30 Trail Lane Woodside, California 94062 United States

Woodside Italian Villa
30 Trail Lane Woodside, California 94062 United States

$23,000,000USD
 
  • $23,000,000
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  • 3
    Bedrooms
  • 5
    Full Baths
  • 7,960 Sq Ft.
    Interior
  • 7.69 Acres
    Exterior

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Woodside Italian Villa

About 30 Trail Lane, Woodside, California

Elegant and light-filled Tuscan estate expertly designed with unparalleled attention to detail. Stunning architectural elements imported from Italy add texture and a sense of history. An entry featuring a brick barrel ceiling, hand-carved doors, limestone terraces and a carved wood ceiling salvaged from a Venetian villa are just a few of the features that transport you to the Italian countryside. The loggia opens to the pool terrace with a view of the sun-drenched meadow. The structures were carefully positioned to take full advantage of the natural beauty of the setting. Dine al fresco in a redwood grove with an electric chandelier, walk along the meandering stream, play a spirited game of tennis or bocce ball and gather flowers, fruits and vegetables from the garden. A secluded oasis with easy access to all that living in the Bay Area has to offer. Estate includes a 1400 square foot guest house, a 775 square foot caretaker's cottage, a 3 car garage and gym.

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Golden Gate Sotheby's International Realty

728 Emerson Street
Palo Alto, California 94301 United States
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Property ID:NM95ZE

MLS ID:ML81828035

Amenities

  • walk-in closet(s)

About the area

Woodside residents value secluded outdoor living while enjoying a strong sense of community. Separated from the ocean by the Santa Cruz Mountains, towering redwoods dominate its western hills, with oaks and eucalyptus in the lower areas. Residents value its privacy, access to nature, large parcels of land and diverse architecture. Settlers arrived in the early nineteenth century to log the rich stands of redwoods. Later, prosperous San Francisco families built country estates in Woodside with regular stagecoach service to San Francisco established in 1852. Farms, small cattle ranches and vineyards replaced the sawmills and its hillsides and steep ravines are now filled with vines, tended by notable winemakers such as Thomas Fogarty. Rapid growth after World War II alarmed local residents, who feared that their rural haven would be transformed into an urban area. Residents incorporated in 1956 to retain local control and stop urbanization. This town of just over 5,000 enjoys a rural lifestyle with local trails, horse properties, open space preserves, an artists’ colony and summer jazz at the beautiful Filoli Garden. Popular cycling routes draw cyclists in droves on the weekends along Cañada Road, Old La Honda Road, Kings Mountain Road, Skyline Boulevard and Highway 84. Woodside is also home to several open space preserves, including Purisima Open Space, Huddart County Park, the Phleger Estate and Skeggs Point. The small business district includes Roberts Market, a hardware and horse tack store, and a few restaurants, including the iconic Buck’s of Woodside, where many venture capital deals have been inked. Woodside is home to a mix of Silicon Valley movers and shakers – CEOs and venture capitalists, as well as famed musicians and artists.