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California Home in Bay Area Tech Enclave Lists for $110 Million

The Woodside compound sits across the street from Larry Ellison’s home

Katherine Clarke | WSJ.COM

Exterior view of a home at twilight, featuring a large swimming pool

A newly built compound in Woodside, Calif., is slated to come on the market for $110 million. That would make it the most expensive listing currently on the market in the affluent Bay Area enclave, according to listings website Zillow.

The new, Italian villa-style compound was just completed in the past few months and includes five separate buildings with roughly 20,000 square feet of living space, according to the listing agent, Scott Dancer of Compass. Mr. Dancer declined to comment on the identity of the seller, but property records and permits show the house was built by 890 MHR, LLC, a company tied to developer Rafi Bamdad. Mr. Bamdad declined to comment on the project.

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