The Moraga Vineyards estate in Bel Air goes for sale including the Winery at $29.5 million
Sited at an elevation of 600 to 900 feet boasting unrivaled views, just 5-miles from the Pacific Ocean in Los Angeles community of Bel Air, the famed 16-acres wine growing estate Moraga Vineyards is now up for grabs at a price of $29.5 million. Presently owned by Tom and Ruth Jones, this property that impressively includes vineyards and a 2,300-square-foot winery that produces about 1,500 cases a year, will certainly appeal to the rich and well-heeled individuals who owns their very own private vineyards, and loves to maintain them as a part of their exclusive list of luxurious assets. This unique and once-in-a-lifetime offering includes the Moraga Vineyards and Winery, a significant wine inventory stored in the on-site wine cave, the 7,500 sq. ft main residence, and a 4,400 sq. ft office building being used as the winery sales office. Interestingly, the owners and native Californians, Tom and Ruth Jones have lived on this Moraga Canyon property since 1959, purchasing a small horse ranch which was originally built by iconic Hollywood film director Victor Fleming, renowned for highly-acclaimed films like Gone with the Wind and The Wizard of Oz.
Location: 1050 Moraga Avenue, Bel Air
Notably, Moraga is the first commercial winery to be bonded in the city of Los Angeles since Prohibition ended in 1933, and has a microclimate that is distinct from the surrounding area.
The 7,500 square foot Mediterranean-style main residence boasts 3 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, a lavish octagonal dressing room and maid’s quarters.
Further, a guest house across a large lawn has 2 bedrooms and two bathrooms.
Besides, we have also seen the sale offering of President Barack Obama’s Martha’s Vineyard vacation rental, the most expensive Martha’s Vineyard property for sale at $92 million, and the Martha’s vineyard historic estate.