This 80-acre (70 acres of vineyards) estate, dubbed Villa De Madre, is located at 4286 Suisun Valley Road in Green Valley, CA. It boasts a 22,882 square foot main house with 6 bedrooms, 8 full and 3 half baths, 6 fireplaces, double winding staircase, hand painted ceilings and murals throughout, 2-story great room his and hers private offices, gym, game room with coffered cherry wood ceiling and wet bar, gourmet kitchen with 3 ovens and 4 dishwashers, climate controlled wine cave, separate guest quarters with private entrance, elevator, huge indoor swimming pool with enclosed patio area and 6 skylights, a 24,000 square foot auto barn with antique gas station, full maintenance bay, fully equipped diner, a “town street”, and a 4BR/2BA 1896 square foot caretaker’s house. It is listed at $22,000,000.

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  • Grrrowler

    My eyes my eyes! The outside screams McMansion while the inside…well, it makes me want to scream. It’s a decorating disaster from the gilded paneling to the Spirograph ceiling in the foyer.

    I like the idea of having a large garage for a car collection, but even there the owner and I have totally different taste in vehicles. No offense to anyone on this site who likes the “town street”/indoor mall concept in a house, but I believe there is a special place in interior design hell for people who build these into their houses.




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    • Daniel

      Ha! Your read my mind! I was thinking OMG 24,000 auto barn is brilliant! Then I saw a bunch of 70’s Camaro’s, Mustang’s and Chevelle’s. 🙁 🙁 🙁

      My auto museum would be just that….a museum. Bentley, Ferrari, Aston Martin, Lamborghini, Duesenberg, Bugatti, Jaguar, Koenigsegg, Pagani…you get the picture. True works of art…sprinkled in with a Corvette and a Ford GT or two.




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      • Grrrowler

        THANK YOU! My museum would include cars that are works of art, not just old cars that had been restored. A classic Bugatti paired with a Veyron, an Isotta-Fraschini or two…




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        • Daniel

          How many souls do you think I would need to murder to get all six…or is it seven…Royale’s in my possession? Hmm. Or a gorgeous Ferrari 250 GT California. Or a 250 GTO!

          Or one of my favorites (Top 10 classics at least), the Bucciali. STUNNING!

          http://www.flickr.com/photos/sjb4photos/3926121976/

          Grrrowler, if you are ever is S. Florida, we need to have lunch.




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          • Grrrowler

            I love that Bucciali. There is one at the Blackhawk collection in northern CA that’s amazing: http://www.remarkablecars.com/main/bucciali/1930-bucciali-1b.jpg. Saoutchik was a genius. If you’re ever in east bay SF, it’s worth a day to stop by the museum and see more of the amazing cars, like a 1940’s Delahaye, a Talbot Lago, a spruce-bodied Hispano Suiza (I think), at least one Delage, and a 1926 Daimler built for an Indian Maharaja with a sterling silver body.

            I’m down for lunch if we’re ever on the same coast!




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  • Daniel

    Oh wow. Well, let me start with what I LOVE:

    1) Exterior front facade and driveway. Very very nice, love the color combos and the front door.

    2) That auto “barn” is a dream come true. Maybe not architecturally, but the entire concept of a 24,000 square-foot car museum on my property is something my dream home would certainly have. Not a fan of the school gym interior and roof, but like I said, the concept and actual execution of it earns an A.

    3) The concept of an indoor pool with a glass atrium. Not a fan of the way it is presented much like the auto barn, but still like the concept.

    Now, for what I don’t like:

    EVERYTHING ELSE. God, that interior screams cheap! The What is up with these huge two-story lofty airy living rooms? If you’re going to do that, PLEASE add some details to bring it to a more human scale. Every room has cheap details (columns from Home Depot, murals painted by a first grader), cheap furniture, cheap everything. HIDEOUS kitchen with those smoke-yellow cabinets and that attempt at a groin-vault ceiling. Location in the middle of nowhere, Napa Valley my ass. And the back of the house….SO barren.

    Other than the things I mentioned, this house is a mess. An overpriced mess…




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  • Mak

    It should be named Villa de Mierda instead.




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  • Onions

    No home in CA should have an indoor pool without an outdoor one.




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  • GTMSJ

    Such harsh criticism! I love some of the old Detroit iron…classic indeed! I’d probably add a few old Cadillacs and a couple 60s vintage Lincolns with suicide doors. Regarding the house, if I can afford the $22m, then I can certainly have an interior designer come in to decorate the place to my taste. If I need to do a gut remodel, no problem, as I should have the available cash to do this as well. I absolutely love the idea of the 24,000 square foot garage! Perhaps my main street would look more like a backdrop in the south of France, or perhaps Monte Carlo. Also, not sure that I would want to limit myself to just and indoor pool…let’s build one outdoors as well! At the point I tired of my project, I’d put it on the market, and you know what? The same complaints would come pouring in! But I won’t care, because I did it my way!

    Ciao




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  • eric

    NOW I GOT THE RITE HOUSE THIS TIME LOL but yeah i stay like 5 minutes from this house pass it all the time and i just love it but i figured the inside would of looked way better . but the outside is amazing and its in a very nice area i would know since i live near … fairfield baby !




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  • april

    DO U ALLOW TO HAVE WEDDINGS ON YOUR BEAUTIFULL HOME?




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