A Once-In-A-Lifetime Opportunity 

The perfect site for your future home with incredible views of the Santa Clara Valley. A rare find of 12.46 acres in the exclusive Villa Montalvo area with mature redwood and oak trees and exquisite handmade rock walls forming gardens, terraces, stairs, and fountains.

Property: ±12.46 acres 
Offered at: $20,000,000


15400 Madrone Hill Road, Saratoga, CA
12.46-acre property, with mature landscaping surrounding a perfect building site featuring gorgeous 180-degree views the Santa Clara Valley
Mature redwood, bay and oak trees, interlaced with paths
Hand laid stone fountains, lily ponds, steps, bridges and walls
Electric conduit installed to the top of the property
Equipped for water service from San Jose Water Company
Equipped with sanitary lines, sewer lines and fire protection lines with fire hydrants
Madrone Hill Way, Saratoga. About one mile from downtown Saratoga. Near top-rated schools. 3 miles from Los Gatos. 10 miles of San Jose. 50 miles south of San Francisco.
Argonaut Elementary School, Redwood Middle School, Saratoga High School (buyer to verify eligibility)

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The Location

An exceptional lifestyle awaits in the picturesque and prestigious Glen Una neighborhood, with quiet, wooded streets, nearby to top-rated schools, hiking and biking trails, and the art and culture of Montalvo Arts Center.

Saratoga, CA

Tucked in the foothills of the Santa Cruz Mountains, Saratoga offers a small-town feel with a charming downtown district that’s known for its fine dining and shopping. Residents enjoy the city’s high quality of life, top-rated public schools and proximity to both Silicon Valley and Santa Cruz.


Silicon Valley

Silicon Valley is a leading hub for high-tech innovation and development. Historically, it produced technological wonders by companies that defined the high technology industry, beginning with semiconductor businesses and research groups. These companies, anchored by Stanford University, formed an ecosystem in which later innovators could thrive: Hewlett-Packard, Apple, Yahoo, Google, Facebook, and many more. Thousands of start-up companies currently call Silicon Valley home.

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