Tucked away in the rich fields of Napa Valley lies a modern masterpiece designed by notable Bay Area architect Lewis Butler. The vinyard estate sits on 20 acres of wine producing land that comes with an already approved winery license for a 10,000 gallon per year production facility. But wine aside, the property is phenomenal. You’ll find seven bedrooms throughout the property with six full bathrooms and four half baths. Closets, kitchen, and bathrooms galore with massive amounts of space anywhere you walk. The interior design is proper and equally impressive, and the views… well, they’re everywhere. Nearly every room in the house is covered with floor to ceiling windows. The natural light that floods the house is mesmerizing and certain glass walls open for indoor/outdoor living experiences. With over 14 acres of un-constructed land surrounding the house, walking around the house in the nude shouldn’t be an issue. Worst case scenario you can drop the automated blinds at the flick of a button. All in all, if we had $40+ Million in the bank, we’d put in an offer on the Whitehall Estate. Or maybe it’ll be listed on AirBnB one day? Listing & photos via Sotheby’s International Realty Affiliates.