This Modern, high-tech mansion is located at 92 Sutherland in Atherton, CA. It was designed by Swatt-Miers and built in 2010 by Lencioni Construction. Lavish features include Honduran Mahogany, African Walnut & Terrzao floors w/recycled bottle glass & mother of pearl, 60+ solar panels, radiant heating  and an IPad/IPhone-controlled Savant whole-home automation system. The house itself boasts 9,308 square feet of living space with 6 bedrooms, 4 full and 2 half bathrooms, spacious formal rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows, 3-car garage, swimming pool and much more. It is listed at $19,800,000.

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  • Geoffrey

    Timber, Glass, large open rooms with minimal decor. I love this modern home… Knowing the general reader here, no-one will like this home surely.




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  • Nick

    The front exterior it’s lovely and I like some interior details here and there.

    It’s overpriced though.




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  • Brian

    I agree that this seems overpriced but my real question is why is it being sold apparently less than 2 years after being built. There is at least an implication that the owners may have hated it. That was true of one mansion in Malibu, I think, that the owners never even spent one night in.




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    • NOVA Ben

      You’re ignoring all the other possibilities, which include but are not limited to unexpected job relocation, financial difficulties, and divorces, to name just a few.

      And that’s not even touching on the fact that many homes are built without a specific buyer lined up.




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  • lambskin

    I am not a fan of most modern homes but this is beautiful inside and out.




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    • Joejoe509

      Agreed. Not usually a fan, but this house is pretty spiffy. 😉 I like the materials and the attention to detail. This house would not be my main home, but more likely a vacation-type home. Modern homes just look so corporate to me. At least this one is warmer than most.

      The kitchen and the pool are the worst parts. The first and third pictures are my favorites.




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  • Grrrowler

    I quite like the house itself. What’s appealing to me is the use of a lot of natural materials; it’s not just a series of white boxes and raw concrete. What I don’t like are the furnishings. Yes, I know a new buyer would decorate to his/her tastes but I’m looking at how it’s shown in the pics. With the natural materials and the dark wood, something other than what’s been chosen would be better. The price doesn’t seem out of line for almost 2.5 acres in Atherton, although it would be better with a bay view.




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  • Daniel

    While I personally could never live in something like this, I don’t think the quality can be denied. The exterior is…eccentric, but the wood, steel glass and concrete go well together; it ends up looking very warm. The interior is very nice as well. I actually like most of it, with the exception of the steel beams supporting the second floor walkway. The furniture is 100% not my style.




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  • NOVA Ben

    Well I don’t think I will EVER be able to picture myself living in, or wanting to try living in, a very contemporary-style home like this, but this home IS beautiful as an exercise in contemporary architecture. Like Grrrowler said, and like I always say when we see contemporaries, natural materials are important, so I like that there’s a lot of wood here. I find myself liking the rear of the home more than the front, but it’s pleasing all around.




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  • Joejoe509

    Picture an Audi or Mercedes parked out front… MMMMmmmm. Stylish. This would be Tony Stark’s secondary bachelor pad.




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