Nearly Completed Custom Luxury Home

Add your finishing touches to this spectacular, 10,556-square-foot modern home on 6.9 acres in Portola Valley designed by Swatt | Miers Architects.

6 Beds | 7 Full Baths | 2 Half Baths | ±10,556 SQUARE FEET
Property: ±6.9 acres
Offered at: $28,750,000


Total Square Footage: ±10,556 sqft
Main Level: ±4,029 sqft | Upper Level: ±2,786 sqft | Lower Level: ±2,531 sqft
Pool House: ±629 sqft | Garage: ±581 sqft

Gated 6.9-acre semi-rural hillside property with large heritage oak trees that offers stunning views of the hills of the southern portion of Silicon Valley.

Materials & Layout:
Glass, concrete, wood, and steel, create a striking and luxurious home with three levels.

Outdoor Amenities:
Mature oak and maple trees, grasses, flowers and shrubs with a serene koi pond at the front entrance. Multiple patios and terraces include resort-like amenities such as the outdoor kitchen, vanishing-edge swimming pool and spa, and firepits.

Firethorn Way, Portola Valley. Two miles from Portola Valley town center. 7 miles from downtown Palo Alto. 30 miles from San Jose. 37 miles south of San Francisco.

Ormondale Elementary, Corte Madera, Woodside High (buyer to verify eligibility)

Stucco and cedar siding exterior

Elevator servicing all three floors

Blomberg aluminum windows

La Cantina doors

Radiant heat

Forced air heating and cooling

Lutron smart lighting system

Whole-house ventilation system

Living room with double-height ceilings and gas fireplace

Home office on ground floor

Ground floor laundry room with built-in custom cabinetry and storage

Master suite with private wrap-around balcony and walk-in-closet with built-in center island and closet storage system

Lower level au pair suite with private entrance

Home theatre and game room with bar on lower level

Gym in pool house with full bathroom with wet/dry sauna

Stone focal wall in front

Circular paver motor court 

Vanishing edge swimming pool

Detached garage with rooftop sundeck

4-car garage

Additional parking near the home for 12-15 vehicles, additional parking down near gate for approximately 4 additional vehicles

Electric gate off Los Trancos Road

Floor Plans

Upper Level



Site Plan

The Location

One of the most beautiful places in San Mateo County with surrounding wilderness preserves, the area offers nearly 10 miles of riding, hiking and jogging trails. This home is situated in a peaceful and quiet location that offers a peaceful escape but provides convenient access to surrounding cities. Shopping is also available at nearby Nathhorst Triangle, Village Square, and Ladera Country Shopper.

Portola Valley, CA

Portola Valley offers a town experience unique in Silicon Valley. Public libraries, parks and recreational trails are numerous and well-supported. The outdoors plays a central role and residents fiercely protect their open space. The Portola Valley Town Center integrates seamlessly into its scenic surroundings and has won numerous awards for design and sustainability.

The town trail system lies at the very heart of the community, providing hiking, biking and equestrian opportunities for the town’s citizens, but also serving as an important walking tie to neighbors, shopping and city schools. The Windy Hill Open Space Preserve offers additional backcountry access and incredible scenery. Horses and equestrian activity are present throughout town with multiple boarding and riding clubs, as well as horse trails that traverse the community and extend into portions of the Mid-Peninsula Open Space District.

Portola Valley is a great combination of seclusion, outdoor living, natural environment and convenience. It’s a place that ought to be hundreds of miles away but lies only a couple of minutes from everything on the Peninsula. Its rural, outdoor lifestyle offers sanctuary from the hustle and bustle of Silicon Valley.

Silicon Valley

Silicon Valley is a leading hub for high-tech innovation and development. Historically, it produced technological wonders by companies that defined the high technology industry, beginning with semiconductor businesses and research groups. These companies, anchored by Stanford University, formed an ecosystem in which later innovators could thrive: Hewlett-Packard, Apple, Yahoo, Google, Facebook, and many more. Thousands of start-up companies currently call Silicon Valley home.

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