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Straight out of “Cottages and Gardens”, this magazine worthy residence has been beautifully updated with high-end finishes throughout. Stunning execution of design incudes high ceilings, timeless finishes, and an ideal floor plan for either a full-time residence or weekend home in the heart of the Napa Valley Wine Country. The +-1,032 square foot two-bedroom, two full bathroom, one level home offers a rare blend of Oak flooring, fine architectural details, tall walls of glass, and all-day natural light. Perfectly site placed on a completely level lot on one of St. Helena’s most desirable “in town” locations! The outstanding mature gardens include old growth Palms, grape vines, raised planting beds, a level lawn, roses, and mature plantings. The exterior living spaces offer ample level outdoor dining and entertaining areas. 1550 Kearney Street is ideally located just +-1200 feet from St. Helena Elementary School and +-800 feet from the Robert Louis Stevenson Middle School. The residence is also conveniently located just a few blocks from downtown St. Helena’s many famed shops, art galleries, fine restaurants, world class wineries, and in close proximity to the world class Meadowood Golf Club and Resort.
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Napa County’s crown jewel just might be St. Helena. Home to grand vineyard estates that sit behind gated drives and rows of olive trees, St. Helena offers the ultimate in Napa Valley lifestyle: tranquility, relaxation, and refined recreation.
A fabulous main street, restaurants, spas, and shops are a magnet for St. Helena tourists. There's a strong local community feel here as well, with many of the community's historic buildings having been preserved and turned into specialty shops, galleries, and restaurants. Shopping at Goodman’s Department Store on Main Street, with its ornate Queen Anne facade, is a throwback to a simpler time. The annual Napa Valley Film Festival fills downtown with films and filmmakers, chefs, and tasting stations from dozens of local wineries.
St. Helena’s world-class restaurants need top-tier chefs, and the Culinary Institute of America, located in the former Christian Brothers Winery, trains the next generation of culinary stars. The institute also offers hour-long cooking demonstrations for local residents along with full-time, professional-level courses.
Twelve-acre Crane Park on the outskirts of town is home to St. Helena's Farmers’ Market, along with picnic sites, eight lighted bocce courts, and six lighted tennis courts.