In today's Seattle housing market, getting one house for a million dollars is getting to be normal. Go out to Carnation and $998,000 gets you a 1920 house, a guest house, a detached garage, plus four other out buildings - one of which is an event space big enough to hold 80 people. Pleasant Hill Estate is up for sale, and has been for over a year (with a hiatus or two). The main house has 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths and 2,800 square feet; and carries the character of a hundred year-old farm house with modern upgrades. Some properties can proudly proclaim they have a wine cellar, but this property has its own vineyard and has operated a tasting room. Why go for a few hundred bottles of someone else's vintage when you can grow your own? With 3.33 acres there's also enough room for apple trees, parking for RVs, and more than enough space for a dog run. So, why has it been on and off and on the market for so long? Maybe it is too much of a good thing, or there are too many things to handle. Take a tour to find out.