Walk to award-winning restaurants, wineries and Jack London Square from this historic home in picturesque downtown Glen Ellen. Originally a milk barn and converted to a home in the 1950s, in the past few years this home has gone through a full renovation while maintaining its 19th century roots. From a new roof to cedar shingle siding, dual-paned windows to new plumbing and electrical and renovated kitchens and bathrooms, it’s turn-key and ready to enjoy.
In the main room the exposed beams on the 15-foot ceilings are flanked by a large Foucault’s Orb chandelier, with inset lighting and built-in surround sound speaker system completing the entertainer’s dream. The newly remodeled kitchen includes espresso cabinets, Caeserstone and butcher block countertops, a stainless steel farm sink and custom-built 8-foot range hood. The kitchen also includes a bar/prep sink with a 36-bottle red wine storage and white wine refrigerator, a chef’s gas range with pot filler, and newer counter depth refrigerator and dishwasher.
The wood-burning fireplace is fully functional and ready for use. On hotter days, open the wide Douglas Fir Real Carriage Doors in front and sliding patio doors to the fire pit area in back wired with speakers. The exterior comes wired for easy installation of a hot tub and landscape lighting.
The fully fenced-in yard features an epic 350-year-old oak, 50+ year old olive tree, mature green fig tree (well known in the area) which bears incredible-tasting fruit, pomegranate tree, prolific apple and pear trees, and Santa Rosa plum, cherry plum and bay leaf trees. In the winter you can hear the creek rushing by only a few hundred feet away. At the top of the yard are five raised garden beds filled with new earth and ready for planting with veggies. Near the patio the 10×12 high quality barn style Tuff Shed includes a loft, sliding windows and large work bench.