One of the rare remaining grand homes on St. Helena's west side, this historic residence, built by John Allyn in 1880, enjoys a comfortable modern aesthetic while remaining true to its architectural roots. Sited on over a third of an acre, the 3,850 +/- sq ft light-filled interior showcases lofty 11’ and 13’ ceilings, large scale mullioned windows, a wonderfully open floor plan and handsome custom millwork throughout. The first level showcases a welcoming entry parlor, formal dining room, an elegant library with gas fireplace and floor-to ceiling built-ins, a spacious open kitchen with white cabinetry, Carrera marble counters and casual dining banquette, a subterranean wine cellar, and a connecting family room with seamless access to an expansive entertaining deck. Two separate staircases lead to the second level featuring a luxurious master suite, four additional bedrooms, and a full width view balcony. A multitude of handsome outdoor brick patios and pathways are set among the property’s gorgeous established landscape, including an abundance of fruit trees, specimen perennials and other exotic varietals. The property also enjoys a rustic 400 +/- sq ft workshop with barn-style doors and a charming 1-car vintage garage.