$100 million Hillsborough Estate is one of the most expensive homes in California
The upscale real estate market in America has been setting new records every time there is a large parcel of land in America’s most expensive zip codes, including premium addresses in New York and luxury estates for sale in California’s upscale communities including Rolling Hills, Woodside and Hillsborough, CA, where the median home price is $4,127,250. Hillsborough, San Mateo County is also in proximity to some of the most expensive properties in San Francisco and the Silicon Valley. We have earlier told you about the historic Tobin Clark Estate in Hillsborough, California listed for auction at $29 million and the Tudor Estate in Hillsborough, California, which boasts one of the longest residential water slide, which is185 foot long. Another Hillsborough home that ranks among the most expensive piece of land in California has been listed on the market for $100 million. Truly reflecting the scale, proportion of country estates, the estate sits on approximately 47-acres in the sought-after community of Hillsborough, California.
Close to both San Francisco and the business and technology hub of Silicon Valley, one family have owned this Mediterranean-styled home for 150 years. Offering 16,000 sqft. of living area decorated by celebrated interior designer Anthony Hail, the residence encompasses seven bedrooms, 8.5 bathrooms, a ballroom, a flower-arranging room, library, a swimming pool and pavilion and six staff rooms designed by landscape architect Thomas Church. The hilltop estate offers breathtaking views of views of San Francisco and is also surrounded by dozens of undeveloped acres surrounding the mansion, providing ultimate privacy.
Seller: The seller, Christian de Guigne IV, who inherited the house from his grandparents, is retaining a life estate in the property, which entitles him to have an exclusive access to the house during his lifetime.
Neighborhood: The upscale Hillsborough community is in vicinity to the other most expensive homes in Silicon Valley and has been a home to the wealthy including Steve Jobs Jackling house located in Woodside, California, Larry Ellison’s Japanese style Woodside estate, Shirley Temple’s Woodside home, Yuri Milner‘s French chateau styled Silicon Valley mansion for $100 million, Apple’s design genius Sir Jonathan Paul ‘Jony’ Ive $17 million home in San Francisco’s Billionaire Row, besides the recent record-breaking $117.5M sale in nearby Woodside, Calif., previously owned by Tully Friedman, founder of San Francisco-based investment firm, Friedman Fleischer and Lowe LLC, making it the second most expensive home in America.
Other California’s most expensive homes for sale includes San Francisco’s Billionaire’s Row home on the market for an asking price of $38,500,000 and Gucci’s Heiress California estate listed at $9 Million.