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â€˜KINDâ€™ PEST CONTROL ... Teresa Lavell will offer a free class on â€œSafe, Effective Pest Controlâ€? from 10:30 a.m. to noon on Saturday, June 2, at Common Ground, 559 College Ave., Palo Alto. In partnership with the City of Palo Alto Watershed Protection and the Our Water, Our World program, the class will offer kind and pet-friendly ways to manage ants, slugs and other garden pests and diseases. Pre-registration is required. Information: 650-493-6072 or http:// safeandeffectivepestcontrol.eventbrite.com/ or www.cleanbay.org
IRRIGATION BASICS ... Juan Garcia of WaterWise Consulting, Inc., will offer a free class on â€œIrrigation Basics for the Homeownerâ€? from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, June 9. Sponsored by City of Palo Alto Utilities, the class will be held in the Lucie Stern Community Center Community Room, 1305 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto. The class will cover components and layout of the system, common problems, (continued on page 43)
Palo Alto architect Joseph Bellomo designed the House Arc as a 150-square-foot flexible living space. by Carol Blitzer ome may see the oblong structure as a future cabana, writerâ€™s hideaway or an extra bedroom in the backyard. But Sunset will be showcasing Palo Alto architect Joseph Bellomoâ€™s House Arc as the â€œUltimate Outdoor Living Roomâ€? during the 15th annual Celebration Weekend June 2-3. Triggered by the sudden need for housing post-Katrina, Bellomo designed a prototype that he called â€œlight-handed, economical, (using) light construction methodology.â€? Made of recycled steel tubing, 3form thermoplastic resin, Western red cedar and aluminum sliding doors on two sides, the 150-square-foot home comes in a flat-packed kit that can be delivered by truck. After two to three days of construction, itâ€™ll become an 8-foot by 18.5-foot structure, 11 feet tall. While the wealthy could use the â€œhouseâ€? â€” which is priced between $55,000 and $75,000, depending on cost of materials, custom finishes and number of units ordered â€” as a backyard
Sunset Celebration Weekend offers inspiration for â€˜greenâ€™ homeimprovement projects
spa or office, Bellomo was really thinking in terms of farm housing, or perhaps as stockpiled emergency housing for a severe seismic event or hurricane. â€œItâ€™s housing for everyone, in a gracious manner,â€? he said. Thereâ€™s room inside for a bed (or bunkbed), plus a desk or storage units and a chair or two. The structure is topped with a curved cedar trellis, where one could even train wisteria. That first prototype is now used as a spare bedroom for a family in Hawaii. Bellomo calls his housing model â€œaffordable, adaptable and expandable.â€? One can add plumbing to make it livable, push out one side to expand it or build two side-by-side â€” kind of like a double-wide trailer. â€œItâ€™s remarkably more spacious than when you first look at it,â€? he said. Because he is very focused on â€œgreenâ€? building, Bellomo said the steel tubing will be manu(continued on page 43)
NATIVE PLANT WALK ... with Frank Niccoli will be offered from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. on Thursday, June 7, meeting at the Gamble Garden Carriage House, 1431 Waverley St., Palo Alto. Niccoli, owner of The Village Gardener and on the faculty of Foothill Collegeâ€™s Ornamental Horticultural Program, will walk around Gamble Garden and talk about texture, structure, color of blooms, fragrance and cultural requirements of native plants. Cost is $35 for nonmembers, $25 for members. Information: 650-3291356 or www.gamblegarden.org
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WATERWISE PLANTS ... UCCE Master Gardeners will give a free talk on â€œOutstanding Waterwise Plants for the Spring and Summer Gardenâ€? from 10 to 11 a.m. on Saturday, June 2, at the Palo Alto Demonstration Garden, 851 Center Drive, Palo Alto. Gardeners will point out the outstanding performers in the demonstration garden and show how to use them in home landscape. Information: Master Gardeners at 408-2823105, between 9:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m., Monday through Friday or http://mastergardeners.org
FREE FABRIC ... The next FabMo free fabric distribution event is Thursday, June 7, 4:30 to 8 p.m.; Friday, June 8, 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday, June 9, 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Appointments are required, to help manage the crowds (Email firstname.lastname@example.org with preferred date and time), but some drop-in hours are included. The distribution, with a requested donation, takes place at 2423 Old Middlefield Way, Mountain View. Volunteer greeters and sorters are also needed. Information: www. fabmo.org
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The House Arc, which will be displayed during the Sunset Celebration Weekend June 2-3, is made of recycled steel tubing, 3form thermoplastic resin, Western red cedar and aluminum sliding doors.
