2900 Spring Mountain Road Estate

After selling their tech company in 1997, Perry and Carolyn Butler purchased 40 acres in St. Helena, planted vines and built a 9,600 square foot villa, and founded Juslyn Vineyards on the Spring Mountain estate.

One of the largest private residences in Napa Valley, the villa at 2900 Spring Mountain Road includes 6 bedrooms, 7 fireplaces, a chef’s kitchen with copper hood, and a requisite wine cellar (with adjacent tasking room) below.

A guest casita and outdoor kitchen, complete with a wood-fired pizza oven, sit by the pool.

And of course, there’s a pad for the helicopter as well.

2900 Spring Mountain Road Helicopter Pad

Having just hit the market listed for $18,800,000, the price for the estate doesn’t include the Juslyn Vineyards label nor $5-6 million in inventory, but the brand and barrels are being offered for $9.5 million more.

8 thoughts on “Techies Turned Winemakers Selling Napa Estate For $19M”
  1. “The best way to make a small fortune with a winery is…to start with a large one.”

    Wonder if that’s the case here.

  2. UPDATE: 2900 Spring Mountain Road is back on the market, this time listed for $33.15 million, including the villa; the Juslyn Vineyards label, inventory and business; and an extra 2.25 acres home-site on Spring Mountain Road.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *