23 March 2021

11,000 Square Foot Contemporary New Build In Atherton, CA



YEAR BUILT: 2021

LOT SIZE: 1.00 acres

SQUARE FEET: 11,938

BEDROOMS: 8 (2 in GH)

BATHROOMS: 8 full, 1 half (2 in GH)

LIST PRICE: $19,995,000

LISTING AGENT(S): Zach Trailer of Compass Real Estate

A newly completed contemporary masterpiece sited on one acre of land in sought-after central Atherton. Solid cedar, natural stone, clear glass, and stainless steel are in abundance from the outside in. And no expense was spared in construction, as seen in the overwhelming attention to detail and quality high-end finishes.

The aesthetically pleasing residence features approximately 11,938 square feet of living space with six bedrooms and 7 full and one half bathrooms, two-story foyer with floating U-shaped staircase, an elevator, a formal living room with fireplace and wall of sliding glass doors, a formal dining room and butler's pantry, an eat-in gourmet kitchen replete with a state-of-the-art appliance suite that includes a wine cooler, a family room with fireplace and two walls of sliding glass doors, a home office, two-car garage, a walkout lower level that includes an expansive recreation/game room with kitchenette/wet bar, a frameless glass-enclosed walk-in wine vault, an additional wine vault, media room with seating for 12, an exercise room with sauna, and much more. The two bedroom/2 bathroom guest house has a kitchen and a dining/living area. Outdoor features include a gated entrance, a motor court, a rooftop terraces, open and covered terraces, a pavilion with BBQ kitchen, above and below grade patios, and a swimming pool with spa.


















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1 comment:

  1. A truly horrible elevation cobbled together from a discordant mishmash of disparate materials. Inside, a cheap-ass plexiglass staircase, just a soaker instead of a real whirlpool tub in the master bath, all on one lousy acre of land - this is supposed to be gracious living? I guess 20 million ain't what it used to be. Run for your life.

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