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ATHERTON Extraordinary craftsmanship with open, ﬂowing design & museum-quality lighting. Formal living, dining, billiard, library & family rooms. Wine cellar & home theater. Underground 4-car garage, cabana & art studio.
ATHERTON Grand estate with 3 levels above ground on a private 1.6+ acre ﬂag lot. 5bd/6+ba. Pool/spa, Tennis court, Cabana with sauna. Two detached garages. Las Lomitas Schools.
WOODSIDE 5bd/4ba Serene & private 1.6 acre setting with expansive views of the Bay located at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac. Updated contemporary style with an open light ﬁlled ﬂoor plan. Four + bedrooms on main level with 2nd Master suite and ofﬁce/nursery on upper level. Beautiful grounds include pool, patios, lush lawns & gardens. Don’t miss this very special property. $3,950,000
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Frances Bohannon Nelson, 91
rances Bohannon Nelson, a resident of Woodside for 55 years and a Peninsula real estate icon and philanthropist, died in her sleep on Saturday, Nov. 23. She was 91. Born in Oakland in 1922, she was the eldest daughter of the late Ophelia Bohannon and the legendary real estate developer David D. Bohannon. After graduating from UC Berkeley, she began working with the Bohannon companies in 1943. She was named president of the Bohannon Development Company in 1975, and her leadership guided the growth of the company, the family said, including the expansion and enclosure of the Hillsdale Shopping Center in 1981, amid an economic recession. She and her husband Howard Nelson parented three children, Patricia Atassi, Linda Davis and Steven Nelson. Balancing work and family, she was active in public service. She served as regent and trustee of Santa Clara University, was on the Board of Governors of the Urban Land Institute, and on the