A 10,000-square-foot estate in the affluent Silicon Valley town of Hillsborough, California, has hit the market for $19.988 million.
The estate, which was listed on Monday, is comprised of a main house and guest house.
According to property records, the owner of the house is Andrew Lee, founder of Antec, a company that makes computer parts and accessories. He bought the house in 2004 for $5.6 million, according to PropertyShark.
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The property went through a $10 million renovation, which was completed two years ago, according to Stanley Lo, listing agent for the property. Although the estate dates to 1965, it has been modernized with automation technology, a home theater equipped with a bar and an endless lap pool.
The main house also has classic features, including a library, a formal dining room, crystal chandeliers and a fireplace, according to the listing.
In addition to the three bedrooms, five full-bathrooms and three half-bathrooms in the main house, there is an additional bedroom and two full bathrooms in the guest house. The guest house, which is more than 1,100 square feet, also has a dedicated space for dance and music practice.
The views are part of what makes the house so special, according to Mr. Lo. “Every room has a smashing bay view,” he said.
The estate sits on more than two acres and features an outdoor swimming pool, hot tub, outdoor dining space and four-car garage. The main house also features an upper-level deck that has an outdoor kitchen and fireplace.
Mr. Lee could not be reached for comment.
Realtor.com contributed to this story.
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