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Wildcrest is many things.
Where you indulge your nesting instincts in the close-in Los Altos Hills acreage property.
Where tranquility, nature and breathtaking design welcome you home. Where you sprawl out and work from home.
Where the private drive delivers you to a mind/body experience on over 1.8 acres of splendor all your own.
Where you’ll find a brook and immense space for outdoor relaxation, meditation, play and gardening.
Wildcrest is everything you want it to be.
Reimagined and renovated in 2006 by esteemed Barton Architect, the home’s brilliant light, dramatic ceilings, versatile floorplan and natural surroundings envelope every room of the house. Spectacular chef’s kitchen with full wall of custom cabinetry, built-in refrigeration, dishwashers and circular flight of stairs to vast family room and workout room. Jaw dropping foyer, living and dining rooms separated by dual fireplace and built-in buffet. 4 bedrooms including a luxurious ensuite, office, gym, 3 full and 2 half bathrooms, inside laundry, 2 car garage and an abundance of attic and basement storage.
Timeless, quality implements include Paykel, Grohe, Bosch, GE Monogram appliances and high efficiency/low cost utilities due to the solar system, low-e glass, dual zone HVAC and Xeriscape yard design. Liberal use of artisan cabinetry, bamboo, marble, skylights, moldings and custom lighting throughout.
Located < 1 mile from the Village, Shoup Park, Draeger’s and major commute corridors. A short distance to acclaimed schools, universities, health care, research facilities and technology companies.
Virtual Open Houses:
Friday, Sept. 18, 6:00 - 7:00 pm with Val Smith & Claudia Montalban
Saturday, Sept. 19, 1:00 - 2:00pm with Val Smith
Sunday, Sept. 20, 1:00 - 2:00pm with Val Smith
Additional Showings by Appointment:
Cheryl Okuno / Claudia Montalban / Val Smith
650.209.1577 / 650.279.9503 / 650.823.3527
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Los Altos is a quiet, residential city with tree-lined streets and a quaint downtown. Due to commercial restrictions, Los Altos lacks the tech and corporate presence of many Peninsula and South Bay cities. The city’s downtown features more than 150 shops and restaurants in a six-block area, with frequent movie nights, farmers' markets, and special events. A weekly newspaper, the Los Altos Town Crier, has its offices on Main Street. Los Altos is an affluent community, with a median household income of $158,000, according to United States Census Bureau data. Of Los Altos’ 11,204 housing units, 84.5 percent are owner occupied. According to Forbes' 2014 list of America's Most Expensive ZIP Codes, the city's 94022 and 94024 ZIP codes had median home prices of $2,896,103 and $2,527,908, respectively.