Inside a $10.99M Woodside Mansion Reimagined by Linda L. Floyd Interior Design (PHOTOS)

Inside a $10.99M Woodside Mansion Reimagined by Linda L. Floyd Interior Design

40 Fox Hill Road, Woodside, California, United States, 94062

A secluded and very private estate property made up of 19.39 acres with views toward the Pacific is back on the market following a complete reimagination by Linda L. Floyd Interior Design. The newly reimagined residence hit the market in October 2016 for $12,900,000 and has since been reduced to $10,995,000. The remodel lasted two years at a cost of nearly $1,000 per square foot with the final design showcasing a classical interior with details and finishing rarely seen in new construction. Details include a chef’s La Cornue and Wolf kitchen, Versailles mahogany flooring, J.P. Weaver mouldings throughout, Zuber wall coverings in the dining rom and a silk wall covered master suite. There are six bedrooms and six bathrooms throughout the home. The property is exquisitely landscaped with specimen trees, stone tile paths, sitting areas, fruit trees (Cherry, Pomegranite, Plum, Mandarin, Fig, Apricot, Lemon, Lime, Nectarine, Avocado, etc. and a giant six bed Organic Garden), huge flat lawns, and a large Cabernet Sauvignon vineyard that produces approximately 200 bottles of high end wine annually. There is a limestone tiled infinity edge swimming pool built by Italian craftsmen who were flown from Italy. The main house includes more than 6,500 square feet of space with an additional 760 square feet in the garage, a 900 square foot wine room and a 1,370 square foot guest house. The 6,500 square foot residence was originally designed by architect Michael Layne and built in 1981. It sold in 2007 for $16,000,000 and again before the transformation in 2016 for $6,000,000. It’s currently on the market for $10,995,000 with Erika Demma Real Estate. Click here to see a selection of before photos.


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