Amazing views


The challenge is to decide where to "park" for awhile to savor the moment and enjoy the views and the surrounding areas. With so many choices, it will be difficult to determine which spot on the property is the most beautiful.

Should we stop the horses and listen to the dancing music from flowing water in the creeks, and look at the bright green moss and ferns on the massive boulders? Or should we pause to see San Pablo Bay's shimmering water from high above? Or maybe we should take a break from our discovery walk, to sit on a wooden bench, handmade from a fallen oak harvested here, and listen to the birds' symphonic songs...


Expansive views toward Kenwood

From one of several panoramic vistas on the property, look east toward the Valley of the Moon!

Observation deck

From the large deck, overlooking the property, you can see fantastic views while sipping on your favorite wine.


Along the drive in

As you enter the property, you emerge from the woods to a true vista view of surrounding mountains!

View from the main residence

The house is located at the top of the hill, overlooking the vineyards. The hillside across from the vineyard is a safe haven for the horses! Look closely and you'll see a horse on the hill!


A brillant sunny day

At the top of the hill, on a bright sunny day, the views toward Kenwood are especially brilliant in a cloudless sky of blue!

Drama above the hillside

Dark rain clouds gather above the hillside in the late afternoon, as seen from the balcony of the master bedroom.


Pause and breathe the fresh air

Take a break and rest on this hand made bench. A fallen oak nearby provided the wood.

A walk toward the woods

Morning fog creates a magical landscape and defies description


A tuscan scene

A morning walk along the vineyard road.

“I wandered lonely as a cloud That floats on high o'er vales and hills, When all at once I saw a crowd, A host, of golden daffodils; Beside the lake, beneath the trees, Fluttering and dancing in the breeze.”William Wordsworth,   I Wander'd Lonely as a Cloud
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