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Here's How to Score a Bay Area Billionaire as a Neighbor

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The folks over at SFLuxe have released their 3rd annual Bay Area Billionaires list for 2014, which lists every billionaire who calls the Bay Area home. Of the 67 billionaires, 25 live right here in San Francisco. As expected, quite a few are sprinkled throughout Silicon Valley, with a heavy presence in both Woodside and Palo Alto. Since new billionaires seem to sprout up pretty regularly around these parts, we thought it best to compile a map of the most expensive abodes currently on the market in Palo Alto and Woodside. As you probably know, one of the first items that need attending to a newly minted bazillionaire is purchasing a really big house in Silicon Valley. Of course, all these homes have bells and whistles like tennis courts and vineyards. We're doing you a favor, newly minted billionaires. Please invite us to your housewarming party.


· BAY AREA BILLIONAIRES, 2014 [SFLuxe]

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Flood Estate, Woodside

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Asking a mind-blowing $69.8M, the Flood Estate is one of the largest remaining historic estates on the Peninsula. This is the first time it has been on the market since it was constructed in 1941. The 9,000-square-foot Colonial Revival-style main house sits on an incredible 92 acres.

The Lowell House, Palo Alto

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Asking $23M, this 12,825-square-foot home sits on 37,500-square-feet, making it one of the largest parcels in the city.

600 Moore, Woodside

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Like all of these abodes, this one is also situated on a very private piece of land. The main residence boasts seven bedrooms and eight bathrooms, and clocks in at 6,790-square-feet. It's asking $13.888M.

English Tudor Estate, Woodside

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Asking $12.5M, this property sits on the top of a private 8 acre knoll. In addition to the main house, there is a 3-bedroom guesthouse, authentic log cabin, and a 1-bedroom apartment above the garage. There is, of course, a large pool and tennis court on the property.

Monterey colonial, Woodside

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This is a 7-bed, 8.5-bath home that's 12,921-square-feet. It sits on 21 acres. It's asking $12M. Highlights include a re-paved tennis court and equestrian facilities.

Vineyard Hill, Woodside

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Simply put, this is just a really nice 4-bed, 5.5-bath, 5,250-square-foot home that's asking $10.32M. It sits on just over three acres.

Remodeled Property, Palo Alto

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While built in 1916, this home recently underwent a pretty severe remodel to bring it up to today's modern standards. That means there's stainless steel appliances in the kitchen and a lot of marble in the bathrooms. It's asking $7.95M.

Two Bedroom Cottage, Woodside

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Anywhere else, this is just a perfectly fine cottage. But since it's in Woodside, it's a cottage that costs $7.5M. There are two bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms. The home is 1,980-square-feet. The sale comes with ASRB-approved plans for a "stunning contemporary Backen Gilliam-inspired main residence."

old world estate, Palo Alto

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This home is described as an "old world estate," but it was built in 1986. Anyway, the 5-bed, 4-bath, 5,538-square-foot home is nestled among an oak forest on over 1.6 acres. It's asking $6.998M.

Remodeled and Expanded Home, Woodside

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This 6-bed, 6.5-bath, 6,100-square-foot home is asking $6.8M. It was built in 1941, but has been expanded and remodeled. There's a vineyard.

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Flood Estate, Woodside

Asking a mind-blowing $69.8M, the Flood Estate is one of the largest remaining historic estates on the Peninsula. This is the first time it has been on the market since it was constructed in 1941. The 9,000-square-foot Colonial Revival-style main house sits on an incredible 92 acres.

The Lowell House, Palo Alto

Asking $23M, this 12,825-square-foot home sits on 37,500-square-feet, making it one of the largest parcels in the city.

600 Moore, Woodside

Like all of these abodes, this one is also situated on a very private piece of land. The main residence boasts seven bedrooms and eight bathrooms, and clocks in at 6,790-square-feet. It's asking $13.888M.

English Tudor Estate, Woodside

Asking $12.5M, this property sits on the top of a private 8 acre knoll. In addition to the main house, there is a 3-bedroom guesthouse, authentic log cabin, and a 1-bedroom apartment above the garage. There is, of course, a large pool and tennis court on the property.

Monterey colonial, Woodside

This is a 7-bed, 8.5-bath home that's 12,921-square-feet. It sits on 21 acres. It's asking $12M. Highlights include a re-paved tennis court and equestrian facilities.

Vineyard Hill, Woodside

Simply put, this is just a really nice 4-bed, 5.5-bath, 5,250-square-foot home that's asking $10.32M. It sits on just over three acres.

Remodeled Property, Palo Alto

While built in 1916, this home recently underwent a pretty severe remodel to bring it up to today's modern standards. That means there's stainless steel appliances in the kitchen and a lot of marble in the bathrooms. It's asking $7.95M.

Two Bedroom Cottage, Woodside

Anywhere else, this is just a perfectly fine cottage. But since it's in Woodside, it's a cottage that costs $7.5M. There are two bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms. The home is 1,980-square-feet. The sale comes with ASRB-approved plans for a "stunning contemporary Backen Gilliam-inspired main residence."

old world estate, Palo Alto

This home is described as an "old world estate," but it was built in 1986. Anyway, the 5-bed, 4-bath, 5,538-square-foot home is nestled among an oak forest on over 1.6 acres. It's asking $6.998M.

Remodeled and Expanded Home, Woodside

This 6-bed, 6.5-bath, 6,100-square-foot home is asking $6.8M. It was built in 1941, but has been expanded and remodeled. There's a vineyard.