Situated in Healdsburg's sought-after McDonough Heights neighborhood, this 1.1-acre retreat is named "mille toiles," or "a thousand stars," for its big sky views across the Dry Creek Valley, vineyards and western hills. Arrive up the private drive to the beautifully landscaped yard boasting fig & olive trees, tiered gardens and garden paths. Bright & airy, the interior includes a sun-drenched living room with fireplace, family room and open chef's kitchen with Bertazzoni & Bosch appliances. Sliding glass doors open the living room to the veranda with sweeping sunset and valley views, while the family room opens to the backyard with lawn, stone walls and unspoiled native hillsides. 4 bedrooms include the primary ensuite with granite slab shower. Features include 3 full baths, 2-car garage and room for a possible ADU. Capturing fantastic views from its stellar location, this meticulously maintained home is moments from Healdsburg's world-class wineries, restaurants and stores.
Years ago, the city of Healdsburg was a dusty, agricultural burg devoted to grape growing and winemaking. But as they say about houses, Healdsburg had good bones, and today homes in the city are highly sought after. Healdsburg's town square, a block of green space featuring a central gazebo that hosts summertime concerts, serves as the community's central gathering place. Today, that town square is ringed by blocks of upscale hotels, boutiques, and eateries that draw foodies from around the world. Visitors come for the farm-sourced food, the wine, and the shopping. So Healdsburg has been discovered, but it’s not overrun. Besides the laid-back atmosphere of the central shopping district, world-class wineries on Dry Creek Road. Living the good life is within reach in Healdsburg. Restaurants include Madrona Manor, which boasts a Michelin star, and the adventurous Barndiva. Nightlife is centered on the Raven Performing Arts Theater, which hosts jazz, rock, and Broadway musicals. Homes in Healdsburg range from Victorians in the central district to one-of-a-kind architectural masterpieces set into the rolling hills that surround the town. To prepare students to thrive in the new green economy, Healdsburg High School has instituted an innovative program called CASA that unites sustainability, architecture, and green construction practices.
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