Great anticipation surrounds the arrival of the Four Seasons Napa Valley resort, which is projected to open mid-2019, as it pairs its Calistoga vineyard setting with five-star luxury. But even greater anticipation comes for a lucky few with the development of the Four Seasons Napa Valley Residences by famed architect John C Hill, AIA, O’Bryan Partnership and Erin Martin Design. Just 20 one- and two-story villas will be built amid the resort’s lush vines with a design concept that combines farmhouse architectural tradition with laid-back Californian style. The biggest residences will encompass four bedrooms (three of which are master suites), along with ample space for dining and entertaining, and a covered outdoor terrace for soaking up the beauty of your surroundings. Each villa will have generous wine storage—with room for more than 90 bottles—and residents will be given exclusive access to the resort’s wealth of amenities, from restaurants and bars to the therapeutic spa. You’ll also be able to go behind the scenes at the on-site winery, gaining insight into the entire wine-making process, from harvesting the grapes to wine blending, before enjoying the final product at exclusive food and wine events.