Built in 2012, this grand home presents a notable first impression with its large 2.25-acre parcel, sweeping bay views, and impressive craftmanship throughout. The 3-level floor plan offers the luxury of entertaining and relaxation. Fine marble and hardwood floors extend throughout the main living areas, which include rooms for formal entertaining and dining, a sophisticated library, spacious family room, plus a tremendous chef’s kitchen with top of the line appliances and butler’s pantry. Media options are plentiful with integrated audio/video.  The home’s personal accommodations include 5 luxurious en suite bedrooms, two half baths, including with a private guest quarters, 3-car attached garage, as well as a 3-car detached garage.

 Equally as impressive are the grounds which offer indoor/outdoor entertainment with a large central courtyard equipped with a heated patio in a very private setting.  This Home is in the desirable mid-north Hillsborough with close proximity to top rated Hillsborough schools, close to downtown shopping and dining, as well as Highway 280 for commuting to San Francisco or Silicon Valley.



In Hillsborough, large estates are the rule rather than the exception. The town is one of the wealthiest in the country and placed No. 18 on Forbes' 2014 list of the wealthiest U.S. ZIP codes (94010). Town ordinances ensure its exclusivity by enforcing a minimum house size of 2,500 square feet and a minimum lot size of a half-acre. Hillsborough’s population is greater than 11,000. 
There are no apartments, condominiums, or townhouses in Hillsborough; Forbes calculates the median home price at $3,787,098. Notable residents past and present include entertainer Bing Crosby; publisher William Randolph Hearst; the king of Tonga, George Tupou V; diet guru Jenny Craig; and former Major League Baseball players J.T. Snow, Rickey Henderson, and Greg Maddux. 
There are no commercial districts in Hillsborough. As a wealthy suburb of San Francisco, 17 miles to the north, life in the town is unhurried and quiet. The relaxed atmosphere is enhanced by tree-lined streets that don’t follow a grid pattern and instead wind around the hilly landscape. There are few traffic signals. 
The town covers six square miles and is bounded by Burlingame to the north, San Mateo to the east and south, and Interstate 280 to the west.


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