Experience the beauty and privacy of 40 acres in the Peninsula’s historic open space above Silicon Valley and the San Francisco Bay. Your custom Craftsman-style home is a short 40 minutes to all major airports so you can escape from it all until you want to get to it all. This masterfully designed home offers a master bedroom retreat in addition to a large loft-style sleeping area in the main home and other sleeping areas in separate structures. The main home has 2 1/2 baths, a stately wood-burning fireplace in the living room, an open chef’s kitchen, and an expansive butler’s pantry. The workmanship is superb with use of Douglas Fir. The property also has a separate 2-car garage with a loft/artist’s studio/sleeping area above with sep entrance.You will experience a self-sustained environment, being completely managed on solar, propane, and a domestic well system. Views to everywhere – perfect as a sanctuary from a hectic Silicon Valley life or as an everyday retreat for peaceful living.
An opportunity like this few and far between Sustainable living on land that is surrounded by miles of protected space of the MidPeninsula Open Space Preserve, as well as State and County Parks of the Portola Redwoods, and Sam McDonald County Park. Outdoors activities such as trail running, mountain biking, hiking, equestrian trails as well as dog-friendly trails are endless sources of pleasure in different settings be it rolling chaparral, riparian environments, towering redwoods and lookouts that face the Pacific ocean as well as the San Francisco Bay. Country roads lead you to the San Mateo Coastside, Silicon Valley, and all the way to San Francisco. Nestle in the perfect countryside location that affords you true peace and sustainable living. Many people spend time in these areas that close at sunset and dream of being able to live here to watch the stars in the sky, coastal fog roll over the hills, and beautiful sunrises and sunsets. Be truly one with nature in the comfort of your own singular home.Head to nearby Menlo Park for your big shopping, or drop into Woodside or La Honda for a smaller town feel. Wind your way to the coast through the Redwoods and end up in Pescadero and Highway 1. Cycle, drive the historic Old La Honda road. Take the long road to San Francisco via Skyline boulevard or cut over to 280, it’s your choice. This area is great for those who own motorcycles who have that wanderlust for backroad adventures. have a bike or two? This place is for you!