House of the Day: Robin Williams’ Villa Sorriso

villa sorriso frontThe Wall Street Journal’s “House of the Day” goes to Robin Williams’ Villa Sorriso in the gorgeous Napa Valley. I am also proud to say this is my new listing. Villa Sorriso boasts an incredible 653-acres and a 20,000 square-foot 5 bedroom residence.

Villa Sorriso sits majestically atop the Mayacamas Mountains between Napa and Sonoma Valleys.

Approximately 653 acres in six parcels, the ranch borders Sugarloaf Ridge State Park, allowing access to thousands of adjoining acres.

the-pool-area-has-his-and-hers-steam-showers-and-changing-rooms-and-a-pool-activities-room-according-to-the-wsjThe main residence is built from Portuguese limestone, embracing close to twenty thousand square feet of luxurious living space, including five bedrooms, an oak-paneled library, home theater, family room, elevator, safe rooms, climate-controlled cellars for art as well as wine, and a private tower and bridge. 65 foot infinity-edge swimming pool.

Outstanding indoor and outdoor entertainment spaces, surrounded by antique European stone decking, a manicured lawn, and multi-tiered sculpture garden.

 

 

and-acres-upon-acres-of-vineyards-growing-olives-and-grapesExtensive private hiking and riding trails. Private bass fishing in spring-fed pond

Premium second home available for guests or for an on-site caretaker at owner’s option.

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