Here’s a sneak peek at a $110M Woodside estate across the street from Larry Ellison

New-build compound has almost 20,000 square feet, including a hair salon and virtual golf simulator, on three acres

A photo illustration of 890 Mountain Road
A photo illustration of 890 Mountain Road

A $110-million Woodside compound across the street from Oracle CEO Larry Ellison is coming to market after four years of development and construction, according to its listing agent, Scott Dancer of Compass. Public records show it was bought for close to $7 million in 2018.

Dancer said he had to look up and down the coast to find properties comparable to the three-acre estate at 890 Mountain Road. It has a main home and five other buildings, a pool and a spa with a hair salon. The Mediterranean look, including salvaged century-old roof tiles from Europe and 150-year-old olive trees, give the property “a resort feel, like being in Santa Barbara,” he said in an interview.

Dancer didn’t disclose the size of the main house, although the basement is about 6,000 square feet and has a Full Swing golf simulator. He estimates there are upwards of 20,000 finished square feet across all the buildings. The “very private developer for high-end clients” used ultra-luxury finishes throughout, spending almost $3 million on windows and doors alone, he said.

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When it comes to market in a few weeks asking $110 million, it won’t be the most expensive estate on the market in the peninsula town where median homes fetch close to $5 million. That mantle goes to the $135 million asking price for the 74-acre Green Gables compound where former Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes has been living since the start of her fraud trial. One town over, in Atherton, Gap founders Don and Doris Fisher are hoping to get $100 million for their eight-acre summer retreat.

Dancer said he expects the property to be well received. “I’ve been selling high-end homes here for 35 years and I’ve never seen anything like it,” he said.

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