This stunning, rustic barn home was originally built in 1840 and has bene completely restored. It was transported from the East Coast to its current home in the beautiful wine country of Sonoma, Calif.
The Flying Horse Barn home, for sale at $2,895,000, is now an environmentally friendly luxurious home offering solar panels and radiant heat.
The barn-style home has been featured in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, San Francisco Chronicle and Pottery Barn, Williams-Sonoma and Pendleton catalogs. At 4,450 square feet, the barn reaches across three acres of beautiful land. The property is also home to a 250-year-old Heritage Valley Oak tree.
The main house (that’s right, there’s a guest house as well) comes with 23-foot ceilings and wide plank floors.
The kitchen is adorned with high-end, updated appliances, beautiful stone countertops, two farm sinks, two dishwashers and a butler’s pantry. There is plenty of storage and counter space, something that is crucial for chefs, even amateur ones, in the kitchen.
Along with the kitchen and large living room, the master suite, two full bathrooms, a spacious guest room, laundry room and loft office complete the main house.
Covered and open porches and a large brick patio fill the backyard of this rustic barn home.
Only a few steps away sits the guest house. Inside, you’ll find a family room, a bedroom and a full bathroom. A mud room and a workshop/studio are also included. The house also offers high ceilings and wood floors.
The property is conveniently located near the Sonoma Plaza and is under an hour from San Francisco. The best thing about this house is that it’s located around 15 minutes from downtown Napa and Petaluma. Who wouldn’t want to be so close to the California wine country?!
The dreamy Flying Horse Barn is unique and the perfect home for permanent living or just a California dream vacation. For more information on the property, visit the Sotheby International Realty listing.