A newly constructed home in Old Palo Alto, one of Silicon Valley’s more elite neighborhoods, is on the market for $27.8 million.
The 8,000 square-foot estate features five bedrooms, six bathrooms and two half-baths on a .34-acre lot.
The home’s modern look, developed by Lamb Partners Real Estate Development and designed by acclaimed San Francisco-based Arcanum Architecture, is marked by clean lines, glass walls and natural textures and materials, including white oak, cedar and limestone mixed with steel, concrete and polished nickel to create light-filled spaces.
The centerpiece is a floating staircase that spans three levels, and the home features open-concept living and dining rooms, a breakfast/family room, three fireplaces, home office, guest suite, wet bar, wine cellar, gym with radiant-heated flooring and luxe master suite with vaulted ceilings.
Outdoor is the home’s patio with its heritage oak tree, swimming pool and spa. The home also has a two-car garage and is fully alarmed with an electric gate that controls the opening to the garage.