Palo Alto. Home to Stanford University, quiet tree-lined streets and billionaire tech founders like Mark Zuckerberg. It’s a place where dreams are built, where educated people reside and where some of the nation’s most expensive real estate in the country is centered.  It’s also about 10 miles away from Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, where Super Bowl 50 is being played this weekend.


While everyone else is cheering on America’s favorite pastime, you could be enjoying a peaceful tour of Palo Alto and its many beautiful homes. This modern Mediterranean estate on Addison Avenue should be one of your first stops. Custom-built in 2014 and located “on the street made famous by the HP Garage,” Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage listing agent Alex Comsa maintains it’s the perfect floorplan for entertaining. “This one-of-a-kind property was built with style and convenience in mind,” according to Comsa’s listing description.

The home, which includes five bedrooms and three and a half baths, spans approximately 3,399 square feet — a monumental size when compared to the more modest historic homes commonly found in Palo Alto. And true to its tech surroundings, the residence has been outfitted with the latest smart home and green building features.

The use of contemporary, high-end materials in an open floor plan connects to a beautiful, draught-tolerant garden, notes Comsa—giving it an enduring quality that will last the future homeowner a lifetime. Another plus? The owner will have access to Palo Alto’s acclaimed school system.

Offered for $6,888,000, this modern home is a true Palo Alto retreat in every sense of the word.