Charles Rovegno House
6711 Washington Street
The Italian stonemason Angelo Brovelli built this house for Charles Rovegno using locally quarried stone. Rovegno
lived here until his death in 1954. In 1974, the house was converted into a small hotel named the Burgundy
House which operated until 2007 when the building was sold.
The new owners gutted and seismically retrofitted the unreinforced stone walls for occupancy by
Ma(i)sonry Napa Valley, a retail art gallery and wine collective open to the public.