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Silicon Valley Andrew Skurman home asks $13.4 million

Pavilion with stone chimney highlights tony Atherton property

Exterior of Atherton mansion, pained white. Photo by Michael Silver, courtesy of Alain Pinel

Andrew Skurman, the architectural mind behind such ornate gems as the Salon Doré at the Legion of Honor and San Francisco Symphony Hall’s Wattis Room, dreamed up several luxe homes in the Bay Area. This 1957 mansion in Atherton being a noted example.

Featuring five beds, five and a half baths, and 6,770 square feet, 74 Barry Lane comes with a pool, spa, three-hole chipping and putting green, sports court, and a statement pavilion with its own stone fireplace and chimney.

And if you need to feel even more exclusive than the rest of your one-percent neighbors, you’ll be living in West Atherton's exclusive Barry Lane cul-de-sac. Terribly posh, to say the least.

Asking comes to $13,495,000.