To the south of the Golden Gate Bridge, large parcels of land are rare. Located halfway between San Francisco and the Silicon Valley in the bucolic town of Hillsborough, the approximately 16,000-square-foot Mediterranean-styled, “deGuigné Estate” is positioned on about 47 acres, which have been owned for 150 years by one family. Decorated by celebrated interior designer Anthony Hail, the mansion interiors encompass elegant and ornate public rooms, which evoke the sophistication and grandeur of a bygone era. Grand-scale ballroom, living room, library, and pavilion are aligned to open to a pool courtyard, revealing sweeping views of San Francisco and the East Bay. Formal gardens and park-like grounds adjoin dozens of undeveloped acres surrounding the mansion, providing ultimate serenity and security. Timeless, sophisticated, and elegant, the “deGuigné Estate” represents a rare opportunity to own one of California’s few remaining mansions surrounded by substantial acreage near an urban center.
Hillsborough, CA, United States