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.