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Elon Musk puts Hillsborough home on the market for $35 million

Tesla founder has had it with the Golden State.

This detailed Palo Alto Queen Anne Victorian asks $5.4M

Dig that veranda.

Peek inside this untouched midcentury designed by Frank Lloyd Wright’s protege

This Palo Alto home was built in 1966 by Eichler Homes.

Take a look at San Jose’s first pre-approved, Scandinavian-inspired ADU

Minimalist prefab home starts at $199,000.

Woodside A-frame home with bomb shelter asks $3.45M

Two holdovers from the 20th century demand a distinctly 21st century price.

Authentic Palo Alto farmhouse asks $6.27M

Located in the historic Professorville district.

This is the most expensive home for sale in Palo Alto right now

Former home of Facebook COO wants nearly $40 million.

Minimalist Stanley Saitowitz mansion in Atherton finds buyer

A concrete lover’s dream.

The Silicon Valley home asking almost $100 million

Comes with a pizza room, ice rink, and dance floor.

Adorable 897-square-foot Palo Alto home asks $2.5M

Down in housing-starved Silicon Valley, the offerings are as pricey and they are charming. Take, for example, this bungalow-style home in Palo Alto.

English Tudor fairytale in Hillsborough asks $5.5 million

Comes with creekside pool and detached wine room.

Charred San Jose teardown asks $799K

Where there’s smoke, there are multiple bids.

Dreamy Spanish-style in Hillsborough asks $4.6

Highlights include archways and a garden boasting such flora as old-vine olive trees, palms, agaves, and succulents.

This simple Sunnyvale home sold for $2 million in only two days

MLS claims that it also broke a square footage record in the city.

Vacant Palo Alto lot’s price rose $2.3M in 21 months

Once assessed at $78,000, value has now risen nearly 7,000 percent.

Snazzy new Atherton home asks $18.7 million

Three-story home comes with pool house and two—two!—wine rooms.

Bay Area’s most beautiful homes of 2017

From Queen Anne Victorians to midcentury-modern designs, these abodes made us gasp, swoon, and sigh.

Steel-frame Half Moon Bay house asks $2.55 million

Designers call it a "prototype" of future homes

Postmodern Woodside home with major pedigree drops $1.4 million

Ettore Sottsass-designed home comes with six pavilions, glass atrium, and equestrian center

Woodside compound, previously listed at $9.5 million, will go up for auction

A 9,800-square-foot home sitting on more than 23 acres of redwoods in Woodside will sell to the highest bidder at auction when it goes up for auction in December.

786-square-foot Cupertino teardown ‘shack’ asks $419K

Due to Cupertino’s unconscionable refusal to build housing stock home prices in the tech town have reached astronomical heights.

This is the most expensive home for sale in Santa Cruz

Known as one of California’s more oddball cities, Santa Cruz is also one of the state’s most expensive. And Opral Cliff Drive houses some of the town’s priciest properties.

Renovated Palo Alto Eichler asks $2.3 million

Although 612 Maybell sprouted up in 1952, this Palo Alto Eichler has strayed a long way from its roots.

Palo Alto Eichler with pool asks $2.4 million

Silicon Valley midcentury-modern will keep you cool during any heatwave.

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

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.

Grand Hillsborough home aims high, seeks $14.5 million

From the sweeping staircase to the formal dining room, this property hasn’t fallen prey to a contemporary antiseptic revamp. Not yet, anyway.

San Mateo Eichler in need of TLC asks $1.2 million

Vintage home appears rough around the edges, but still premium priced as it preserves some circa 1958 eccentricities.

Jazz-Age Los Altos mansion knocks $4.9 million off price

Former undertaker’s home turned nunnery now seeks $7.98 million, down from its Gilded Age-level eight-figure list price last year.

1915 Woodside home asks $48 million

Once belonging to socialite Adelaide Kirkbride, this expansive circa-1915 home is currently the most expensive property in the tony town of Woodside.

Tiny cabin amidst La Honda redwoods asks $475K

If nature calls, maybe it’s time to go answer. Those looking to give up city life in favor of their inner John Muir may find their chance to commune with the redwoods here.

825-square-foot Mountain View home asks $1.88 million

Bungalow-like home in Silicon Valley seeks a pretty penny.

Sunnyvale Eichler with double A-frame atrium asks $1.78 million

Those who live in glass houses turn out to have rather good taste.

Silicon Valley castle asks $8.98 million

Archaic abode from the 1980s offers a literal bulwark against boring design.

Dated 1941 Menlo Park home asks $5.79 million

Midcentury home "hasn’t been touched in a long time."

$20 million price cut for tech mogul’s Los Altos Hills home

Estate with eight acres and a 22,000-plus square foot house asked $86 million in 2015, replete with retractable roof and swim-up bar in the indoor pool. This week the asking dropped to $68 million.

Hillsborough home on former William H. Crocker estate asks $14 million

Crocker mansion is now on a separate property, but they left the gates behind, now opening to a mansion from the early 1970s that brings French rural style to the peninsula.

Robert Swatt-designed Los Altos Hills home now asking $18 million

A rare bump up from the original asking.

Midcentury-modern Atherton home asks $6.9 million

Renovated Silicon Valley home blends new with old.

Woodside “French farmhouse” asks whopping $24.5 million

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