Small-town vibe, check. Wineries, check. Upscale restaurants, check. Some of Silicon Valley’s most extraordinary properties, check. If you ever wondered what’s driving affluent buyers to Saratoga, it’s all of the above — and the real estate prices show it because Saratoga just earned the title of the most expensive city to live in America, according to a recent report by the Coldwell Banker® brand.
The sleepy suburb topped the list with the average price of a four-bedroom, two-bathroom home logging in at $2,453,718. Of course, there is nothing average about this breathtakingly private two-acre estate recently listed by Bill Gorman of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in Saratoga. The $6,499,998 asking price reveals its jaw-dropping beauty in the form of 360-degree views spanning the San Francisco Bay, Silicon Valley, East Bay hills and open space.
“A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity,” as Gorman calls it, the masterful Traditional is uniquely positioned at the top of the first knoll on Saratoga Hills Road, located amongst several of the finest estates in Saratoga and the South Bay in a quiet close-in private setting.
A bright and open 5,750 square-foot floorplan reveals a spacious kitchen designed for a gourmet chef, a sunny breakfast room, a formal dining room and a great room with exceptional views.
Four bedrooms and four full baths offer plenty of opportunity to unwind. There is even a separate guest suite on first floor for extra privacy.
The location of this special home is unmatched. It’s set within walking distance to Saratoga High, Foothill Elementary, hiking trails and the lovely Saratoga Village, plus also convenient to shopping, commute routes, valley tech centers and airports. The future homeowner will have the exceptional Saratoga schools within reach.