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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*All data referenced above is provided by MLS listings.