Villa Andrea – a secluded piece of paradise in Sonoma Valley

Located just outside the Glen Ellen village in Sonoma Valley, California, Villa Andrea is an impressive structure away from the city, the noise and all the anxiety. The property is a slice of paradise and has everything one could dream of. The estate occupies an area of over 25 acres and has a 10 acre Cabernet vineyard.

The main house is a seven-bedroom structure with a pool, a spa, sauna, steam room, home theater as well as its very own tennis court and bocce area. Surrounded by nature and with amazing views of the landscape, this place is extraordinary. It’s the perfect retreat to spend the holidays or the entire summer. The location is stunning but that’s not the only important aspect. There’s also a wonderful design and architecture to take into consideration.


Even though it’s too big for a single family, the mansion is perfect if you want to spend your vacation surrounded by friends. Have fun outdoor, relax on the terrace, go for a swim in the pool, explore the surroundings, enjoy a movie in this exquisite home theater or simply enjoy each other’s company in the living room. The vibrant but elegant interior design sets the perfect mood and the views are the finishing touch that makes this place so dreamy.

Published by in Architecture, on September 1st, 2009


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