Silicon Valley’s most expensive property, a 74-acre compound with 7 homes, just listed for $135 million. Take a look at the sprawling estate.

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Silicon Valley’s most expensive property, a 74-acre compound with 7 homes, just listed for $135 million. Take a look at the sprawling estate.

Green Gables, a sprawling 74-acre estate in Woodside, California, has hit the market for $135 million.

silicon valley estate green gables An aerial view of Green Gables’ main residence. Christie’s International Real Estate

It’s the most expensive and one of the largest private homes for sale in the Silicon Valley area, according to reports from Bloomberg and the San Francisco Chronicle.

In 1907, Mortimer Fleishhacker Sr., the founder of Anglo California Bank and the Great Western Power Co., started assembling adjacent swaths of land in Woodside with the goal of building a family compound, according to Christie’s International Listing, which holds the listing along with Compass.

The home has remained in the family ever since — until a few weeks ago when the Fleishhacker family put it on the market for $135 million.

Fleishhacker Sr.’s great-grandson, Marc Fleishhacker, who lives in Florence, Italy, told Bloomberg that he and the nine other cousins who own shares of the home decided to sell it as the family grew and the question of who would inherit the property became too complicated.

Zackary Wright of Christie’s International Real Estate and Brad Miller and Helen Miller of Compass are the listing agents.


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Silicon Valley’s most expensive property, a 74-acre compound with 7 homes, just listed for $135 million. Take a look at the sprawling estate.

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