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New Atherton mansion asks $20 million

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Stunning 2016 construction goes subterranean

Designed and built by Pacific Peninsula, this tony home in the equally tony Atherton landed on the market recently. And from the bottom up, it’s all about sleek and contemporary.

Coming in at six beds, six and a half baths, and a whopping 11,317 square feet, this 2016 construction at 368 Selby Lane offers all of the amenities one would except from such a place: open floor plan family room/kitchen, glass-encased breakfast nook, a wine room the size of most Tenderloin studios, home theater, guest house, and more.

Also of note is its size. Which is pretty big, especially for the area.

"[I]t’s following in the trend of a lot of houses in that area, where a part of the square footage is built subterranean," says Cristin Zweig Culver of the Open House, "which I believes allows them to skirt the town building rules on square footage and also has lower tax implications."

Crafty!

Asking comes to $20,800,000.