Last sold: N/A.
Listing agent: Suzanne Perkins of Compass.
The current owners clearly had two priorities, the first being solitude: the house has just four bedrooms and no guest house, and it sits on over 55 acres, which is a heck of a buffer. The second priority is wine: in lieu of a pool, tennis court, bocce, or much in the way of landscaping, there’s a three-acre vineyard in “the perfect climate for producing Grenache and Syrah [….] The award-winning wine is bottled as Paredon” by Carr. (That link has more about how this property came to be.)
The house is a trademark Don Nulty Mediterranean villa, mixing the rustic (wood beam ceilings) with the fancy (arched windows, imposing mantels, vaulted ceilings, columns galore…). The listing mentions a “lovely formal dining room,” but it’s not shown, and if you like to cook, take a serious look at the lack of kitchen storage. Last but not least, a bit of contemporary decor would go a long way.
As you might expect, there’s no shortage of appealing spots to enjoy a glass of wine alfresco.
Contact Suzanne Perkins of Compass for a showing. Be sure to tell her Siteline sent you.