A stunning 40-acre luxury estate that features a vineyard, a lazy river, massive pool with water slide, and tennis court, has hit the market for $7.7million in California.
The private, gated resort-like estate in Galt is one of the most expensive property listings in Sacramento County.
The lavish estate at 11697 Conley Road includes a sprawling 10,000-square-foot main residence with an elevator and a two-story library. Across the estate’s multiple buildings there are 15 bedrooms and 10 bathrooms.
The home, built in 2007, also includes a movie room with enough seating for 20 people and a rec room.
The grounds include two apartments, a 3,000-square-foot guest home, an equestrian area, plus a large outdoor patio with a fireplace perfect for gatherings and wine tastings.
The opportunities for sports and fun are endless at this home that includes a 1,200-square-foot pool house, a spa, a lazy river, as well as putting green, a tennis court, and a seasonal pond.
‘This majestic 40 acre parcel is predominantly situated among an impressive . . . vineyard and features more amenities than one can imagine,’ the listing for the magnificent home states.
‘Entertaining at this property is truly a must.’
The sprawling vineyard features Cabernet sauvignon grapes grown on 35 of 40 acres of land.
Gallo Winery of Modesto services the vineyard and pays the home owner annuals for the yield, according to listing agent Brandon Shepard of The Residence Real Estate Group.
The home is a food lover’s dream featuring an oversized chef’s kitchen, custom barstools, refined appliances and a spacious island.
The bottom level of the home features heated floors covered with cherry wood.
The master bedroom comes decked out with its own laundry and his and hers bathrooms as well as a spacious walk-in closet.
Bookworms will want to spend their days in the two-story library that features a spiral staircase and a ‘rooftop lookout’ that offers sweeping 360 degree panoramic views.
The mansion’s upstairs balcony features a catwalk that leads to a one bedroom, one bathroom private apartment complete with a fireplace and its own laundry.
‘This began as a family residence with kids and grandkids living in the home and guest home. The kids have all moved away so this is simply too much space for (a) husband and wife,’ Shepard said to the Sacramento Bee.
Shepard says that he sees several possible buying opportunities.
‘A potential buyer in my eyes would be a winery who would like to relocate and open an amazing place for tastings, wedding venue, (or) bed/breakfast. The potential is really there for a lot of options. Workers could potentially live on the property, as well,’ Shepard said.
‘There is a small pool of buyers for this property, but once you see it, the first impression is truly something special.’
‘With all of the fires in the Napa area occurring yearly now, a winery might want to relocate. Bay Area buyers are flocking, but again, this is still a very unique piece of property, so it will take the right buyer to make it happen,’ he added.