Calling all design lovers and real estate junkies: The Silicon Valley Modern Home Tour returns on Saturday, May 14th, with five cool houses and the chance to meet the architects and homeowners.
If you ever dreamed of waving goodbye to the city in exchange for the quiet farm life up north, this St. Helena home might be the ticket. It has all the bucolic vibes but with polished amenities and no pesky farm animals.
Have you ever waited for a BART train and considered entering that contest where you can win either four million dollars cash or a San Francisco dream house? Well, more than 100 years ago, one lucky San Franciscan actually won their very own Pac Heights dream home, and now it's on the market for almost $6,000,000.
Get your pinkies up, because this Napa Valley crib is the definition of fancy.
You and your kiddos will be the envy of all your friends come October 31, when your new house is situated smack dab in the middle of "Fear Oaks" Street, known for its spooktacular Halloween block party.
If you have a spare $9 million laying around, may we suggest taking your wad for a tour of this 1920s property over in Ross, where 10,000 square feet of living space includes luxe outdoor spaces just begging for a pool party.
Just south of Silicon Valley and east of Carmel, this 10,000-acre estate is so big it practically needs its own area code.
If your ultimate Friday night includes ordering pizza from Delfina and sipping on an Old Fashioned while admiring the views from your own Mission district penthouse, then this newly renovated bachelor pad is for you.
Well before it became known locally for housing Trou Normand, Mourad, and Yelp, 140 New Montgomery, one of San Francisco's first high rises, was prized for its Art Deco stylings. Today, it's on the market and is expected to bring beaucoup dollars (to absolutely no one's surprise).