On the market for $23.995 million in 2015, the list price for the Los Altos Hills home with nearly 17,000 square feet of living space at 11627 Dawson Drive was reduced to $18.95 million early last year.
Eight months later the list price for the 5.6-acre estate that’s also known as Rancho San Antonio was reduced to $15.995 million.
And yesterday, the list price for the property was reduced another 16 percent to $12.888 million, for a total reduction of 46 percent from original list.
In addition to the six-bedroom main home, which features virgin redwood ceiling beams, an over-sized kitchen (under which there’s a 5,000-bottle wine cellar), and a loggia that opens to the patio and pool, the property includes a two-bedroom guest house, an attached 3-car garage, a detached 4-car garage, and a 35-car garage which wasn’t an original feature of the property.
Purchased by the sellers for $6 million in 1997, at which point it was the largest home in Santa Clara County, the home was originally built for C. Earl Dawson in 1939 on what was then a 130-acre assemblage of land he purchased from the University of California and has since been parceled out.