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Renovated midcentury-modern Los Altos Hills home asks $19.4 million

It comes with a pool, an organic garden, and a guesthouse

Photos via Today Sotheby’s International Realty

Down in the tony town of Los Altos Hills, one might mistake this property for a true midcentury-modern estate. Close. Originally built in 1955, this home was expanded and renovated by architect Scott Johnson in 2000. The results are a larger and more stylish new abode.

Featuring four beds, four baths, and 5,440 square feet, 12950 Robleda Road comes with floor-to-ceiling windows, soaring ceilings, skylight towers, concrete floors, outdoor fireplace, detached four-car garage, pool, guest house, and a one-acre fenced garden and orchard designed by landscape architect, Lisa Moulton.

And the yellow decor, inside and out, compliment the home’s midcentury-modern former spirit beautifully.

Asking is $19,400,000.

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