- The most expensive listed Bay Area home within the past decade was listed for sale for nearly $100 million in June 2018. It’s since seen a $50 million price cut and is currently on the market for $54 million.
The monumental home is nothing short of extravagant. At nearly $100 million, it was the most expensive home listed in the Bay Area in the past 10 years.
The home has since seen a $50 million price cut and is listed for nearly $55 million exclusively through Compass – Menlo Park 650.314.7235. The home boasts 20 rooms, two fireplaces, and a pool — and that’s just scratching the surface.
Homeowners and guests enter through an entryway.
The house has a traditional, slightly rustic vibe.
A wide living area holds one of the home’s two fireplaces.
Like the rest of the house, the kitchen has natural light streaming in through large windows.
The master bathroom includes a large tub with a skylight, as well as a couch and a vanity.
The master bedroom also includes a skylight and windows with the hillside in view.
The closets, like the home they’re in, are expansive, and they put your average walk-in closet to shame.
An expansive game room allows for ample amusement and leisure.
Off the game room is a poker room.
There’s also a fully equipped gym …
… and a media room featuring rows of plush lounge chairs and a screen.
In case you want some pampering but don’t want to head to a salon, there is a spa and massage space.
Perhaps the home’s most extraordinary feature is its 7,300-square-foot multipurpose sports area, which can be used as a tennis court or an ice rink, among other things.
As if that weren’t enough, there’s also an indoor sports court. You know, just in case.
A contender for the best part of the house is the pizza room, which includes a pizza oven for making homemade pies.
There’s a 110-yard golfing practice area, which all four of McNealy’s sons used while they were living there. McNealy’s oldest son, Maverick, 22, is a professional golfer.
There’s also a detached one-bedroom guesthouse on the property.
Like the main house, it’s a warm and rustic abode to accommodate guests …
… which I’d imagine the future owner will have a lot of, considering all the home’s amenities.