Another high-priced home has hit the market in the uber-expensive town of Atherton, CA. Located at 401 Selby Lane, this French-inspired mansion was built in 2006 and is situated on 1.5 acres of land. It features 14,700 square feet of living space with 6 bedrooms, 9 bathrooms, grand 2-story foyer with floating staircase, formal living and dining rooms, gourmet kitchen with breakfast room, family room with fireplace and wet bar, billiards room with fireplace, paneled office, gym, home theater, wine cellar with tasting room, covered patio with fireplace, 6-car garage, swimming pool, fire pit, formal gardens and a guest house. It is listed at $19,500,000.

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  • rob

    Very nice and unassuming house. I like the quoins on the exterior. They add a sort of frilly, fanciful flair. I cannot decide if I like that marble room with the piano. If it is a ballroom, I like it. If it is a living room, I hate it. Some of the rooms seem a little oddly placed and the wine cellar is typical Northern California. The grounds are nicely laid out and very clean. Overall this is a nice unassuming, well made house. It hides its size well. I do not see this as a 20 million dollar home though, but with all the tech money in Atherton, maybe.




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  • Daniel

    I wonder why the photographer chose the odd angle he/she did for the front of the home. It has its merits, but not $20 million worth of merits. Atherton is in my opinion one of the most overpriced cities in the country.




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  • Grrrowler

    It’s lovely. It doesn’t make me swoon, but it’s lovely. The interior looks very comfortable, but as usual I’d make some decor changes. I love some…OK most…of the art work. I’m sure that doesn’t go with the house though. The grounds look very nice, and very private too. As for the price, Atherton is ground zero in Silicon Valley. Where billionaires gather, prices go up. At less than $1400 per square foot, it’s less expensive than a lot of places (although obviously more expensive than most). Personally, I much prefer Hillsborough over Atherton.




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  • Chris

    Eh, its blah. Nothing stands out.




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