For Sale in Silicon Valley
Tesla founder has had it with the Golden State.
This Palo Alto home was built in 1966 by Eichler Homes.
Minimalist prefab home starts at $199,000.
Two holdovers from the 20th century demand a distinctly 21st century price.
Former home of Facebook COO wants nearly $40 million.
A concrete lover’s dream.
Comes with a pizza room, ice rink, and dance floor.
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.
Comes with creekside pool and detached wine room.
MLS claims that it also broke a square footage record in the city.
Once assessed at $78,000, value has now risen nearly 7,000 percent.
Designers call it a "prototype" of future homes
Ettore Sottsass-designed home comes with six pavilions, glass atrium, and equestrian center
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.
Due to Cupertino’s unconscionable refusal to build housing stock home prices in the tech town have reached astronomical heights.
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.
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.
From the sweeping staircase to the formal dining room, this property hasn’t fallen prey to a contemporary antiseptic revamp. Not yet, anyway.
Vintage home appears rough around the edges, but still premium priced as it preserves some circa 1958 eccentricities.
Former undertaker’s home turned nunnery now seeks $7.98 million, down from its Gilded Age-level eight-figure list price last year.
Bungalow-like home in Silicon Valley seeks a pretty penny.
Those who live in glass houses turn out to have rather good taste.
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.
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.
A rare bump up from the original asking.