JG : Napa Rocio Romero Prefab


Have you ever wanted to walk through a prefab or see what the excitement is about in person? If you live on the west coast, the opportunity to walk through a prefab happens fairly frequently. Just wait for the right conference or event and you’ll hear about a tour or walk through. Now, two hours north of San Francisco in Napa County (Pope Valley), there’s a Rocio Romero prefab open for tour, rental, or even for commercial photo, movie, and production shoots. The 3,000 sf, 4 bedroom, 3 bath home sits isolated on 48 acres of private land. There’s also a 40′ x 20′ pool and all the other amenities one could ask for in a modern, prefab retreat (except for the dog discrimination). The owners/builders of the home also offer consulting services for anyone seriously thinking about buying a prefab — they can walk you through the entire process of construction, financing, and design.

Owner, Dan Edmonds-Waters, spoke about his experience with prefab: “I fell in love with the simple sophistication of the Rocio Romero LV Home … I like the clean lines, the large expanse of glass, and the way this home frames nature as art.”







::article written by Preston, of Jetson Green – original article entitled Napa Rocio Romero Prefab, Open to the Public. These articles from Jetson Green on MNP’s Green Tuesdays is a new feature you can find here every week – enjoy!::

Posted: October 2nd, 2007
at 6:00am by orangemenace

Categories: architecture,pre-fab,green arch,housing,featured ninjas

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