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The Perfect Entrée into Los Altos Hills


Beautifully sited on a gently sloped, wooded knoll surrounded by heritage oaks, this Santa Barbara style ranch is the perfect entrée into Los Altos Hills.  Although just minutes from downtown Los Altos and in close proximity to Silicon Valley’s tech and venture capital centers, the serene setting feels worlds away.  Retreat up the hill to this tranquil and very private spot in the prestigious Pink Horse Ranch neighborhood.  The arched entry walkway, terra cotta tile roof, dramatic rustic beamed ceilings and richly-colored tile flooring create an understated Southwestern aesthetic to this original four bedroom, two and a half bath home.  Custom built for the current owners in 1970, the spacious, well-designed floor plan lends itself to reimagining for the way we live, work and play today.  Come see this inviting property and plan the updates that will make it your own.   Exceptional Los Altos Schools and easy access to the 24 miles of hiking trails at Rancho San Antonio Preserve round out this special offering. 

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Los Altos Hills

Los Altos Hills incorporated in 1956 to preserve “the rural atmosphere of the foothills,” and the town’s tough zoning regulations have helped it maintain a low-density, small-town environment. There are no commercial businesses other than a bookstore at Foothill College in the town of 8,300. Parcels must be at least one acre in size, with just one primary residence per parcel under the town’s municipal code. Los Altos Hills remains one of Silicon Valley’s most affluent communities, with a median household income of $206,000, according to United States Census Bureau data. Some 23 percent of the population is 65 or older, and 85 percent of residents 25 or older hold at least a bachelor’s degree. In 2014, Forbes ranked Los Altos Hills as No. 45 on its list of America’s Most Expensive ZIP Codes, with a median home price of $2,896,103. The town boasts an 85-mile system of pathways and trails for strollers, joggers, bicyclists, and equestrians. In 2005, Los Altos Hills remodeled its Town Hall and installed solar panels. The town includes “solar monitor” information, which updates every 15 minutes, on its website. Los Altos Hills operates the Westwind Community Barn, a historic property for stabling horses and equestrian training. The annual Los Altos Hills Hoedown takes place at the barn.


Open Houses:
Saturday, May 13th & Sunday, May 14th from 1 - 4pm

Saturday, May 20th and Sunday, May 21st from 1 - 4pm


Brokers Tour:
Friday, May 19th, 9:30am - 1pm


Additional Showings Go Direct - Lockbox Available
Contact Colleen Foraker

Contact Judy Bogard-Tanigami (away until 5/25)


Colleen Foraker

Colleen Foraker

Golden Gate Sotheby's International RealtyCalBRE# 01349099650.380.0085

Judy Bogard-Tanigami

Judy Bogard-Tanigami

Alain Pinel RealtorsCalBRE# 00298975650.207.2111