Uncork winemaking dreams at this $1.7 million DFW estate that comes with its own vineyard
Napa Valley? Never mind. Fredericksburg? Forget about it.
A 1.6-acre estate complete with its own vineyard is up for sale east of Preston Road in Celina, the Collin County town about 14 miles north of Frisco. The property is priced at nearly $1.7 million. Lisa Birdsong of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in Frisco has the listing.
Prosper Estate Vineyards, at 5560 Oak Bend Tr., features more than 300 vines that can produce up to 400 bottles of wine each year. It’s also touted as an event venue. Prosper Estate Vineyards is one of more than 500 wineries in Texas. Among the states, Texas ranks fifth for wine production.
Aside from the vines, the sale of the estate includes a climate-controlled wine house, winemaking equipment, the license and trademark for Prosper Estate Vineyards, and one season of mentoring from the sellers, Scott and Hope Stawski. The Stawskis are selling the property because their business on the Caribbean island of St. Thomas keeps them away from North Texas for extended periods of time.
“This unique estate is truly exceptional, and it is perfect for those who love outdoor living and entertaining guests,” Birdsong says. “Stepping into the vineyards instantly transports you to a peaceful and captivating place.”
Indoors, you’ll find 4,110 square feet of living space with four bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms. The master bedroom includes a sitting area, separate vanities, a shower, and a garden tub.
Among the other highlights of the home, which was built in 2005, are:
- Chef’s kitchen with breakfast bar and butler’s pantry
- Wood-paneled study
- Three fireplaces
- Outdoor deck with pool and spa
- Reflection pond
- 1,100-foot-deep irrigation well
- Three-car garage