A sprawling former California winery—complete with a huge mansion—hit the market Monday, according to Sotheby's estate agent John Law.
The property is being sold in two parts, with the option to snap all 160 acres up for $21 million.
The eight-bedroom hacienda, a farmhouse and three small guest houses sit on 57 acres of Clear Lake waterfront space and are listed for $17.5 million. The remaining 110 acres of vineyard space are offered separately at just $3.5 million.
Winemaker Jim Fetzer is selling the resort. He originally bought the lot in 2001 and transformed it into Ceàgo Vinegardens, a winery and hospitality destination. Ceàgo ceased operations in 2014, and Fetzer decided the timing was right to "move on from the winery" and go traveling, according to Law.
The former winery sits along Highway 20 in Nice, a cozy town on Clear Lake, about a three-hour drive from San Francisco.
Law anticipates the buyer will use the property as a private getaway. And calls from interested Bay Area buyers are already flooding in, Law said.
The property also features two courtyards, a 340-foot pier, a helipad and a dock for seaplanes and boats.
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