A Silicon Valley home that just hit the market is the area’s highest-priced listing, asking a whopping $135 million.
Listed five days ago, the estate sits on a massive 74 acres of land and is made up of 32 bedrooms and 26 bathrooms.
The property, located in Woodside, is making a splash in the San Francisco Bay Area market, offering more than 23,900 square feet of living space.
Known as Green Gables, the opulent spread was constructed for a banker, Mortimer Fleishhacker, starting in 1911. The entire compound now consists of seven homes in total.
The sprawling property has been held by the same family for five generations.
“There may not be another estate of this size in the country [that] can offer its owner such an unusual combination of privacy, panoramic views … and multiple living options,” Brad Miller, one of the Compass co-listing agents, told Realtor in a statement.