The $110 million Italian-style village is the most expensive listing in the SF Bay Area

Call the Silicon Valley billionaires! A recently completed complex in the posh town of Woodside, California has landed on the market for $110 million. With this award, it holds the current title of the most expensive list in the San Francisco Bay Area.

The massive offering is located in an area filled with tech titans and sits across from a mansion owned by Oracle co-founder, larry ellison.

Exclusive enclave

Nestled in the hills about 30 miles south of San Francisco, the city has one of the highest concentrations of wealth in the United States. The upscale neighborhood was also home to the finance guru Charles Schwab and the actress Michelle Pfeiffer.

It is close to Stanford University, venture capital centers, private jet facilities, as well as two international airports.

Unsurprisingly, the former holder of the Bay Area’s most expensive home title belonged to another Woodside mansion. This legacy property, known as Green Gables, was offered last year for $135 million. It has since been taken off the market.

As for the current listing, the plot sold in 2018 for $6.78 million to a luxury developer. Since then, a brand new mansion built to spec and packed with benefits has been erected on the 3.1 acre spread.

“I think it will sell. It’s such a unique product,” says the agent representing the sale, Scott Dancer with Compass.

Knowing that building a luxury home in Woodside can take years, including design, obtaining permits, and building itself, this home allows those who can afford to buy new without the headaches of any paperwork.

“What we’re selling solves a problem for the privileged few who can afford it,” he says.

Italian village

The 20,000 square foot estate is centered on a 14,000 square foot split-level main house with five bedrooms, five full bathrooms, and three half bathrooms.


Living Room (Woodside, CA)

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Main kitchen

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The dining room

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Home theater

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Swimming pool and spa

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Described in the listing details as an Italian style villa complex, it has a cluster of other buildings on the property. For the business person there is a separate office and conference center with a bathroom.

For overnight guests there is a two bedroom guest house. If you fancy some pampering, there’s also a spa with a hair salon and massage room.

The gated grounds also feature a pool and spa, outdoor kitchen, dining pavilion, fire pit, fountains, olive trees and hundreds of roses.

Amenities in the 14,000 square foot main residence are equally impressive, incorporating large entertainment areas, limestone and oak floors, marble finishes, retractable glass doors, screening room, wine cellar of 6,000 bottles, a golf simulator and a “couture” wardrobe space in the master suite on the ground floor.

Other notable details of the High Residence include vaulted and wood-beamed ceilings, marble gas fireplaces, casement windows, and elaborate chandeliers.

Dancer notes that the company that developed the property “understands the desires” of the billionaire clients it has worked with on past projects.

He adds, “It helped them create what has to be one of the finest homes in the United States.”

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