Of all the qualities that set a property apart in a world where isolation and pandemic restrictions continue to affect our daily lives, being able to enjoy a sense of seclusion, safety and connection to nature remains at the top of the list. Silent Hills Lane, a stunning 3-acre estate nestled in Silicon Valley’s coveted Los Altos Hills, offers these qualities and more — plus a private vineyard that will surely please the most passionate of wine aficionados.
Architect Maurice Camargo designed the masterpiece residence with a focus on natural light and clean lines. The result is pure architectural magic. Spanning over 7,700 square feet, the home features open, high-volume interiors embracing the most impeccable views of the rolling hillsides, the vineyard, and the city lights below from every room. Constructed just eight years ago, Silent Hills Lane is a vision for the entertainer with a one-of-a-kind kitchen featuring a custom-built expandable wood island, wine cellar, recreation room bar, spa, infinity pebble tech pool. Five spacious bedrooms, six full baths and one half bath offer plenty of privacy for each family member. Resembling a private resort, the home also blends unique design features such as a Zen Garden shower, floating staircases, two outdoor fireplaces and stacking doors to create an indoor-outdoor effortless flow. A one-bedroom, one-bath guest house offers a kitchen and private access.
Nestled in the foothills just minutes to 280, this magnificent property brings the convenience of everything Silicon Valley within easy reach while still offering the tranquility and space so many people seek today.
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