Napa Valley is offering owners year-round access to wine country living by releasing a limited collection of 20 luxury residences at the Four Seasons Resort in Calistoga, California. Residential sales are underway for the five-star Four Seasons Resort and Private Residences Napa Valley, expected to open early 2019. Pricing for homes begins at $3.5 million.
Initial site work has begun on the hotel and 20 two, three and four-bedroom residences under the management and direction of Bald Mountain Development – with construction slated to begin in the next couple of months. When open, owners and guests will have access to the Resort’s impressive amenities, including an exclusive, experiential and world-class on-site winery in the heart of the renowned Calistoga AVA.
“Our location, paired with a pleasant climate and vibrant social calendar across all seasons, makes Four Seasons Resort Napa Valley the ideal setting to immerse yourself in the best of Wine Country and an excellent home base to explore the region,” said Kelly Foster, a principal at Bald Mountain Development. “As the only resort in Napa Valley to offer whole-ownership, fee simple real estate with five-star amenities, we are providing a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own a piece of Wine Country easily accessible for owners near and far.”
Under the prestigious flag of Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, residence owners will enjoy wine country living throughout the year, and experience the heritage of service and attention to detail for which the brand is so well known. One of the most unique offerings available to residence owners will be the winery and vineyard located on the property, which will be led by renowned winemaker Thomas Rivers Brown, winner of 20 perfect 100-point wine scores from The Wine Advocate.
“We have the opportunity to create something incredibly unique at Four Seasons Resort Napa Valley,” said Brown, expert winemaker. “We will provide guests and residence owners with the rare opportunity to be involved in all aspects of the wine-making process – from harvest to bottle – and it will all be within steps of their guestroom or home.”
Residence owners will receive first-hand experience with crafting wine at the resort, collaborating with the winemaker in the wine making process, from harvesting and fermentation to blending and bottling. Owners will also have the privilege of creating proprietary wine blends with Brown, tailored to their family’s individual preferences, as well as designing custom labels and gift boxes. The winery’s private wine room with individual temperature controlled wine storage, as well as a private tasting area, will be accessible exclusively to residence owners.
The residences are inspired by the agrarian heritage of the region and are provide the option of two, three, or four bedrooms, and in single and two-story configurations. Designed with an open floor plan by famed resort architect John Hill, the homes feature spacious indoor and outdoor entertaining spaces, multiple master suites, a two-car garage, and private terraces with sweeping views of the resort vineyard and mountain peaks. Residence owners may also choose a Four Seasons-approved furnishing package designed by St. Helena local Erin Martin Interior Design, and have the option of placing their residence in the short-term rental program with the resort.
Residence owners will also enjoy VIP access to the resort’s incredible collection of amenities and activities, including a world-class restaurant, a spa, an indoor and outdoor fitness center with state-of-the-art equipment, and close proximity to the highly anticipated 47-mile Vine Trail that will connect all the Valley’s charming towns.
Four Seasons Resort Napa Valley’s exterior and interior designs are a collaboration among John Hill, the O’Bryan Partnership, Engstrom Design Group and Erin Martin Design. For more information on Four Seasons Resort and Private Residences Napa Valley, please visit www.napaluxuryliving.com or call 1 (707) 637-6123.
Photo credit to Four Seasons Resort and Private Residences Napa Valley.