Stonebrook Court – $27,000,000

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12335 Stonebrook Drive, Los Altos Hills, California, United States, 9402

Stonebrook Court is an architectural masterpiece that is said to have played host to presidents and kings, movie stars and celebrities.  Originally built in 1914 and completely restored by its current owner in the last 7 years, this magnificent home is one of the greatest estates in California.


Only 21 miles south of San Francisco, in the prestigious Los Altos Hills and center of the Silicon Valley, this approximately 30,000 square foot mansion is situated on 7.5 manicured acres.


The estate and mansion were transformed into a warm, welcoming and grand mansion that both honors the past splendor and modern luxury. The home was wired for state-of-the-art security, audio, phone, internet and all other modern features including a heating system covering 16 zones.



The opulent interior includes formal living room with Italian style 12 foot wood ceilings, an antique carved marble fireplace, a ballroom with 16th Century gilded Venetian ceiling paintings said to be from the Palazzo Grimani, a grand oak entry stair hall with plaster ceilings, library with mahogany bookcases and a secret room with wet bar and beer taps, inlaid wood floors, gourmet kitchen with mahogany island and onyx counters, breakfast room with new Gothic arch windows, complete with 7 bedrooms, 7 baths, a spacious gym, a garden building, a caretaker’s house, and a 3 car garage.


Price: $28,500,000 $27,000,000
House Size: 30,000 Sq. Ft.
Lot Size: 7.5 Acres
Bedrooms: 7
Bathrooms: 7 Full, 2 Partial
Specialty Items: Built in 1914, Multi-Million Dollar Renovated Spanning 7 Years, Caretakers/Gest House, Outbuildings, 20+ Parking, Antique Marble Fireplace, Pool Pavilion.
Address: 12335 Stonebrook Drive, Los Altos Hills, California, United States, 94022
Listing Agent: Arthur Sharif of Sotheby’s International Realty





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