A Contemporary Compound In Napa Valley
June 14, 2019 - Oakville
The couple who set the record for the priciest sale in Sonoma and Napa Valley is listing their next property for $22.5 million.
That makes their latest listing the most expensive in Napa County, according to Sotheby’s International Realty.
Located in the tiny enclave of Oakville, the roughly 3-acre property is surrounded by vineyards and includes a 5,537-square-foot main home as well as a guest cottage and a three-car garage designed to look like a barn.
The main house has an open-plan layout and includes a library, a wine cellar and vaulted Douglas fir ceilings.
The main house has just one large master suite, and there are two bedrooms in the guesthouse. The grounds include lawns, a pool, oak and olive trees and a rose and dahlia garden.
The sellers are California businessman J. Gary Shansby and his wife O.J. In 2010, they set the area record by selling their previous Sonoma compound for around $30 million to former Citigroup Chief Executive Sanford Weill and his wife Joan.
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