One-Of-A-Kind Silicon Valley Home Fetches 44 Percent of Original AskJune 17, 2016
On the market for $20 million in 2014 and formally listed for $17.5 million early last year, the one-of-a-kind Woodside home at 6 Quail Meadows Drive has just sold for $8.775 million.
Built in 1989, the 8,660-square-foot home, with teak ceilings that reach 35-feet in height, sits on three and a third landscaped acres, with a pool, patio, solar array, and paths around the gardens and grounds.
And having been re-listed anew for $13.995 million in September and then reduced to $10 million in January, the home officially sold for 12 percent under asking according to all industry reports and stats.
Comments from Plugged-In Readers
I hope not. Though dated, it does seem to be a quality construction.
Who spends $8 million to tear something down? Wait, you know what, don’t answer that. I don’t want to know.
For some reason, I imagine Charles Foster Kane in this house, playing pool by himself night after night.
I could get used to something like that here.
sitting at that long bar by himself, finishing his fifth drink, struggling to get up then stumbling around behind the bar to pour himself his sixth
Note to self: don’t make your custom designed house super taste specific, unless you plan to keep it a really, really long time.
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