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Daniel Casabonne presents:

Triple Barn House


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Triple Barn House, designed by renowned Mork-Ulnes Architects, is a stunning Wine Country residence like no other with its use of glass, concrete & Cor-Ten steel.

Sweeping picture perfect views in all directions from this +/-6 acre parcel just minutes from the Sonoma Plaza & quaint downtown Glen Ellen.

The 3 bedroom/2.5 bath residence has been featured in numerous national & international publications such as Architectural Digest, Dwell, & Wallpaper Magazine.

Light & bright interiors with walls of glass & seamless indoor/outdoor flow.

Entertain under the large cantilevered eave that creates an extension of the kitchen with an outdoor bar, grilling area, & outdoor living area.

Built with a light footprint on the land, the materials are all natural & sustainable.

Private deck & soaking tub off the master bedroom for relaxation under the stars.

Wooded trails leading to various quiet spots to enjoy natural beauty.

Double height home office and bonus room on the lower level.

Room for pool.


Check out this Listing's Feature in Dwell

Featured in The Daily Beast's "OMG, I Want That House"

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Showings by Appointment:
Contact Daniel Casabonne
707.939.2222 and 707.494.3130
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Daniel Casabonne

Sotheby's International Realty

Realtor® Associate

DRE# 01221013

707.939.2222 office

707.494.3130 mobile


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101 Adobe Way, Sonoma

A small town with a rich history, the center of the locavore food movement, and situated in the heart of Wine Country, the city of Sonoma is content to play country mouse to its more citified cousin, Napa. You won't find enormous tour buses disgorging hundreds of passengers in downtown Sonoma; the city of 10,000 residents is mostly laid-back and quiet. Centered on what many call one of the most beautiful town plazas in the state, with its historic, preserved Mission that dates back to 1823, Sonoma has the feel of a small country town -- that is, if a small country town boasted more than a dozen tasting rooms of award-winning wineries. Surrounded by vineyards and more than 60 world-class wineries that mix the elegant with the down home, Sonoma is ground zero for great wine and the lifestyle that goes with it. All that makes Sonoma a premier destination, sought after for its mellow pace, natural beauty, and proximity to San Francisco, just 45 miles south. Sonoma offers plenty of things to do, including jazz festivals, parades, cooking classes, the Sonoma International Film Festival, and exhibitions and openings at Sonoma Valley Museum of Art. Spacious homes in the vineyards and rolling hills around Sonoma command spectacular views. Today, the multimillion-dollar estates of Sonoma range from Tuscan-style villas to more adventurous concrete and glass architectural statements.