Having hit the market priced at $14.995 million this past April, the asking price for the pedigreed postmodern Woodside home at 1250 Canada Road, which is hidden behind the five-acre estate’s equestrian center buildings, has just been reduced by 10 percent to $13.5 million.

The four-bedroom home was built for David Kelley, the founder of IDEO and Stanford Design School, and designed by the late Italian architect, Ettore Sottsass, founder of Sottsass Associati and the Memphis group.

And if you don’t have horses, there are alternative uses for the well-kept barns.

4 thoughts on “10 Percent Price Cut for Pedigreed Postmodern Estate”
  1. “Pedigreed” is important to some people, I guess. 🙂

    Still, I like the color and the forms and the use of materials in this houses. Blows away another blowsy, beige poorly detailed “Mediterranean” McMansion.

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