Famous the world over for its vineyards, wineries, and sunny weather, St. Helena is a popular home base for families with young children, retirees, and oenophiles alike. Set on a secluded lot and surrounded by perfectly manicured shrubs as well as orange and walnut trees, 1706 Spring Street in St. Helena is an inviting refuge that can function as a main home or vacation getaway alike. The exterior of the house is wrapped in Napa Valley indigenous stone, giving it an earthy look seemingly inspired by pieds-a-terre in the rolling hills of Tuscany.
Inside, the open-concept living space shows off high ceilings, custom steel windows, and clean lines throughout. Subtle shades of gray and white give the home an airy, inviting aesthetic. Characterized by state-of-the-art stainless steel appliances and a curved center island, the kitchen serves as the perfect place to whip up a favorite recipe or make dinner with friends. A dining table is located just steps away. In the opposite corner of the room, a fireplace and couches serve as a gathering spot for friends.
Outfitted with two bedrooms and two baths, the house is perfectly sized for young professionals just starting out or retirees looking to downsize. The master bedroom, which features a vaulted gray ceiling, leads into a master bath with a deep soaking tub.