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basic maintenance and irrigating trees while keeping low water usage. Information: 650-329-2241 (pre-registration required) SUMMER SCHOOL ... This summer Palo Alto Adult School will be offering classes in â€œHow to Manage Your Kitchen or Bath Remodelâ€? (Mollyanne Sherman, Tuesdays, 6:30-9 p.m., June 12-July 17, Palo Alto High School, Room 1708, $105 + $30 materials fee); â€œFloral Design with Ikebanaâ€? (Thanh Kosen Nguyen, Tuesdays, 1-4 p.m., June 12-July 17, Greendell P2, $45 + $50 flower materials fee); â€œGardening in Summerâ€? (Sherri Bohan, Wednesdays, 10 a.m.-noon, June 13-July 18, Cubberley A-2, $35 + $2 materials fee); â€œUpholstering: Basic Techniquesâ€? (Marjorie DuBois, Ann Laveroni and Kathleen Koenig, Tuesdays, 9 a.m.-2:30 p.m., June 12-July 17 or Thursdays, June 14-July 19, Palo Alto High School Upholstering Room 904, $125). Information: 650-329-3752 or www.paadultschool.org N Send notices of news and events related to real estate, interior design, home improvement and gardening to Home Front, Palo Alto Weekly, P.O. Box 1610, Palo Alto, CA 94302, or email cblitzer@ paweekly.com. Deadline is one week before publication.
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factured in either Oregon or San Luis Obispo. And 3form can imbed photovoltaic cells in its siding materials so the whole structure becomes â€œa PV generator,â€? he said. This example of the House Arc was built off-site, but will be delivered to Sunset in time for Celebration Weekend. There the nearly 2-ton structure will be attached to the ground by soil screws, elevated 14 inches for air circulation, then surrounded by Trex decking. That steel tubing may look familiar to anyone whoâ€™s seen the Bike Arc around Palo Alto, which was developed by Joe Bellomo with Jeff Selzer of Palo Alto Bicycles as a compact bike rack. Bellomo is currently working on two modular homes in Palo Alto, edging away from the concept of custom building. â€œThere are too many trips,â€? he said, noting that a typical construction job could add up to 10,000 trips, between the concrete trucks, the construction workers and the inspectors. By designing homes that can be built in grids off site, he can radically cut down on the traffic to the home site. Bellomoâ€™s House Arc fits right in with the Sunset Celebration Weekendâ€™s emphasis on use of green materials and manufacturing techniques, as well as its theme of â€œFresh from the West.â€? More than 20,000 visitors are expected to attend. On the program are exhibits by celebrity chefs and Sunset editors on the IKEA Cooking Stage (from baby back
ribs and crab potato pancakes to chocolate) and the Safeway Outdoor Kitchen (Calafia crimson quinoa salad with citrus basil vinaigrette), as well as wine seminars. The Garden & Outdoor Living Stage will deal with everything from â€œCreating the ultimate backyard retreatâ€? to â€œVeggies in small spaces.â€? Other presentations reflect the magazineâ€™s content with travel tips and home-improvement ideas, including do-it-yourself projects and re-purposing materials. There will also be hands-on activities for adults and kids (paint a terra cotta garden pot or learn to make grilled pear and gorgonzola cheese flatbread). But no pets are allowed. A full schedule is available on the website, www.sunset.com/cw. N Associate Editor Carol Blitzer can be emailed at email@example.com. What: Sunset Celebration Weekend When: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday, June 2, and Sunday, June 3 Where: 80 Willow Road, Menlo Park Cost: $16 general admission; $14 for seniors (60+); free for children 12 and under; $1 off if you park at Facebook, ride Caltrain or come by bicycle; a portion of proceeds benefits Childrenâ€™s Health Council Parking: Free bus from Facebook parking lot (1601 Willow Road, Menlo Park); bicycle corral at corner of Middlefield and Willow roads; valet bicycle parking by Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition; free shuttle from Menlo Park Caltrain station Info: 800-786-7375, www.sunset.com; for information on the House Arc, visit http://bellomoarchitects.com/projects. html#modular.
HOME SALES Home sales are provided by California REsource, a real estate information company that obtains the information from the County Recorderâ€™s Office. Information is recorded from deeds after the close of escrow and published within four to eight weeks.
