119 Selby Lane
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119 Selby Lane, Atherton
Presenting a modern interpretation of an East Coast farmhouse, this stunning home has been renovated from top to bottom with extraordinary style. Inside and out, the craftsmanship and design are unmatched with impeccable details at every turn. The architecture is timeless and sophisticated with Fleetwood glass doors in many rooms for a completely seamless and unimpeded connection to the outdoors. Shiplap-paneled walls, gorgeous hardwood floors, and a stylish array of natural stones and tiles unify the entire home, which spans two levels, including distinctly private upstairs wings.
There are 5 bedrooms plus a 2-bedroom guest house with full kitchen. An executive office, library, craft room, recreation room, and fitness center (or bedroom) are additional venues incorporated into this thoughtful design. Equally impressive are the fully landscaped grounds with everything needed for indoor/outdoor living, including a pool and spa, bocce court, and barbecue kitchen. Added touches for play include a customized treehouse with suspension bridge and an inground trampoline, while gardening enthusiasts will revel at the Corten steel vegetable beds, fruit trees, and chicken coop. Native grasses and cobblestone paths tie it all together on approximately one acre.
Remarkable in its beauty and incredible livability – in sought-after central Atherton midway between San Francisco and Silicon Valley – this is the ultimate family or executive retreat.
Summary of Home
Price upon request
Details of the Home – Main Level
A covered porch and yellow front door introduce the home beyond cobblestone walkways and meadows of native grasses; a dramatic foyer extends to the rear of the home beneath a towering beamed ceiling lined on both sides with clerestory windows (some that are operable); shiplap finishes the walls and hardwood floors continue throughout most of the home
Track-hung sliding barn doors open to this formal room with cathedral ceiling, fireplace, and disappearing wall of Fleetwood doors to the grounds
Formal venue with tiered circular chandelier of glass spheres and two entire walls of glass, including disappearing Fleetwood doors opening to the rear grounds
Custom-hued cabinetry topped in Calacatta marble; entire wall of windows with open shelves, large island with seating, walk-in pantry with blackboard wall, and disappearing Fleetwood doors opening to the rear deck
Wolf gas range with 6 burners, 2 ovens, and pot filler; Wolf oven, microwave, and warming drawer; 2 Bosch dishwashers; Sub-Zero refrigerator
Open to the kitchen with custom cabinetry with sliding track-hung doors to conceal media; Fleetwood doors fully retract opening to the front porch
Customized from floor-to-ceiling with glass-front walnut cabinetry, workstation, natural stone counters, and bar with Sub-Zero wine cooler, all beneath a ceiling of gold stars and coordinating pendant lights
Fully paneled with integrated cabinetry, fireplace, and coffered ceiling
Bedrooms & Bath
Two bedrooms, off the foyer hallway, each with track-hung barn doors concealing a closet and with access to a shared bath with wall-hung double sink and curbless shower
Privately located with banquette seating, extensive built-ins and closet space, plus en suite bath with frameless glass shower
Details of the Home - Upper Level
Spacious bedroom with bay window, suspended bed lighting, and fully customized closet room; en suite Carrara marble bath has a dual-sink vanity, curbless shower, free-standing tub, and private commode room
Craft Room/Art Studio
Large carpeted room with extensive built-ins on three sides
Flexible-use room with vaulted ceiling, carpet, and closet plumbed for a bath
Bedroom/Fitness Center & Bath
5th bedroom, currently used as a fitness center with mirrored wall, carpet, and adjacent tiled bath with shower
Price Upon Request
Home to one of the most sought-after zip codes in the country, Atherton’s six square miles provide privacy and prestige in the heart of the San Francisco Peninsula.
Situated between San Francisco and San Jose, Atherton is minutes away from Sand Hill Road, the center of the venture capital community, and a short commute away from dozens of high tech companies including Apple, Google and Facebook. It’s close to two international airports and about 90-minutes away from world-class wine tasting in Napa Valley or legendary golf courses in Pebble Beach. It’s the central location of this tucked away town that gives its affluent residents the best of both worlds.
The area initially gained popularity as a summer home destination for the San Francisco elite in the late 19th century. And while it is now the primary residence of many top executives, venture capitalists and lauded athletes, it has maintained the characteristics it was founded on and continuously ranks as the one of the wealthiest communities in America.
Atherton’s thickly wooded, curbless streets are home to large, secluded lots with predominantly single family residential homes. There are no multi-family, mixed-use or industrial land uses in the Town of Atherton and no commercial zones, with the exception of private schools and a country club. These closely guarded rules give residents the quiet, small-town feel they seek while still keeping them in close proximity to the conveniences and enterprise of Silicon Valley.
The town’s 50 miles of roads are lined with mature live oaks, bays, redwoods, cedars, pines and other ornamental trees. At its heart is Holbrook-Palmer Park, 22 acres of open, tree-adorned space with indoor and outdoor facilities, including tennis courts, gardens, walking paths and rental facilities for special events