Inside a Piece of Napa Valley History

As entwined in the history of the Napa Valley as the abundant vines cultivated there, this stone and shingle residence—sitting at the heart of an enchanting half-acre—represents the opportunity to own a piece of wine country yore. Constructed in the 1890s to house the Esmeralda Winery, which supplied the landmark Palace Hotel, the building was tastefully redesigned in 2007 by the highly acclaimed firm of Fisher Weisman. Charming original details and a timeless ambience were retained—apparent in Venetian plaster walls, rugged stonework, dramatic ceiling treatments, elegant archways, and strikingly detailed doors—while providing a host of desirable modern amenities and conveniences.

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