Sold | Classic Sonoma Estate || $5,200,000 || Sold



Welcome to 1230 Craig Ave, a classic Sonoma estate, as featured in House Beautiful Magazine. Situated on 3.34 acres of country living, with a 1.5 acre vineyard planted to Petit Verdot. Rolling hills, mountains and lush green grounds are just a few of the views that complement this country property. Owner/Designer Gabriella Sarlo wanted to create a space that captures the idea of an eternal summer and the essence of the perfect pool party. Young, fresh and fun are the foundations of what this home has been designed on. The main house boasts three-bedrooms en suite, with the master suite on the main floor. Upstairs are two more suites and overflow common area. The great room opens to the outdoor living spaces. The kitchen complete with Viking stainless steel appliances has a built-in breakfast area and great room adjacent. The living room has French doors that open out to the pool. There is a guest house consisting of one bedroom en suite and a pool house for overflow guest, changing room and respite from the sun. This estate compound is perfect for a family and entertainment. Sold fully furnished.

3 beds
3 full baths
1 half bath
4600 Sq.Ft.
2001 BUILT
3.34 Acres LOT
Ginger Martin

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Features & Amenities


  • bedrooms3
  • total baths3.5
  • full baths3
  • half bath1
  • other interior FeaturesFurnished, Hot Tub / Spa, Guest House, Wine Cellar, Fireplace, Library

Area & Lot

  • Living Area4600 Sq.Ft.
  • Status Sold
  • YEAR BUILT2001
  • LifestylesCountry Living, Wine Vineyard
  • Architecture StylesFarmhouse


  • other exterior FeaturesGarden, Gated Entry, Pool, View, Vineyard, Solar-ready, Pool House, Mountain View
  • Garage Space2


  • PRICE$5,200,000

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