195 Mountain Home Road

Premier Central Woodside Address

Geoffrey Represented the Buyers of the Prestigious Central Woodside property, competing against multiple offers.

Located in Woodside — Among Other Significant Estates

Style: Mid Century Brilliance

Legendary Mountain Home Road...rarely does a location represent a lifestyle and a world-class real estate market so succinctly...Here on Mountain Home Road, understated prestige echoes early Woodside's rural history, while quietly harboring many of Northern California's finest estates. Behind gates you may glimpse the architectural tour de forces crafted for Silicon Valley's elite. Yet amidst this luxury, the pace of life can still be heard in the clip-clop of passing horses, and neighborly chats around the deli counter at nearby Robert's Market.

Born of the 1930s-1940s architectural elan that heralded Mid Century Modern a few years later, the design of 195 Mountain Home was surely ahead of its time. Innovative architects such as Gardner Dailey and William Wurster worked on the vanguard of indoor/outdoor living, open floorplans, and a commune with surrounding nature. This home, custom designed in 1941 in the style of Wurster, remained in one family for 40 years. Lofty ceilings and wide-open spaces celebrate the outdoor environs that include a bubbling creek, centurion trees, and the unmistakable serenity that is Woodside.

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Status: Sold
4 Bed  |  3 Baths
Sold: $6,502,000
List: $5,495,000
2,840 Sq. Ft.
Lot Size: 87,120
Sold on 05/05/2015
Represented: buyer

Premier Central Woodside Address

Geoffrey Represented the Buyers of the Prestigious Central Woodside property, competing against multiple offers.

Located in Woodside — Among Other Significant Estates

Style: Mid Century Brilliance

Legendary Mountain Home Road...rarely does a location represent a lifestyle and a world-class real estate market so succinctly...Here on Mountain Home Road, understated prestige echoes early Woodside's rural history, while quietly harboring many of Northern California's finest estates. Behind gates you may glimpse the architectural tour de forces crafted for Silicon Valley's elite. Yet amidst this luxury, the pace of life can still be heard in the clip-clop of passing horses, and neighborly chats around the deli counter at nearby Robert's Market.

Born of the 1930s-1940s architectural elan that heralded Mid Century Modern a few years later, the design of 195 Mountain Home was surely ahead of its time. Innovative architects such as Gardner Dailey and William Wurster worked on the vanguard of indoor/outdoor living, open floorplans, and a commune with surrounding nature. This home, custom designed in 1941 in the style of Wurster, remained in one family for 40 years. Lofty ceilings and wide-open spaces celebrate the outdoor environs that include a bubbling creek, centurion trees, and the unmistakable serenity that is Woodside.

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