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Erin Lail presents:

1590 Sylvaner Avenue

$2,590,000
about this home's

Features

beds

3

baths

3

Interior

3

Lot

3

"A Home with a History". This magnificent 3662 sqft, 4 beds, 3.5 baths, three-level custom home. Divided between three levels, each floor encompasses a refined balance of contemporary living and familial comforts. The main floor features a large great room, a formal dining area, a wine room, and a modern kitchen with quartzite countertops, contemporary cabinets, sub-zero refrigerator, wolf range, and modern finishes. Warming both the atmosphere and ambiance, the great room features an oversized wood-burning fireplace perfect for gazing at the night stars through the floor to ceiling windows. Pull a bottle from the large wine room before stepping out to the back deck to enjoy the barrel themed waterfall and koi pond. Optimizing privacy, the master bedroom is located on the main floor with its own private patio access separated from the 2nd-floor guest bedrooms. The media room, fully redone large garage, and ample storage complete the bottom floor. Continue this home’s inspiring legacy with your own creations. Schedule a showing today.

Type: SingleFamily
Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 3.5
Floor size: 3662+/- sqft
Lot: 15059 sqft
Year Built: 1978
Remodeled 2020
 

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Napa County’s crown jewel just might be St. Helena. Home to grand vineyard estates that sit behind gated drives and rows of olive trees, St. Helena offers the ultimate in Napa Valley lifestyle: tranquility, relaxation, and refined recreation. A fabulous main street, restaurants, spas, and shops are a magnet for St. Helena tourists. There's a strong local community feel here as well, with many of the community's historic buildings having been preserved and turned into specialty shops, galleries, and restaurants. Shopping at Goodman’s Department Store on Main Street, with its ornate Queen Anne facade, is a throwback to a simpler time. The annual Napa Valley Film Festival fills downtown with films and filmmakers, chefs, and tasting stations from dozens of local wineries. St. Helena’s world-class restaurants need top-tier chefs, and the Culinary Institute of America, located in the former Christian Brothers Winery, trains the next generation of culinary stars. The institute also offers hour-long cooking demonstrations for local residents along with full-time, professional-level courses.  Twelve-acre Crane Park on the outskirts of town is home to St. Helena's Farmers’ Market, along with picnic sites, eight lighted bocce courts, and six lighted tennis courts.