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Petaluma mansion owned by Papa Murphy founders, listed for $12.5 million – Orange County Register

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The founders of Papa Murphy’s Take N’ Bake Pizza have listed their wine estate in Petaluma, California (Peter Lyons).

Trustees Terrence and Rose Collins, founders of Papa Murphy’s Take N’ Bake Pizza, have put the family’s wine estate in Petaluma up for sale for $12.5 million.

Living room with stone fireplace.
A wine estate once owned by the founders of Papa Murphy’s Take N’ Bake Pizza is for sale (Peter Lyons).
Living room with round windows and a chandelier.
A wine estate once owned by the founders of Papa Murphy’s Take N’ Bake Pizza is for sale (Peter Lyons).
Bedroom with beamed ceiling.
A wine estate once owned by the founders of Papa Murphy’s Take N’ Bake Pizza is for sale (Peter Lyons).

The Mediterranean-style home consists of a four-bedroom main residence and a one-bedroom casita. The property evokes classic European charm with materials imported from France and Italy, including hand-painted frescoes and limestone floors from a French monastery. There is also a chef’s kitchen, sauna, wine cellar and theater room.

Chef's kitchen with 6-seater island.
A wine estate once owned by the founders of Papa Murphy’s Take N’ Bake Pizza is for sale (Peter Lyons).
Wine cellar with table.
A wine estate once owned by the founders of Papa Murphy’s Take N’ Bake Pizza is for sale (Peter Lyons).

Set in 35 hectares of grounds, the property features abundant outdoor amenities including a large courtyard, pétanque court, koi pond and olive grove.

Koi pond and deck.
A wine estate once owned by the founders of Papa Murphy’s Take N’ Bake Pizza is for sale (Peter Lyons).
Jeu de boules court.
A wine estate once owned by the founders of Papa Murphy’s Take N’ Bake Pizza is for sale (Peter Lyons).

Nicole Marzo of Compass and Abe Matar of Avenue 8 hold the list.Estate at night.

A wine estate once owned by the founders of Papa Murphy’s Take N’ Bake Pizza is for sale (Peter Lyons). Papa Murphy’s began in 1995 as a merger between Papa Aldo’s Pizza of Hillsboro, Oregon and Murphy’s Pizza of Petaluma. In 2010, the chain was sold to Lee Equity Partners in New York.

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