In 1890, Edward Churchill, a successful banker and vineyard owner in Napa, California had this massive house built for his son as a wedding gift.
Dubbed Cedar Gables, architect Ernest Coxhead designed the home.
Not only was it one helluva dope gift, but it also kept family close together. The elder Churchill’s own stunning mansion (Churchill Manor) was just one street away.
Both places now serve as bed and breakfasts in Napa’s Abajo National Register Historic District, The district is the second largest in California, and includes approximately 300 historic properties located on 29 streets.
For more information on staying here, check out the Cedar Gables Inn’s website.