A rare opportunity to acquire a 1930 Victorian home on the coveted 1103 Larkmead Lane in Calistoga. Views abound in this stunning country setting, nestled in hundreds of acres of vines with mature trees and stunning views in every direction.
1103 Larkmead Lane consists of two parcels, with a total of approximately 1.51 acres and a 295 foot frontage. The property was originally purchased as a 5 bedroom home back in the 70’s. Today, 1103 Larkmead Lane operates as a 3 bedroom bed and breakfast with en-suite bathrooms and caretaker’s quarters.
For decades, Calistoga’s hot springs, mud baths and relaxed ambience have attracted people from all over the world. The opening of Calistoga Ranch in 2004 and Solage Resort in 2007 breathed new life and significant investment into this small but highly desirable town.
Today the future is looking even brighter for Calistoga with The Four Seasons on Silverado Trail, opposite Solage, due to open in 2018 and Rosewood Hotel, set in the western hills just south of Lincoln Avenue, due to break ground in 2017.
Asking Price$2,950,000 - Represented Sellers
Parcel SizeApproximately 1.51 +- acres
5 Bedrooms, 5.5 Bathrooms
Sun decks off 3 bedrooms
Vineyard Views from every room
At the northernmost area of the valley, nestled beneath Mount St. Helena, lies Calistoga — known for its hot springs, mud baths, spectacular views and luxury resorts. Compared to the polished ambiance of its neighboring communities, the thriving downtown area has a more western feel — but that does not mean luxury and relaxation are hard to find. On the contrary, Calistoga is known as the new playground for the rich and famous, with world-renowned resorts like Calistoga Ranch and Solage. Real estate values are on an upward swing as locals and wanna be locals invest in anticipation of the 2018 Opening of The Four Seasons Resort, and the Rosewood Hotel Group’s new resort which is due to begin construction in 2017 — so Calistoga will be home to the most luxurious resorts in Napa Valley.
In 2010, Calistoga’s AVA was established. It boasts the highest daytime temperatures in the valley and is home to many highly acclaimed wineries such as: Araujo, Aubert, Constant Diamond Mountain Winery, Checkerboard Vineyards, Chateau Montelena, Scharmsberg and Switchback
For many who live here, they are glad to know, you will not find a fast-food restaurant anywhere. Instead Calistoga is home to delectable and satisfying restaurants like Solbar, which serves Napa Valley styled California fare with a focus on seasonal ingredients. One of the main attractions is Castillo di Amorosa, a 19th century castle that took 12 years to build.
Calistoga has spectacular views of Mount Saint Helena and the majestic palisades— it’s close to San Francisco and the Santa Rosa Airport and offers many opportunities for the wine connoisseur, lifestyle enthusiast, and participating in the growth of this flourishing town.
Approximately 82 miles to San Francisco International Airport
Approximately 74 miles to Oakland International Airport
Approximately 23 miles to Charles Schulz Airport in Santa Rosa
Approximately 74 miles to the Golden Gate Bridge
Approximately 68 miles to the Bay Bridge
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