Silicon Valley’s Most and Least Expensive Homes Sold Last Week

 

Happy Tuesday!! We’re enjoying the cold breeze and getting excited that Halloween is right around the corner. We had another great week of sales, including a jaw-dropping Atherton home and a charming three-bedroom located in Redwood City. Here are last week’s most and least expensive homes sold in Silicon Valley.

Most Expensive

This beautiful home is perfectly situated on Atherton Avenue and Selby Lane. This glamorous two-story home offers four bedrooms, four and ½ bathrooms including private main-level guest quarters, grand formal rooms, a library, an elevator, and a caretaker's apartment above the garage with outside entrance. The grounds feature a pool and pool house with half bath and a large brick entertaining terrace. Excellent Las Lomitas public schools and acclaimed private schools are situated nearby. It’s close to Sand Hill Road venture capital centers, Stanford University, and Highway 280 or 101 to Silicon Valley or San Francisco tech centers.


1202 Atherton Avenue, Atherton

5,650 SqFt

87,142 SqFt Lot

4 bd 5 ba

List Price: $17,800,000 Sale Price:$15,500,000

Listed by: Mary & Brent Gullixson, Compass

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Least Expensive

This charming Redwood City home comes with three bedrooms and one bath. The home offers a new roof, freshly repainted exterior and hardwood flooring throughout. It’s in the perfect location with easy access to Highway 101, high-tech companies and shopping.

30 Burbank Avenue, Redwood City

1,100 SqFt

5,000 SqFt Lot

3 bd 1 ba

List Price: $1,099,999 Sale Price: $1,090,000

Listed by: Stanley Lo, Green Banker Realty

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*All data referenced above is provided by MLS listings.   

 

Silicon Valley’s Most and Least Expensive Homes Sold Last Week

 

Happy Monday! Cooler weather is on the way. We hope you enjoyed your weekend. We had another great week of sales, including a fantastic home in Old Palo Alto and a charming two-bedroom located in Sunnyvale. Here are last week’s most and least expensive homes sold in Silicon Valley.

Most Expensive

Look at this recently renovated custom-built architecture in Old Palo Alto. It was built in 2001. This remarkable 5 bedroom, 5.5 bath home of 6,044 square feet presents custom construction at its finest across a 12,000 square foot lot. Also included are modern smart home conveniences, complete with high-end appliances, three-bedroom suites, a dedicated home office, sound-proofed professional home theater, and a lower level billiards room. Outdoor offers a koi pond and fire pit. You'll be mere minutes away from exploring Gamble Garden, Rinconada Park, fine dining along California Avenue, downtown University Avenue, Stanford University, and world-class Palo Alto schools.


1429 Emerson Street, Palo Alto

4,250 SqFt

10,000 SqFt Lot 

5 bd 4 ba

List Price: $6,998,000 Sale Price:$6,500,000

Listed by: Samia Cullen, Compass

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Least Expensive

Take a look at this charming home in the Sunnyvale Washington neighborhood. This property is full of potential for a new buyer. Included are two bedrooms and one bathroom on a generous lot. It is perfectly located close to shopping centers, restaurants, and downtown Sunnyvale.

291 Charles Street, Sunnyvale

827 SqFt

5,860 SqFt Lot

2 bd 1 ba

List Price: $1,100,000 Sale Price: $1,050,000

Listed by: Stephanie Charles, Keller Williams Realty

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Silicon Valley’s Most and Least Expensive Homes Sold Last Week

 

Fall is right around the corner! We hope you enjoyed your weekend. We had another great week of sales, including a beautiful custom build in Palo Alto and a stunning two-bedroom located in Redwood City. Here are last week’s most and least expensive homes sold in Silicon Valley.

Most Expensive

Look at this recently renovated custom-built architecture in Old Palo Alto. It was built in 2001. This remarkable 5 bedroom, 5.5 bath home of 6,044 square feet presents custom construction at its finest across a 12,000 square foot lot. Also included are modern smart home conveniences, complete with high-end appliances, three-bedroom suites, a dedicated home office, sound-proofed professional home theater, and a lower level billiards room. Outdoor offers a koi pond and fire pit. You'll be mere minutes away from exploring Gamble Garden, Rinconada Park, fine dining along California Avenue, downtown University Avenue, Stanford University, and world-class Palo Alto schools.


