400-Acre Napa Home, Perched Over Pond, Asks $30M

A winemaker is selling his 400-acre winery with guest boat, reports the Wall Street Journal.

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A winemaker is selling his 400-acre winery with guest boat, reports the <a href="http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424127887324564704578626423626348776.html" target="_blank">Wall Street Journal</a>. Carl Doumani, the current owner, purchased the property in 1970 with the hopes of re-establishing Stags' Leap, a historic winery in Napa Valley.
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Due to Doumani's fondness of Kyoto, the home has an East Asian aesthetic.
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Here, barrels inside the winery.
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The building includes large ceramic mosaics and a golden onion dome, one of the designer's signatures.
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The 28-acre vineyard mostly grows Petite Sirah and Cabernet Sauvignon grapes, among others.
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Part of the home is cantilevered over the three-acre pond, which makes guests feel as if they are floating over the pond.
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The pond is swimming with bluegill bass and the owner is known to fish directly from the home, eating the catches for dinner.
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The large glass pocket doors can be retracted into the walls, or can be replaced with large screens to keep out bugs.
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The living, dining and kitchen areas are combined into one open space.
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A look at the spacious kitchen.
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The home's only bedroom is pictured here.
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The bedroom's concrete tub overlooks the pond.
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A look at the home jetting out over the pond.
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The home features a 26-foot guest boat, which includes a bedroom and is docked behind the home. Guests can dock the boat on the other side of the pond, for privacy.
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