This former Napa Valley cooperage was refurbished into a resort-like estate 15 years ago. Kuth Ranieri Architects not only transformed the interior of this onetime industrial space, but also added new landscaping, a pool, a spa, a guest house, fruit orchards, and more.
Featuring four bedrooms, four and a hal bathrooms, and 4,799 square feet, 1085 Lodi Lane uses primarily glass, concrete, and metal materials.
But the real highlight here are the tresses and wood cross beams that run throughout the interior. Shortly before the era of antiseptic open floor plans took a stranglehold of Bay Area residential renovations, this zig-zagging pattern managed to squeak in under the wire, a dizzying effect that pairs nicely with the home’s 20-foot-tall ceilings.
Asking price is $5,195,000 through David Grega of Compass.