Luxurious San Fran Glass Home On The Market For $33 Million
If you thought the pandemic would cause property prices to fall, you’re sadly mistaken. Homes across the country are going under the hammer for ridiculous amounts, as is the case with this sprawling 60s-esque mansion just outside of San Francisco.
Listed by auction giants Sotheby’s, this modern home is priced at a whopping $33 million. Yeah, you read that correct, $33 million. Designed by acclaimed architecture firm Swatt/Miers Architects, this rural retreat is the epitome of style and functionality.
Built on 3.7 acres in Portola Valley, recognised as the wealthiest town in America, this L-shaped wonder was constructed using a combination of concrete, glass, and wood. Covering a massive 7,965 square feet, this contemporary mansion comes with six bedrooms, six bathrooms, a spacious living area, and a two-car garage to park your Porsche or Lamborghini. There’s also an upper deck area that’s great for entertaining and an adjacent guest house for those who overstay their welcome.
The striking three-story property’s most significant feature is the large glass walls that provide breathtaking views of San Francisco Bay and the surrounding area. Those concerned with privacy need not worry, with the mountain landscape hiding the home from passerby’s.
The interior includes wooden floorboards, a tiled living area, wood furnishings, modern appliances, and functional bathrooms. The decor is elegant throughout, with the bedrooms slightly off the wall – mixing vintage style bedding with modern artwork.
The outside areas are large and numerous. There are curated gardens, sculptures, sun shades, and most impressively, a 75-foot infinity pool. Isolated from prying neighbours, this property offers a tranquil lifestyle just a stone’s throw from the bustling metropolis that is San Francisco.
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