Real Estate

Sales at a glance

Woodside home sells for $14.5 million

A Woodside sale surpasses seven figures this week, coming in at $14.5 million. Read the rest of the real estate numbers below to see how other Palo Alto Weekly locations compared.

If interested in a list of the specific home sales for the week, check out Recent home sales.

Atherton

Total sales reported: 1

Lowest sales price: $8,725,000

Highest sales price: $8,725,000

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East Palo Alto

Total sales reported: 2

Lowest sales price: $490,000

Highest sales price: $630,000

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Los Altos

Total sales reported: 5

Lowest sales price: $1,880,000

Highest sales price: $3,350,000

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Los Altos Hills

Total sales reported: 1

Lowest sales price: $3,300,000

Highest sales price: $3,300,000

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Menlo Park

Total sales reported: 5

Lowest sales price: $1,456,000

Highest sales price: $1,456,000

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Mountain View

Total sales reported: 7

Lowest sales price: $840,000

Highest sales price: $4,710,000

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Palo Alto

Total sales reported: 6

Lowest sales price: $1,900,000

Highest sales price: $6,950,000

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Portola Valley

Total sales reported: 2

Lowest sales price: $2,295,000

Highest sales price: $2,400,000

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Woodside

Total sales reported: 2

Lowest sales price: $2,495,000

Highest sales price: $14,500,000

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Sales at a glance are provided by California REsource, a real estate information company that obtains the information from the County Recorder's Office. Information is recorded from deeds after the close of escrow and published within four to eight weeks.

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