This magnificent Neoclassical Georgian style estate is located at 236 Park Lane in Atherton, CA. It is situated on 1.5+ acres at the end of a cul-de-sac near the prestigious Menlo Circus Club. Dubbed Villa Eirini, this masterpiece of a home was designed by renowned Andrew Skurman Architects and completed in 2009. It boasts 12,000 square feet of living space with 6 bedrooms, 6 full and 4 half bathrooms, formal living and dining rooms, great room, gourmet kitchen, exquisite wood paneled library/media/family room with 4 sets of French doors, wood paneled office with conference area and wet bar, expansive terrace with loggia and fireplace, swimming pool with spa, cabana, formal gardens and a guest house. It is listed at $45,000,000.

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  • Daniel

    Eh. The front is a little off, especially with that corner entry and the horrible trellis. The interior is very beautiful though. I love that wood paneled club room – rivals the best from Richard Landry, Hablinski/Manion or Jeff Smith. The rest of the interior is very classical, formal but not stuffy. The rear is much better than the front, although again, the damn trellis needs to go. And of course the price is asinine, regardless of Atherton’s median home price and whatever lists its on.




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  • Grrrowler

    The front facade is pretty wonky. I wouldn’t mind the corner entrance if the door were actually in the corner, not on one side of the corner. The trellis needs to go. The rear facade is quite nice, and I think the trellis works there.

    The interior is completely not my style, but it’s absolutely beautiful. I mean really beautiful. It looks incredibly well-done and, even though it’s very formal (and way too formal for me), there looks to be some comfortable spaces. I love love love mosaic tile floors (nicely done ones that is) and they work really well in this house. It would be easy to say they’re used too much, but they just work here. The solid marble tub in the master bath is stunning. The green marble counter tops in the kitchen look great, and I’m glad that someone resisted the urge to go with white marble there.

    As for the price, a tech billionaire will take this, although probably below $40 million




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  • Tay

    1.5 acres for 45 Mill… hmmmmmmmmmm?




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  • Venom

    I love the interior.
    I that stove and hood and the marble tub like a fat kid loves cake.
    I must have them.




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  • rob

    Beautiful house, very well proportioned. I am amazed at the wide range of styles covered by Georgian architecture. I would have called this Palladian. Can anyone educate me? Beautiful tile work, love the woodwork in the library. Overall a great house. It goes without saying that the price is insane. I am almost getting tired of writing that about almost every house. I wonder if they price so high to get attention?




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    • Andrew

      It looks neither Georgian nor Neoclassical to me…




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  • Al Robinson

    I like the kitchen, dining rooms, and the hallways. I think the rest is a little too ritzy for me. I like the pool as well.

    Kenny, I’m sorry to inform you of this, but you have a typo in the address. It says 326 Park Park.




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    • Al Robinson

      My bad, I just had a typo myself. I meant 236 not 326.




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    • Kenny Forder

      Thanks




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  • NOVA Ben

    Beautiful interior. Really beautiful.

    Facade is a complete screw-up.

    $45 million? haha ahaha hahahahahahahahaaaa NO.

    I don’t give a f*** that it’s Atherton.




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  • jd

    45 mill???? It better be full of cocain and hookers for that price. Only 1.5 acres and no water frontage? WTF???




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  • swimming pool tile

    I like the kitchen, dining rooms, and the hallways.




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