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Where tech billionaires live: See brand new, $110 million home for sale in Bay Area

David Caraccio | SACBEE.COM

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The Woodside, California, estate covers 20,000 square feet in living space, and sits among technology billionaires in Silicon Valley. BY PATRICK GILLES

A newly built estate with 20,000 square feet of living space on three acres in Silicon Valley has hit the market for $110 million. Click here to view the listing via

Completed in 2022, the residence is located in an enclave of homes owned by billionaire technology titans and venture capitalists in Woodside, California, according to Compass real estate firm.

The property, 890 Mountain Home Road, stands across from the home of Oracle co-founder Larry Ellison, according to the Wall Street Journal. The two-level Italian villa-style main home has five bedrooms and eight bathrooms. A large courtyard features a 65-foot infinity pool and an outdoor cooking kitchen with a customized pizza oven. Other amenities include:

  • Detached fitness center, hair salon, massage room, and bath
  • Detached executive office and conference center with bath
  • Detached guest house with two-bedroom suites and full kitchen
  • 6,000 bottle wine salon, movie theater, golf simulator lounge
  • Hand-plastered walls and ceilings, French oak or limestone floors and solid white oak doors in every building.

“We’re not selling square footage or just a house with this property, but we’re selling a lifestyle,” listing agent Scott Dancer said in an email to The Sacramento Bee. “ The estate is a piece of art that’s totally unique in this world and unlike anything you’ve ever seen.”

Outside, there’s a terraced, amphitheater lawn, flowering gardens, Tuscan olive trees, hundreds of roses, a 50-foot reflecting pond with four fountains and on-water fire displays.

“A heightened sense of arrival begins at high-tech gates opening to a distant entrance where fire and fountains dance on water and endless views encompass the verdant grounds dotted with olive orchards and hundreds of roses,” according to the property’s marketing material.

The home is the most expensive listing on the market in Woodside, according to the Wall Street Journal. However, a nearby Woodside estate sold in 2012 for a record $117 million to SoftBank Chief Executive Officer Masayoshi Son.