Real Estate

Sales at a glance: Palo Alto, Mountain View have about a dozen sales

 

Palo Alto real estate leads the pack with 13 homes sold for between $950,000 and $$7,380,000, according to this week's column.

For a detailed list of the area's sales, see Recent home sales.

Atherton

Total sales reported:3

Lowest sales price:$2,330,000

Highest sales price:$21,000,000

Average sales price:$8,876,667

East Palo Alto

Total sales reported: 1

Sales price:$775,000

B Los Altos==

Total sales reported:8

Lowest sales price:$2,150,000

Highest sales price:$3,820,000

Average sales price:$2,649,125

Los Altos Hills

Total sales reported:2

Lowest sales price:$3,750,000

Highest sales price:$10,250,000

Average sales price:$7,000,000

Menlo Park

Total sales reported:5

Lowest sales price:$644,000

Highest sales price:$3,595,000

Average sales price:$1,781,200

Mountain View

Total sales reported:12

Lowest sales price:$880,000

Highest sales price:$1,680,000

Average sales price:$1,305,167

Palo Alto

Total sales reported:13

Lowest sales price:$950,000

Highest sales price:$7,380,000

Average sales price:$2,975,300

Woodside

Total sales reported:1

Sales price:$2,196,000

— Palo Alto Weekly Staff

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