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The Le Soleil Estate Auction

The Le Soleil Estate Auction

The Le Soleil Estate Auction
May 10
17:17 2012

The Le Soleil Estate Auction

320 Harcross Road, Woodside, California, United States

Welcome to “Le Soleil”, a spectacular historic French chateau, built circa 1920s, majestically set on approximately five acres of exquisitely-landscaped grounds in the sough-after community of Woodside, located in the heart of Silicon Valley and close to two international airports and jet centers in San Francisco and San Jose.  Restored and renovated to the most exacting standards, the estate’s rare architectural qualities and updated amenities represent the best of Old-world elegance and modern luxury.

No detail is overlooked throughout this masterpiece, which includes interiors decorated by world-renowned designer John Stefanidis.  Adding layers of luxury, custom draperies and upholstered walls feature Stefanidis’ trademark toile and chinoiserie fabrics in a vibrant Provencal color palette.  The finest artisanship, technology and materials define this offering – from the formal public rooms, to the more relaxed and intimate retreats and salons.

A total of 12,951 square feet, 7 bedrooms, 7 full bathrooms and 2 half-baths are arranged over three levels and in distinctive wings.  Outside, the grounds inspire grand-scale events where vast lawns, formal French gardens with parterre and topiary hedges, plus a pool, spa and gated tennis court, are back-dropped by incredibly-private surroundings.

Price: $21,000,000 $12,950,000
Starting Bid: $7,900,000
Auction Date: June 14, 2012 October 25, 2012
Size: 12,951 Sq. Ft.
Bedrooms: 7
Bathrooms: 7 Full, 2 Half
Speciality Items: Built Circa 1920s, 5 Acres, Formal Gardens
Address: 320 Harcross Road, Woodside, California, United States

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