In perfect alignment with Restoration Hardware’s monochromatic hues (think grays, tans, and creamy whites) is a modern Napa Valley estate owned by company CEO Gary Friedman.
For fans of the luxe décor brand, his home is a dream come true. The entire spread, called “Eight Palms,” is being offered fully furnished by Restoration Hardware’s design team—and stocked with the brand’s products (yep, even the flatware).
Listed for $8.5 million with Ginger Martin at Ginger Martin & Co., the 5,770-square-foot estate on a 1-acre lot in Saint Helena has six bedrooms and six baths.
Friedman paid $5.9 million for the property in 2013. Oenophiles will love the floor-to-ceiling wine vault in the kitchen. It appears to hold more bottles than most restaurants.
Ideal for entertaining, the light and airy dining room can comfortably seat 12. The four love seats adjacent to the dining table are the perfect spot for a glass of dessert wine. Just be mindful of the white slipcovers!
There’s an in-home gym and a massage room with a view. The bathrooms are nothing short of luxurious; one features matching vanities and showers, which would make any power couple feel on top of the world during a postworkout rinse.
The outdoor living space includes two seating and dining areas off the main house. They have just the right amount of sun, but not too much.
The guesthouse features four chaise loungers in the front. Another rare perk, even in luxury abodes, is the outdoor shower, where fluffy white towels are neatly folded on top of a faux tree stump.
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