East Palo Alto 2145 Euclid Ave. Guzman Trust to M. Velasquez for $255,000 on 4/27/12; previous sale 12/92, $113,000 1128 Jervis Ave. M. & A. Argueta to J. Rodriguez for $265,000 on 4/26/12; previous sale 10/03, $425,000
Los Altos 628 Almond Ave. Gilliland Trust to Ling Trust for $1,700,000 on 5/4/12; previous sale 6/02, $1,219,000 2015 Crist Drive Pronovate Limited to B. & L. Shong for $1,437,000 on 5/9/12; previous sale 6/07, $1,325,000 1750 Lantis Lane PorterNielsen Trust to E. & A. Brown for $1,595,000 on 5/8/12; previous sale 10/81, $259,000 240 Los Altos Ave. D. & C. Bohm to A. & C. Ma for $3,275,000 on 5/8/12; previous sale 6/93, $522,500 287 Quinnhill Road E. & M. Katchour to M. Zare for $2,300,000 on 5/8/12; previous sale 3/05, $2,350,000 1439 Todd St. W. Lin to Y. Tai for $1,128,000 on 5/8/12
Los Altos Hills 27470 Black Mountain Road Kruep Trust to L. Yang for $2,285,000 on 5/7/12; previous sale 3/11, $2,200,000
Menlo Park 628 8th Ave. US Bank to J. & E. Cornwell for $480,000 on 4/20/12;
previous sale 12/03, $549,000
Mountain View 1623 Bonita Ave. Fetter Trust to P. Laligand for $1,125,000 on 5/7/12; previous sale 9/07, $1,000,000 1223 Christobal Privada Magoon Trust to M. Agarwal for $1,080,000 on 5/9/12 110 College St. Dsla Mortgage Loan Trust to J. Cheng for $380,000 on 5/8/12; previous sale 12/97, $196,000 2349 Jane Lane Merrill Trust to E. Yao for $765,000 on 5/8/12; previous sale 11/05, $679,000 298 Jessie Lane Roberson Trust to K. & M. Kujawa for $895,000 on 5/3/12 500 W. Middlefield Road #164 Federal National Mortgage to D. Mauro for $235,000 on 5/4/12; previous sale 8/05, $350,000 197 Ortega Ave. E. Mullen to R. Bowen for $725,000 on 5/3/12; previous sale 11/96, $269,000 219 Ortega Ave. Y. & Y. Kwok to D. & M. Sawyer for $695,000 on 5/9/12
Palo Alto 641 East Meadow Drive Kember Trust to P. & B. Ganesh for $1,200,000 on 5/7/12 126 Ferne Ave. P. Ramsbottom to J. Wang for $710,000 on 5/4/12; previous sale 7/98, $1,000,000
Portola Valley 465 Wayside Road Dixon Trust to A. Williams for $1,100,000 on 4/20/12
Redwood City 254 5th Ave. #D E. Esquivel to J. Lopez for $237,000 on 4/23/12 636 Bair Island Road #314 One Marina Homes to B. & Y. Papay for $670,500 on 4/27/12 6 Dana Point Court M. Olsen
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Home & Real Estate (continued from previous page) to V. & A. Rawat for $1,105,000 on 4/25/12; previous sale 5/06, $1,262,000 30 Grand St. Epstein Trust to S. & P. Jaradeh for $1,510,000 on 4/27/12; previous sale 6/96, $611,500 3025 Hastings Ave. Moser Trust to J. Theriot for $850,000 on 4/25/12; previous sale 8/03, $685,000 1805 Hopkins Ave. D. & L. Prosch to D. & L. Winslow for $1,050,000 on 4/27/12; previous sale 6/99, $445,000 2011 Hopkins Ave. R. & O. Rodas to Johnson Trust for $1,175,000 on 4/26/12; previous sale 9/06, $1,490,000 528 Hurlingame Ave. B. Avila to A. Madrigal for $217,000 on 4/25/12; previous sale 9/06, $391,000 1438 Macdonald St. Markey Trust to Madavi Trust for $815,000 on 4/26/12 1841 Maddux Drive Leigh Trust to W. & T. Chapin for $654,500 on 4/24/12; previous sale 3/02, $264,000 230 Madrone St. Aurora Loan Services to Relyon Pro Limited for $369,000 on 4/20/12; previous sale 1/92, $216,000 162 Positano Circle US Bank to L. Palmer for $700,000 on 4/27/12; previous sale 3/04, $650,000 423 Sequoia Ave. Hinsdale Trust to M. & B. Rickert for $920,000 on 4/26/12; previous sale 6/06, $1,032,000
Woodside 205 Whiskey Hill Road Triterra Investment Portfolio to Q. Su for $2,175,000 on 4/24/12
FORECLOSURES Foreclosures are provided by California REsource, a real estate information company that obtains the information from the County Recorderâ€™s Office. The date is the recorded date of the deed when the lender took title to the property. The price is what the lender paid
for it (usually the mortgage balance plus foreclosure fees). Each property is now owned by the lender and is for sale, or will be for sale soon, individually or through public auction. Individuals should contact a Realtor for further information.
