1305 Westridge Drive
 
 

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Portola Valley Retreat

Enjoy the best of California indoor-outdoor living in this quintessential Portola Valley retreat.  Lush and beautifully landscaped grounds surround this sprawling home with a family-centric floor plan that provides a space for every need.  The sunroom can be enjoyed most of the year with the large glass doors wide open, or during cool weather, as a cozy place to sit by the fire while enjoying a view of the verdant landscape.  Other highlights include a beautiful kitchen that flows into a large family room, a children’s wing with its own sitting area, a second family room that opens onto the pool, and an ultimate must-see mudroom.  Rare opportunity to purchase a turn-key home on a flat and private lot in Portola Valley, minutes from Hwy 280.

 

OFFERED AT $5,998,000
5 BEDROOMS - 5.5 BATHROOMS
SQUARE FOOTAGE: ±5,542 SQUARE FEET | LOT SQUARE FOOTAGE: ±1.1 ACRES
NEIGHBORHOOD SCHOOLS: ORMONDALE ELEMENTARY, WOODSIDE HIGH (BUYER TO VERIFY ELIGIBILITY)

 

 

 
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The Neighborhood – Central Portola Valley

Central Portola Valley has a distinctly rural feel with oaks and chaparrals covering the hillsides. The terrain creates a wide variety of lot shapes and sizes with many homes built with multiple levels to take advantage of the beautiful views. The Westridge neighborhood has 2.5 acre minimum lots and backs onto the Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve.

 
 

Portola Valley, CA

Incorporated in 1964, Portola Valley began as an affordable location for artists and progressive academics looking for close proximity to Stanford and Palo Alto. Today, Portola Valley maintains its simple charm despite being listed consistently among the wealthiest places to live in the U.S.

Portola Valley offers a town experience unique in Silicon Valley. Public libraries, parks and recreational trails are numerous and well-supported. The outdoors plays a central role and residents fiercely protect their open space. The Portola Valley Town Center integrates seamlessly into its scenic surroundings and has won numerous awards for design and sustainability.

The town trail system lies at the very heart of the community, providing hiking, biking and equestrian opportunities for the town’s citizens, but also serving as an important walking tie to neighbors, shopping and city schools. The Windy Hill Open Space Preserve offers additional backcountry access and incredible scenery. Horses and equestrian activity are present throughout town with multiple boarding and riding clubs, as well as horse trails that traverse the community and extend into portions of the Mid-Peninsula Open Space District.

The unobtrusive Valley Center is anchored by the locally-owned Robert’s Market. Here both residents and cycling visitors gather to “fuel up” on groceries, prepared gourmet meals and coffee. A gas station, hardware store, and professional services offices round out the center.
Portola Valley is a great combination of seclusion, outdoor living, natural environment and convenience. It’s a place that ought to be hundreds of mile away, but lies only a couple of minutes from everything on the Peninsula. Its rural, outdoor lifestyle offers sanctuary from the hustle and bustle of Silicon Valley.