Robert Redford’s House Is For Sale For $7.5 Million

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Robert Redford’s stunning vacation house in wine country is up for grabs and it’s going for $7.5 million. The property is located in St. Helena, California, specifically in the famous Napa Valley, and it consists of 10 acres of gated land. The property is extremely tranquil and scenic, showing beautiful landscaping and mountains in the distance.

Robert Redford, who is now 82 years old, and his wife Sibylle Szaggars have owned the home for more than a decade. The home includes three bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms. The rest of the house features a modern style and plenty of contemporary furniture pieces. Wait until you see it!

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The outside of the home gives the onlooker a taste of the scenic flair. The photo provided doesn’t even do justice to how green and gorgeous the property is for that area and it’s definitely a selling point for those who love areas where the grass is greener.

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The lounge area is complete with furniture, a bookcase for those who love to hang out and read, and a fireplace to keep you warm and cozy in the winter!

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The kitchen is simply stunning and featured light hardwood flooring with what appears to be a patterned rug over it. This kitchen features all updated appliances such as a double oven, a fridge, a dishwasher, a sink… speaking of the sink, let’s talk about that view from the ink!

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There is also a sitting area in the same room as the kitchen that overlooks the same view you’d receive from the sink. You can quickly cook up your favorite meal and go sit at this nice, little, glass table while enjoying the fall foliage and mountaintop views.

Read on to the NEXT page to see more photos of Robert Redford’s vacation home…

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