Real Estate

Sales at a glance

Woodside, Atherton both top $10 million

Two homes in Atherton and one in Woodside recently sold for more than $10,000,000, according to this week's column.

For a detailed list of the area's sales in the past four to eight weeks, see Recent home sales.

Atherton

Total sales reported:4

Lowest sales price:$5,600,000

Highest sales price:$10,500,000

Average sales price:$8,212,500

East Palo Alto

Total sales reported:7

Lowest sales price: $575,000

Highest sales price: $850,000

Average sales price: $741,071

Los Altos

Total sales reported: 4

Lowest sales price: $1,880,000

Highest sales price: $3,050,000

Average sales price: $2,492,500

Los Altos Hills

Total sales reported:  4

Lowest sales price: $2,632,500

Highest sales price: $4,100,000

Average sales price: $3,179,375

Menlo Park

Total sales reported: 25

Lowest sales price: $913,000

Highest sales price: $6,450,000

Average sales price:  $2,317,220

Mountain View

Total sales reported: 13

Lowest sales price: $500,000

Highest sales price: $1,645,000

Average sales price: $1,205,307

Palo Alto

Total sales reported: 12

Lowest sales price: $1,200,000

Highest sales price: $7,200,000

Average sales price: $2,541,000

Portola Valley

Total sales reported: 3

Lowest sales price: $3,640,000

Highest sales price: $5,800,000

Average sales price: $4,863,330

Woodside

Total sales reported: 4

Lowest sales price: $1,260,000

Highest sales price: $10,250,000

Average sales price: $4,586,250

Elizabeth Lorenz

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