123 Tennyson Ave, Palo Alto

6,044 SqFt

12,000 SqFt Lot 

5 bd 5 ba

List Price: $7,020,000 Sale Price:$8,788,000

Listed by: DeLeon Team, DeLeon Realty

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Least Expensive

Check out this charming 2/1 located in Redwood City. It’s the perfect starter home, offering 760 sqft of living space on a 2,500 sqft lot. Perfectly situated next to 101, 84, Facebook, downtown, shopping, dining, and more!

657 Stanford Avenue, Redwood City

760 SqFt

2,500 SqFt Lot

2 bd 1 ba

List Price: $665,000 Sale Price: $640,000

Listed by: Paul Anselmo, Intero

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*All data referenced above is provided by MLS listings.  

 

 

 

 

Silicon Valley’s Most and Least Expensive Homes Sold Last Week

 

Happy Tuesday and welcome to September! We hope you enjoyed your Labor Day Weekend. We had another great week of sales, including a gorgeous estate in Atherton and a stunning two-bedroom located in Redwood City. Here are last week’s most and least expensive homes sold in Silicon Valley.

Most Expensive

Contemporary perfection on 1.71 acres with sleek white walls and disappearing glass walls for indoor/outdoor living. 3-levels with elevator, heated European white oak or limestone floors, glasswork by a Napa Valley artisan, and rare labradorite countertops. The main home has 5 bedrooms, 2 offices, 8 full baths & 2 half baths with 2-bedroom guest house. Also included is a family room, recreation room, fitness center, bedroom with a 2-story climbing wall, room wired for home theatre and project room, Solar-powered electricity, EV car charging, home automation for window blinds, lighting, sound, security, and tv. 50-foot pool, spa, and an 8-car parking garage. It’s situated in a Premier Silicon Valley location in the #1 Zip Code in the United States midway between San Francisco and San Jose.


69 Tuscaloosa Ave, Atherton

11,155 SqFt

74,676 SqFt Lot 

5 bd 8 ba

List Price: $26,000,000 Sale Price:$20,500,000

Listed by: Mary & Brent Gullixson, Compass

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Least Expensive

Check out this charming 2/1 located in Redwood City. Enjoy entertaining and dining al fresco in the covered patio. Not to be missed are the double-paned windows to keep the home quiet and promote temperature control plus central air conditioning to promote rapid cooling. Additional features include forced air heater, copper piping and less than year old water heater. Single car garage with automatic front garage door opener in addition to a manual back roll-up garage door perfect for direct access to the backyard.

34 Manzanita Street, Redwood City

800 SqFt

4,950 SqFt Lot

2 bd 1 ba

List Price: $875,000 Sale Price: $830,000

Listed by: Mary Molinari, Coldwell Banker

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Silicon Valley’s Most and Least Expensive Homes Sold Last Week

Happy Monday!! Can you believe that August is just around the corner? We had another great week of sales, including a beautiful light-filled brand new home in prestigious Old Palo Alto and a charming 2/1, located in Redwood City. Here are last week’s most and least expensive homes sold in Silicon Valley.

Most Expensive

Take a look at this brand new construction conveniently located in one of Palo Alto's most prestigious & elite neighborhoods- Old Palo Alto. It includes a family room with a unique look, contemporary fireplace, folding glass door that opens to a large sheltered patio with a built-in BBQ. It’s perfect for entertaining, play, and relaxation. To top it off there is also a lower level with a recreation room, home theater, wet bar, and 800+bottle wine cellar. 

543 Seale Avenue, Palo Alto 

5,673 SqFt 

10,000 SqFt Lot 

7 bd 6 ba

List Price: $11,888,000 Sale Price:$11,080,000

Listed by: Judy Shen, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage

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Least Expensive

This charming starter home includes 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, a 1 car garage and new granite countertops in the kitchen. It’s in a great location- close to public transportation, shopping plazas, and has easy access to freeways. 


372 Beresford Avenue, Redwood City 

720 SqFt

2,550 SqFt Lot

2 bd 1 ba

List Price: $940,950 Sale Price: $955,000

Listed by: Sandy Paoli, Today Sothebys International Realty

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The numbers are in! Our Q1 stats show that the Silicon Valley luxury real estate market continues to perform exceptionally well. In the first quarter of 2019, we saw 2,532 single-family homes sell in our local real estate market. Of those properties, there were a handful of truly special homes located in Atherton and Portola Valley that are featured on today’s list. For those of you that follow my weekly High-Low series, these homes will look familiar. Now, let's take a peek inside some of Silicon Valley’s most exquisite homes!

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