At nearly 6,00 sq ft, this magnificent getaway home will surely inspire and uplift you!
Resting quietly, high above and overseeing Temecula Valley’s acclaimed wine country in Mediterranean-like climate zone 19, VILLA DE LA VINE chateau and 3.5 acre estate engage nature’s breathtaking panorama in almost every direction. Indeed, the entire property and various rooms showcase majestic views of the surrounding near-to-distant mountains, vast and lush valley vineyards, charming hillside wineries, colorful hot air balloons, and memorable sunrises and sunsets. Here, you can also breathe clean air, soak Southern California’s soothing sunshine, feel refreshing ocean breezes, relax in spacious luxury, and feel rejuvenated! Crafted by a long-standing contractor in 2006, Villa de la Vine’s Mediterranean-style villa, bordered by a seasonally-fragrant 100-plus tree fruit-bearing grove, wraps elegance with exquisite attention to detail in an ornate and intriguing atmosphere. Your getaway features large rooms with striking travertine floors, decorative moldings, colorful furnishings, and comfortable and quiet sleeping accommodations. A massive master suite invites you to a king size bed, a sitting/reading room with an elaborate fireplace overlooking wine country, a private covered-patio with amazing views, a large walk-in closet, and an expansive bathroom with a Jacuzzi tub. A large gourmet kitchen (currently-used to film ‘Cooking and Kids’ and 'Seeds of Life' cooking episodes) offers a pleasant playground to cook, and to enjoy a refreshing drink with family or friends, all while creating memorable life experiences. Villa de la Vine also showcases four massive fireplaces, beautiful and large dining and living rooms overlooking vine country, a spacious family room, and a partially-enclosed and covered patio for outdoor barbecuing, cooking and dining.
About The Area
Best views of wine conty....Located in heart of Temecula Wine Country, bordering with Leoness vineyards. In the country and nature, 10 miles outside and 800 feet above Temecula, overlooking beautiful mountain-surrounded Temecula Valley with its clean air, vineyards, wineries, night lights and wildlife.Be uplifted by the breathtaking panorama of mountains and Temecula Valley with its luscious vineyards, colorful wineries and memorable sunsets.Soak Southern California’s sunshine, feel daily-refreshing ocean breezes, and relax and rest in spacious luxury.
Temecula Wine Country—within 0.5 to 10 miles, over 35 award-winning wineries with their sprawling grounds, spa and wedding facilities and tasting rooms where you can indulge in fine dining, horseback riding, hot air balloon rides, live music concerts, tours, wine tasting, and other seasonal events.
Historic Temecula—only 13 miles away, it was founded in 1882 when the California Railroad came through the valley and local investors created the first Bank. Enjoy a sense of adventure and wonderment as you explore Old Town’s many historical features, alleyways, specialty stores, exclusive boutiques, restaurants, art galleries, and part of the area’s over 600 antiques stores where you can view countless early California artifacts and forage for old treasures.
Hot Air Balloon Rides—various local entities offer daily and weekly balloon rides very visible from the windows and yard, and sometimes alongside this property.
Nearby Adventure, Leisure & Sporting Activities— wine-tasting, winery wandering, antiquing, bird-watching, boating, casino games, cycling, deep sea fishing, dining, equestrian events, fresh water fishing, golf, hiking, hot air ballooning, horseback riding, kite flying, mountain biking, orchard-fresh fruit sampling, running or walking, scenic drives, sightseeing, shopping, surf fishing, swimming, tennis playing, and wildlife viewing.
Balboa Park—71 miles.
Coronado Island—75 miles to this quaint hill surrounded by blue ocean and white sandy beaches, beach side walkways, fine restaurants, tourist shops, and views of seagoing vessels.
Nearby Attractions—beginning with churches, cinemas, forests, health/beauty spas, live theater, museums, musicals, playgrounds, restaurants and winery tours, view also the many other Area Attractions and their distances below.
Ferry—San Diego Harbor at 68 miles.
Historic Julian—61 miles.
Historic Lake Elsinore—31 miles.
Historic San Juan Capistrano—69 miles.
Knotts Berry Farm—79 miles.
Lake Skinner County Park—11 miles.
Mount Palomar Observatory—45 miles.
Mount San Jacinto Tramway—67 miles.
Mount San Antonio—90 miles.
Palm Desert (including grand cactus gardens)—65 miles.
Palm Springs—69 miles.
Ocean Beaches—many with Oceanside being the closest at 41 miles.
Resort Casinos—about 10 within 55 miles for dancing, fine dining, golf and live performances.
Restaurants—two within three-to-five miles, and many in Temecula and nearby Murrieta.
Salton Sea—112 miles.
San Diego Zoo—70 miles.
San Diego Zoo’s Wgasa Safari (wild animal) Park—47 miles.
Sea World—69 miles.
Six Flags Magic Mountain—132 miles.
Ski Resort—Big Bear, the closest at 95 miles.
Temecula Area Events—listings available on the internet.
Train—nearest in Oceanside at 41 miles.
Tribal Culture—at the edge of Inland area’s 12 tribal nations and 19 tribes, all within 120 miles.
Vail Lake—13.5 miles.
Small private events ( no weddings) up to 40 guesta are allowed - venue fee applicable.
Loud parties and pets are not allowed.