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All Things Considered

Modern Luxury editors | July 16, 2018 | Story Real Estate Interiors

Situated among towering oak and redwood trees, a just-completed modern stunner in Palo Alto will no doubt provide its new owners the best of both worlds: proximity to a 20-acre open-space preserve, plus easy access to Stanford and the downtown areas of Palo Alto and Los Altos.

The residence, sited on a 1.27-acre lot in the Esther Clark Park neighborhood, is composed of a main house whose 9,702 square feet are spread across three levels; an 840-square-foot, two-bedroom guest house located above the four-car garage; and a two-story cabana that totals 1,876 square feet.

In addition to five bedrooms, the main house boasts a wine room, spa with sauna and steam room, home theater and elevator. Outdoors amenities include a covered and heated deck, infinity pool, kitchen, shower and fire pit. And with a driveway gate forged by Studio 64 Iron Works in Santa Cruz, the home instantly impresses, setting the tone for what lies ahead. Dulcy Freeman, Golden Gate Sotheby’s International Realty

Originally published in the July/August issue of Silicon Valley

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