Feast Your Eyes on This $25M Glass House in Napa Valley

One of the most exclusive homes in the entire Napa Valley region has recently been listed for sale — asking a whopping $25 million. 

This price point makes it the most expensive active home listing in the county, the Napa Valley Register reports

Surrounded by over 40 acres of lush grounds set amidst California’s world-class wine country, the striking architectural home goes by the name of Karinya, a moniker that originates from the Australian aboriginal culture and is simply translated as “peaceful home.”

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An Architectural Masterpiece

The house was built in 2017 by its current owners, Greg Casserly, CEO of Tarsadia Investments, and his wife, Nola Casserly, who worked alongside a stellar team to erect the main structure on the massive 41-acre property they had purchased back in 2011.

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A Wine Country Gem

Nestled in the small community of Deer Park right next to St. Helena in Napa County, the unique property sits right in the heart of California’s Wine Country.

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A Stellar Design Team

And it makes the most out of its location, with over 41 acres of natural woodland and carefully crafted landscaping, plus sweeping views of its beautiful surroundings. 

Listed at $25 million by Coldwell Banker Brokers of the Valley, the elegant and refined estate is the product of the well-respected design/build team: Signum Architecture, Cello & Maudru Construction, Shawback Design, and Jack Chandler Design.

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Grand Interiors

Spanning 8,837 square feet, the impressive residence was built with natural materials, a deep connection to the valley’s views, and a design that boasts both beauty and luxury.

Hold onto your wine glasses … the main house will take your breath away. Not a detail is spared at Karinya. The main home features a luxurious living space featuring a great room with open spaces for living, dining and cooking.

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A Chef’s Kitchen

With crafted custom white oak cabinetry, the kitchen connects to the spacious dining and living areas. Including overflow kitchen storage in a unique pantry, the laundry room and attached mudroom are accessible by the building’s elevator. 

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All of the Right Details

Featuring a custom window and door system, the home also offers motorized Mecho shades, stucco, steel and hand-hewed Bianco Avorio limestone from the Veneto region of Italy.

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A Home Built for Wine

Of course, every dream home in Napa has a wine cellar. But Karinya’s temperature-controlled white and red wine library boasts custom racking like no other with specialized lighting and storage space for 2,000 bottles.

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This Is a Smart Home

Other luxurious features of the home include a spacious gym/yoga studio, massage room with separate masseuse access, acoustically-designed media/theatre room and private guest suite wing with hospitality area (central living area and private deck).

It has also been equipped with a smart home system with mobile phone control access for music, air conditioning, security and programmable LED recessed lighting in 11 separate zones and a fire sprinkler system, to name just a few of its upscale features.

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Welcome, Guests

A renovated A-frame guest home also sits on the property and includes one bedroom with two bathrooms, a living / kitchen space and a loft.

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How to Get It

For more information about this multi-million dollar home in Napa Valley, see the full details here, or reach out to listing agent Cyd Greer, affiliated with the St. Helena office of Coldwell Banker Brokers. 

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This article originally appeared on Fancy Pants Homes and was syndicated by MediaFeed.org.

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