Frank Noyes Mansion

Happy Hump Day, y’all! This beauty is the Napa, California headquarters of Wine Spectator magazine, known historically as the Noyes Mansion.

Built in 1902, the Noyes Mansion is one of the most significant examples of residential architecture in Napa from the early 1900s. Set back from the street, the shingle style home also boasts an enormous carriage house. Architect William H. Corlett of Napa built the home for lumber magnate Frank Noyes, who lived here until 1956.

The main house has around 6,000 square feet of space on its two floors. It retains many original features including wide door and window trim, a main staircase with turned oak balustrade and a floral, stained glass skylight.

It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1992.

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