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Long Meadow Ranch is a family farm, cattle ranch and vineyard located on the west side of the Napa Valley at the foot of the Mayacamus Mountains. The guesthouse is the first visible building marking the corner of the ranch as you drive up the mountain.  This 1200 square foot guesthouse was designed to accommodate the owner’s friends and extended family.

The guesthouse is situated at the end of a barnyard compound which  includes the original barn, chicken coop, vegetable garden and a new horse barn and riding arena. Three majestic eucalyptus trees, parallel to the length of the house, anchor it to the larger site context of the meadow above and valley below.

The rooms are organized along the contour of the hill, allowing the living area to open out to the meadow above and view of the valley below.  The bedrooms are located at either end of the house with upper loft windows that open into the living room, reinforcing the outdoor quality of the central space.

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