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Created within the original 1800s settlement of Napa’s founder, Nathan Coombs, the Meteor Vineyard Estate represents a prestigious offering with characteristics that are highly sought-after but rarely available in Napa Valley: a residence of architectural scale, substance, and significance along with an esteemed and highly profitable ultra-premium vineyard that has been called the Grand Cru of the Coombsville region.
A gated and consummately serene estate, this one-of-a-kind 34 +/- acre oasis is anchored by a 13,250 +/- square-foot postmodern residential compound—an impressive landmark comprising three structures: a four-bedroom primary residence, a three-bedroom second dwelling, and a separate studio. The enveloping 22.58 +/- acres of Cabernet Sauvignon and Petit Verdot grape vines serve as the select source of numerous single-vineyard designate wines and of the estate’s own distinguished Meteor brand. Standing stalwart amid the vines at the property’s highest point is its namesake tree, an iconic valley oak, and embracing the property are the bucolic hills for which wine country is known. This is truly a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for a connoisseur of architecture, winemaking, and the geography and flora of Napa Valley.