If you have decided that having more space to deck the halls would make your holiday season merrier and brighter (besides more quality time with your loved ones, of course), then you have arrived at the right place. Hillsborough, one of three Silicon Valley neighborhoods that continues to reign supreme on Forbes’ annual list of the most expensive zip codes in the U.S., is teeming with sprawling mansions that offer enough bedrooms and private guest quarters to keep nearly everyone in your large extended family in good spirits during the November-December craze.

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This classic 3.4-acre estate pays tribute to this Hillsborough residential tradition with a main residence boasting approximately 12,616 square feet, a pool house with 970 square feet and a massive 1,071 square-foot four-car garage.


Built in 2007, the main house spreads out with six bedrooms — including a pretty convenient guest suite with two bedrooms and sitting area. When it’s time to entertain, there is a library, two-story living room, formal dining room, 8-seat media room and a wine cellar in the basement.

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Other perks? An elevator. And bay views from many of the rooms, which will provide out-of-town relatives a chance to experience the beauty of Northern California at its finest.

Beyond the residence, a swimming pool and spa, tennis court and a pool house with full kitchen and his/hers changing rooms and ample yard space beckon on warmer days.

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Priced at $18,000,000 and represented by Victor Aenlle and Leah Noher of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in San Mateo-Downtown, this Hillsborough beauty is just waiting to be filled with holiday — and year-round — memories.