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$110M listing poised to shatter Silicon Valley price records

Christopher Cameron | NYPOST.COM

View of a home and swimming pool
Blue chip: This home is asking $110 million in Silicon Valley.

This ain’t the Metaverse. A heavyweight of a home in California’s Silicon Valley has hit the market with a tech mogul-sized ask of $110 million.

When and if it sells, it will likely obliterate the tech hub’s previous sales record of just $43.5 million, according to That record was set by a mansion in the Pacific Heights neighborhood last year. The median home-sale price in the San Francisco Bay area is $1.3 million.

The newly built 14,000-square-foot spread is located at 890 Mountain Home Road in Woodside and is done up like an Italian villa.

It sits on more than 3 acres and boasts a 65-foot pool, an “entertainment zone” with an outdoor kitchen and fire pit, landscaped gardens that include fountains, a vineyard with more than 40 olive trees and a rose garden with more than 100 roses as well as a private hiking trail, according to the listing with Scott Dancer of Compass. Click here to view the listing via

Aerial view of the mansion, showing a wooded area surrounding the property
This is what $110 million looks like.
View of the gran entrance and arched doorway to the property
La Dolce Vita: The 14,000-square-foot spread is newly built and boast Italian flourishes.
View of the pool and out door living area
Outside there is a 65-foot pool and a number of outbuildings.
View of a large interior room with wood floors, vaulted ceilings and pillars
The home is currently a blank canvas for the right guy in a hoodie.
View of a room with vaulted wood ceilings and marble decor
But it does come tricked out with costly finishes like “rare” marbles.
A theater with reclining chairs and a large screen
It’s important to watch the big game on the big screen.
The front gates and driveway to the mansion
It’s rare to have a full 3 acres of land in this built-up area.
View of an outdoor living area with fireplace
Invite billionaire buddies over for fireside chats.

The property consists of a main house, an “executive” office and conference center, a fitness center with a hair salon and a two-bedroom guesthouse.

Other trappings of the billionaire lifestyle include: retractable glass walls, French oak floors, hand plastering, “rare” Italian marbles, crystal chandeliers, marble fireplaces, Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances and a separate chef’s kitchen.

But wait, there’s more! The master suite has a barrel-vaulted foyer and a cathedral-beamed ceiling. No need to schlep to Italy! Chilly? The two-sided Davinci fireplace is split between the bed and bath, which also has heated limestone floors and a steamy marble bath for two.

But it wouldn’t be Sillicon Valley without gratuitous technology. That’s why the entire house is wired with state-of-the-art automated systems that perform various, unspecified tasks.

Never-leave-your-home amenities include an Atmos Dolby screening room, a golf simulator, indoor-and-outdoor lounges, and an epic wine salon for 6,000 bottles.