There are many ways for a house to show Burbed win. One is for it to be completely overpriced, and the other is for it to be an utter crapbox. Which kind do you like better? Can’t decide? Today’s house is BOTH!
207 WESTRIDGE Dr
Portola Valley, CA 94028
2,770 Sq. Ft.
$1,082 / Sq. Ft.
Lot Size: 3.05 Acres
On Redfin: 5 days
Property Type: Detached Single Family
Community: Central Portola Valley
View: Green Belt, Mountains, Canyon
County: San Mateo
Over 3 acres with spectacular southern exposure, views toward Monte Bello Ridge. Watch the hawks soar! Architect designed with Frank Lloyd Wright’s "Falling Water" in mind, this mid-century contemporary is ready for extensive remodel or build new. Owned by one family since 1953. Wonderful privacy. Two guest cottages. Much deferred maintenance; 3-stall barn w/ hayloft in disrepair. Potential!
Designed with “Falling Water” in mind? We guess we could say our mid-century modern shack was designed with Monticello in mind… and yet it was a suburban tract house in fact. Only ours has fewer paper cranes.
This house also reminds us of the one yesterday: way more pictures outside than in, and no bedrooms snapped at all. Wonder why not? Maybe by deferred maintenance they really mean the owners haven’t gotten out of bed since 1953.