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The Flood Estate In Woodside, CA


Luxury Home Magazine of Silicon Valley introduces the Flood Estate.

Features include:

  • Grand estate never before on the market
  • Built in 1941 by descendants of James Clair Flood, who struck the greatest silver bonanza in history at the Comstock Lode in Nevada, and became part of California history lore as one of the four “Bonanza Kings”
  • Comprised of 3 parcels: 51.04 acres, 39.40 acres, 1.50 acres (located adjacent in Huddart Park) totaling approximately 91.94 acres8680a1a26a586a0bdb1543cf2365ffc5
  • Lake, reservoir, vineyard
  • Gatehouse and caretaker’s cottage
  • Thomas Church designed gardens and signature oval pool
  • Tennis Court
  • Superb views of the Western Hills
  • The 1.5 acre parcel has a 125,000 gallon redwood water tank providing spring water to fill the pond, reservoir, and for irrigation needs
  • Two miles from the town of Woodside
  • Acclaimed Woodside school

To view this home in Luxury Home Magazine

Mary & Brent Gullixson of Alain Pinel Realtors

Click here for virtual tour

This home has been featured on the front cover of LHM Silicon Valley Issue 7.2! and are a division of Sunshine Publications, Inc. Luxury Home Magazine is a market specific publication featuring Luxury Homes and Luxury Real Estate showcased in a “coffee table magazine” format represented throughout the United States and distributed through the platforms In Print, Direct Mailed and Online Interactive Digital Media. For advertising information in the Silicon Valley Luxury Home Magazine contact:  Tim Crenshaw.

May 2, 2014 - Posted by | California Luxury Homes, Luxury Homes, Luxury Real Estate, SF Peninsula Luxury Homes, Silicon Valley Luxury Homes | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

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