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Contemporary Napa Valley compound asks $21.5 million

Three pavilions make up perfect Calistoga estate

Napa mansion amid the trees. Photos by Paul Rollins, courtesy of Sotheby’s

Surrounded by thousands of acres of preserved Land Trust, this Calistoga property will provide perfect daydream fodder for anyone yearning to leave the city for a quieter, fog-free life.

Featuring five bedrooms, five and two half bathrooms, and approximately 8,830 square feet, lucky 777 Lommel Road comes with a winding driveway entrance that snakes through acres of cabernet vineyards and olive groves.

The main residence, constructed of weathered cedar, stucco and native stone, boasts a dining salon, a chef’s kitchen with lounge, a library, private outdoor shower with stone wall, and master and guest suites.

The entire property is made up of three interlocking pavilions where you can find a gym, a wine cellar, several garages, two guesthouses, a pool, and more.

The contemporary interiors were conceived by Rela Gleason.

Asking is $21,500,000.