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News - January 30, 2013

Woodside home sells for $117.5 million

A Woodside estate on Mountain Home Road sold for $117.5 million in November, according to SFLuxe.com.

This makes it the most expensive private residence in the state, and the price may be the second highest price paid for a home in the U.S., the website said.

The 8,930-square-foot neoclassical home, built in 2005 and designed by architect Allan Greenberg, has four bedrooms, four and a half bathrooms, and is situated on an 8.99-acre property, according to redfin.com.

SFLuxe.com said it was unable to disclose information about the new owner, but the estate was previously owned by Tully Friedman of the investment firm, Friedman, Fleischer and Lowe LLC, based in San Francisco.

Visit tinyurl.com/Home-117 for more information and photos from SFLuxe.com.

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