The housing market in Woodside is unique among markets in many other Silicon Valley cities and towns. With a median household income of $171,126 and a median family income of $196,505, this town of about 5,200 residents is consistently ranked as one of the wealthiest in the United States. Which would make you think that home prices are beyond the range of most home buyers. That’s both true and not true.
Woodside features one of the widest ranges of home prices anywhere in the Bay Area. While there are almost always a few listings for palatial mansions on acres and acres of lush grounds, you’ll also find far more moderately priced homes available – and a fairly good selection of them.
Look at the current price range of properties on the Multiple Listing Service in select communities:
Cupertino: $863,000-$3.8 million Los Altos: $1,698 million-$4,988 million Sunnyvale: $465,000-$1,999,999 San Jose: $704,950-$4.3 million Menlo Park: $928,000-$5,498 million Woodside: $1,198 million-$69.8 million (Note: price ranges may include condos and townhomes)
Clearly, there’s something for everybody in Woodside. Let’s look at the least and most expensive homes.
This is a three-bedroom, three-bath property configured as two units. Located on a private cul-de-sac, there’s a total of 1,880 square feet inside the main house with a lot size of 27,704 square feet.
The main house features an expansive living room and fireplace with lovely forest views from a panoramic window. Other amenities include a hobby room, partial basement, parking for boats and RVs, two-car garage and fenced grounds. The adjacent cottage is move-in ready.
This is the famous Flood Estate, built in 1941 by James Flood, and it has never before been on the market. It’s a huge 9,000 square feet with nine bedrooms and eight and a half baths. The grounds are made up of three parcels, all totaling more than 90 acres.
The property is bordered by Huddart Park and features breathtaking land with rolling hills replete with majestic oaks. Amenities include a fabulous master suite, formal dining room, steam/hot water and gas heat, laundry room, cul-de-sac location, traditional and Colonial architecture and much more.
Whether you’re looking to spend in the low seven figures or well up into eight figures, Woodside is a community worth getting to know. With such an eclectic price range, elegant residential living and access to all that Silicon Valley has to offer, the majority of buyers can find the home of their dreams here in Woodside.