Living like a billionaire: The Bay Area’s most expensive real estate listing this week


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    63 Los Trancos RD. Portola Valley, CA

    PRICE: $26,000,000

    DESCRIPTION: This Italian-inspired vineyard estate of extraordinary caliber includes the 5-bedroom main house, attached staff/property management quarters w/full bath kitchen, a 2-bed/2ba guest house above the wine storage building. Living room/library w/drop-down movie screen, kitchen/family room w/adjacent TV room, 2nd family room/TV room in the bedroom wing, a fitness center, yoga retreat, temperature controlled wine cellar. The property consists of 2 parcels 63 65 Los Trancos. The entire ~14 acres has deer-proofed fencing offers amazing views of Windy Hill. The magnificent grounds feature a 60′ saltwater reverse osmosis pool separate spa, clay tennis court, herb garden, parterre vegetable/cutting garden, orchard, ~1.5 acres of Pinot Noir vines, over 100 olive trees, several entertaining terraces, one w/built-in Lynx BBQ grill. Home is solar powered has radiant heat. Backup generator, well for irrigation. Close to Stanford University, Sand Hill Road 2-international airports

    SIZE: 15480 square feet

    YEAR: 2000

    BEDROOMS: 5

    MLS ID: ml81767613

    AGENT: Mary Brent Gullixson

    BROKERAGE: Compass

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    63 Los Trancos RD. Portola Valley, CA

    PRICE: $26,000,000

    DESCRIPTION: This Italian-inspired vineyard estate of extraordinary caliber includes the 5-bedroom main house, attached staff/property management

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63 Los Trancos RD. Portola Valley, CA

PRICE: $26,000,000

DESCRIPTION: This Italian-inspired vineyard estate of extraordinary caliber includes the 5-bedroom main house, attached staff/property management quarters w/full bath kitchen, a 2-bed/2ba guest house above the wine storage building. Living room/library w/drop-down movie screen, kitchen/family room w/adjacent TV room, 2nd family room/TV room in the bedroom wing, a fitness center, yoga retreat, temperature controlled wine cellar. The property consists of 2 parcels 63 65 Los Trancos. The entire ~14 acres has deer-proofed fencing offers amazing views of Windy Hill. The magnificent grounds feature a 60′ saltwater reverse osmosis pool separate spa, clay tennis court, herb garden, parterre vegetable/cutting garden, orchard, ~1.5 acres of Pinot Noir vines, over 100 olive trees, several entertaining terraces, one w/built-in Lynx BBQ grill. Home is solar powered has radiant heat. Backup generator, well for irrigation. Close to Stanford University, Sand Hill Road 2-international airports

SIZE: 15480 square feet

YEAR: 2000

BEDROOMS: 5

MLS ID: ml81767613

AGENT: Mary Brent Gullixson

BROKERAGE: Compass

less

63 Los Trancos RD. Portola Valley, CA

PRICE: $26,000,000

DESCRIPTION: This Italian-inspired vineyard estate of extraordinary caliber includes the 5-bedroom main house, attached staff/property management

… more



San Francisco Bay Area real estate is among the most expensive in America, and the city itself is among most expensive places to live on Earth.  So, in an already expensive city, what do you really get for $10 million and up?  We searched the latest listings to find the most costly homes in San Francisco.

Browse the gallery above to see what the wealthy — or maybe you, if you belong to the three comma club — can buy this week.

Check back next week for an updated look at new listings as they come out.

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To read about affordable or so-called “affordable” homes instead,  we looked at what is available in SF for under $1 million. Here’s what’s you can get this week. For more affordable options, check out the tiny homes, condos and cottages in the Bay Area. This article features the smallest home on the market this week based on square footage.


This article is produced by Hearst Bay Area Wire Services.






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Article source: https://www.sfgate.com/test-real-estate/article/bay-real-estate-most-expensive-mansions-luxury-14948681.php

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