Wine country home near Mendocino

Wine country home near Mendocino


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4 Bedrooms
Sleeps 10
2 Bathrooms
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Our home

We have a four bedroom, two bathroom home on 20 acres of meadow and forest. There is also a fully equiped kitchen, dining room, living room, tv room and children's play room. The home is tastefully decorated and very cozy. There is a wood burning stove and large windows looking out onto the meadow. The house is fully childproofed. Outside we have a hot tub, hammocks, sky chairs and adirondack chairs for relaxing and listening to the sound of the year round creek that flows through our property. For children we have a swing and slide and an abundance of lizards to chase. We have an orchard for picking fruit, a gazebo by the creek and a suspension bridge and trails for hiking.

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Who we are

  1. We live in the Bay Area and use this home as our second home. My husband Tom is a doctor and I, Rebecca stay home with our two year old son, Owen, and run a non-profit. Besides spending time at our lovely second home, we enjoy hiking, reading, travelling, cooking and spending time as a family.

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Our house sits in the middle of a three acre meadow and looking up to our additonal 17 acres of redwood, oak, madrone and bay forest. We are located in the Anderson Valley near the town of Philo. This area is filled with world class wineries including 6 wineries within three miles of our home. We are 17 miles from the pacific ocean with beautiful beaches, whale watching, and salmon fishing. Three miles away is a state park filled with old growth redwoods for hiking. The Anderson Valley is a hidden treasure of beauty and relaxed atmosphere.

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