Three pools, 35 bedrooms, and spread across 74 acres – Take a look inside Silicon Valley’s most expensive home that is on sale for $135 million


Is buying a lavish home in Silicon Valley your dream? Well, you can now turn it into reality if you have $135 million to spare. An estate in the region that is touted to be the highest-priced listing is now up from sale and could well be yours!


Complete with 32 bedrooms and 26 bathrooms, the property spans 74 acres of land. It is located in Woodside and comes with more than 23,900 square feet of living space and consists of seven homes in total.

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It is christened ‘Green Gables’ and was built for a banker named Mortimer Fleishhacker in 1911. Being held in the same family for five generations, the compound features three swimming pools, a tennis court, an artist’s studio, and a barn, among many other assets.


The estate is close to the town’s shops, restaurants, and the school in Woodside, one of the wealthiest and most picturesque enclaves in the heart of Silicon Valley. Replete with nature, it features edible gardens and flower gardens along with an expansive, spring-fed reservoir and a lily pond, orchards, and olive groves.

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Commenting on it, Brad Miller, one of the Compass co-listing agents, said, “There may not be another estate of this size in the country which can offer its owner such an unusual combination of privacy, panoramic views of the Western Hills, and multiple living options.”


It is currently listed for sale with Zackary Wright of Christie’s International Real Estate and Brad and Helen Miller of Compass for $135 million.

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[Via: New York Post]

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