Let’s continue our trip up and down the housing food chain. Earlier this week we had a genuine crapbox. Yesterday we had a mid-priced property in a neighborhood without a name (and it really says something for the Silicon Valley housing market that a million dollar property in an unremarkable part of San Jose is considered mid-priced at a million dollars).
Today we’re back to another Burbed favorite: the non-moving high end. Thanks very much to Burbed reader Petsmart Groomer for this lovely landscape in Los Altos Hills.
12859 NORMANDY Ln
Los Altos Hills, CA 94022
SQ. FT.: 7,333
$/SQ. FT.: $845
HOA DUES: $300/month
LOT SIZE: 1.21 Acres
PROPERTY TYPE: Detached Single Family
YEAR BUILT: 2005
COMMUNITY: Los Altos Hills
COUNTY: Santa Clara
ON REDFIN: 90 days
This stunning custom home is a masterpiece of East Coast-influenced architecture. The main residence features, 5BR/5.5BA + wkout rm (could be 6th BR), private office, a Media rm, large recreation rm & sep wine cell. Darling 1BR/1BA gst hs. Gorgeous landscaped grounds w/ sparkling pool/spa, exceptional terrace w/ fireplace, outdoor kit. & fountain. Detached 3-car gar w/ large workrm. Close in location
Other than the mildly radioactive trees on the grounds, this housing tumor photographed nicely. There is the matter of the $300 homeowner’s association fees, not something one expects with a six million dollar property.
Wonder just what the Normandy Lane Association gives you for the privilege? Maybe they send someone over every month to spray paint the sod this exact shade of green not otherwise found even on a golf course.
And the reason PG sent it in? Location, location, location!