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  • Tour a 4,200-square-foot home that overlooks the wooded hillsides in Templeton

    Globe-trotting couple Neil Bankston and Lisa Patson decided it was time to settle down, so they built a 4,200-square foot custom home near Templeton for their retirement years. The house features a striking floating staircase, a gym and pool and a 2,100-bottle "wine retreat."

Globe-trotting couple Neil Bankston and Lisa Patson decided it was time to settle down, so they built a 4,200-square foot custom home near Templeton for their retirement years. The house features a striking floating staircase, a gym and pool and a 2,100-bottle "wine retreat." David Middlecamp The Tribune
Globe-trotting couple Neil Bankston and Lisa Patson decided it was time to settle down, so they built a 4,200-square foot custom home near Templeton for their retirement years. The house features a striking floating staircase, a gym and pool and a 2,100-bottle "wine retreat." David Middlecamp The Tribune

2,100-bottle wine cellar is just one cool feature of this North County home

May 18, 2017 12:37 PM

UPDATED May 20, 2017 06:18 PM