Seller will entertain all offers between $16,999,000 and $20,500,000. Old Coach Winery and Vineyards rests gracefully on a 41+ acre parcel just past the Heritage Estates gate and North of Maderas Golf Course. Enjoy the country life while growing mature Mediterranean style grapes and operating your own private cabernet vineyards! 100% solar electric, deep main well and 31,000 gallon water storage tank feeds the entire property. The custom designed, energy efficient main house has a 480 sq. ft. guest wing, vanishing edge pool and tennis courts, which view the 20+ hillside llamas. The 5,549 sq. ft. main house also provides easy access to the two story, 1,584 sq. ft. winery building, complete with apartment, full bath, laundry, 363 sq. ft. wine makers quarter’s, winery lab, packing room and office. Upstairs is a private art loft and museum gallery with two French door balconies and spectrum and loft lighting. Old Coach Vineyards and Winery sells directly to restaurants, wine bars, Costco, internet sales and an extensive list of wine club members with wholesale discount privileges. It has chosen to limit production to 1,000 cases a year. The facility and grounds are only open for two private parties for the wine club members and VIPS twice a year. All operations are estate grown and produced on the property. The twelve varieties of wines have been held two years in "the cave", another year in bottle, then released and sold after the third year. Excess grapes have been sold selectively to some of the best wine makers in the area. The potential for explosive growth is ripe for anyone wanting to take it to the next level. Old Coach Vineyards has an established reputation for quality and sustainability. The small lake shore contains a 575 sq. ft. Cabin Retreat with ample decking which overlooks the lake containing 100+ large Koi and multiple species of established pairs of migrating and permanent water fowl. This includes: mandarin ducks, wood ducks, whistling tree ducks, as well as other species all with established nest boxes. The waterfall ponds hold largemouth bass, bluegill and other species of fish, freshwater clams and native aquatic wildlife. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to live on an established vineyard, in and amongst nature in a very private country setting, yet close to a large Southern California metropolitan area. All information is deemed correct, but must be verified by Buyer prior to close of escrow.