Iconic Napa Valley “Ink House”

March 4, 2021

Renovated in 2017 by luxury architect Howard Backen, this iconic St. Helena property evokes an unmistakable Wine Country style with elevated farmhouse-inspired interiors.

The former home of early Napa Valley settler and agriculturist, Theron Ink, Ink House has in recent years become known as one of Napa’s most luxurious boutique inns. The inn was also home for Elvis Presley during the filming of “Wild in the Country” in 1960.

“The Ink house is for those who appreciate the intersection of luxury, history and world class design,” listing agent Bart Moore said. “The residence is an ideal second home, primary residence or corporate retreat with interior spaces that combine Italian elegance, Wine Country style and gracious hospitality.”

The main level includes a gourmet kitchen, gym, office and a large handicap accessible bedroom suite. Each light drenched, exquisitely appointed room offers breathtaking vineyard vistas, including the lounge on the top level.

The sweeping exterior grounds are spectacular and a wrap around porch leads to meandering pathways through rows of hydrangeas, mulberry trees and majestic oaks.

1575 St. Helena Highway, St. Helena is offered at $6,950,000 by Bart Moore.

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