Recently we looked at the 10 most expensive homes sold in Silicon Valley throughout 2014. This time, let’s check out the year’s top-priced sold homes in six individual communities.
The most expensive home sold in Hillsborough was also the highest-priced home sold anywhere in Silicon Valley in 2014. This home, on Verbalee Lane, fetched $22,800,000 after being on the market for less than a single day.
With 35,000 square feet, the home has 12 bedrooms and 15 baths and is 82 years old.
Palo Alto’s top-dollar home brought $19,880,000 and is located on Lowell Avenue. It was on the market for 46 days.
The home encompasses 12,346 square feet with seven bedrooms and seven baths. It is 98 years old.
Six of the 10 most expensive homes sold in Silicon Valley in 2014 were in Atherton. The highest-priced home in this town is on Polheums Avenue and sold for $18,900,000 just 12 days after being listed.
This home features seven bedrooms and seven baths within 10,206 square feet. The home is five years old.
Woodside’s most expensive property sale in 2014 was an Albion Avenue home that sold for $16,950,000. Its 238 days on the market was among the longest for any of the Valley’s top-priced sold homes this year.
Square footage in this home totals 9,571. It has six bedrooms and seven baths and is 34 years old.
Los Altos Hills
The home receiving the highest price paid in 2014 in Los Altos Hills is on Magdalena Road and brought its owners $10,180,000. It lasted 13 days on the market.
There are four bedrooms and six baths and a total of 6,753 square feet. The home is 23 years old.
This University Avenue home in Los Altos sold for $9,888,000. It was on the market for 12 days before being bought.
The home includes six bedrooms and six baths and a total of 7,546 square feet. It is eight years old.