Menlo Park 765 Ivy Drive Maywood Construction, 5/01/12, $323,200, 1,562 sf, 5 bd
Sunnyvale 817 Borregas Ave. Turn Key Asset, 5/10/12, $428,000, 1,381 sf, 4 bd 1271 Poplar Ave. #106 Realty Investment Group, 5/08/12, $311,459, 1,042 sf, 2 bd
BUILDING PERMITS Menlo Park 1335 Corinne Lane R. Rider, remodel master bath, remove and replace two windows in master bedroom, $35,000 898 Santa Cruz Ave. Bacciocco Enterprises LLC, interior remodel of existing restaurant and storefront change-out, $150,000 335 Concord Drive T. Jones, replace main electrical panel, $2,500 1449 Laurel St. G. Hyde, temporary power pole, $500 849 Roble Ave. #3 N. Olson, replace wall furnace, relocate with new gas and electric lines, $5,000 227 Elliott S. & T. Rosenthal, kitchen remodel, $40,000 1477 Woodland Ave. C. Martin, repair sewer line, $5,000 1530 Bay Laurel Drive W. Noryko, temporary power pole, $100 217 Blackburn Ave. J. Plankinton, remodel kitchen, remove one interior wall, install one exterior wall, $40,000 1055 Lassen Drive M. Lewis, upgrade electric service from 100 to 200 amp, $2,000 325 Sharon Park Drive Radin Co., install new pressure-reducing valve, $450 889 Woodland Ave. J. Broida, replace furnace and duct system, $6,900
950 Sherman Ave. J. Fenton, replace knob-and-tube wiring in bathroom and bedroom and add light fixtures to hallway, $1,500 12 Campbell Lane Leland Stanford Jr. University, re-roof single-family home, $37,950 2490 Sand Hill Road Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation, replace shake roof, $46,824 1219 Windermere Ave. Bank of America, kitchen and bath remodel, re-roof, remove non- conforming structures, $30,000 1220 Carlton Ave. Habitat for Humanity, remodel kitchen, bath, seven windows, re-roof, $30,000 1505 Adams Drive Menlo Business Park LLC, relocate lab areas and separate tenants, $125,000 1052 Sonoma Ave. N. Evans & W. Devine, upgrade electric service to 200 amp, $1,800 2199 Clayton Drive Cupertino Development Corp., new 3,283-sq.-ft. single-family house with a 410-sq.ft. attached garage, $685,000 431 Laurel St. J. Dunne, new skylights and lighting in living and dining room, $120,000 154 Laurel Ave. C. Brunk, install EVSE, car charger, $700 328 Lexington Drive Lazar Trust, remove/replace furnace, $5,000 1090 Klamath Drive J. Ryan, sewer-line replacement, $7,500 501 Laurel St. City of Menlo Park, new detached trash enclosure for new gymnastics center, $3,500 4200 Bohannon Drive WSC Menlo Oaks Investors LLC, commercial tenant improvement, $225,000 597 Willow Road D. Nellesen, remodel master bath, $32,000 735 Windsor Drive D. Louth, new roof-mounted solar photo system, $51,805 200 San Mateo Drive F. Shakib, single-story residential addition and remodel, $151,000 836 Live Oak Ave. S. Shawn, 29sq.-ft. addition and alternation of two-story residence, $83,500 1381 Woodland Ave. N. Chopra, remodel kitchen, $60,000 508 Pope St. J. Scolnick, replace water line from meter, $900 2500 Sand Hill Road Sand Hill
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SALES AT A GLANCE East Palo Alto
Total sales reported: 2 Lowest sales price: $255,000 Highest sales price: $265,000
Total sales reported: 2 Lowest sales price: $710,000 Highest sales price: $1,200,000
Total sales reported: 6 Lowest sales price: $1,128,000 Highest sales price: $3,275,000
Los Altos Hills
Total sales reported: 1 Lowest sales price: $1,100,000 Highest sales price: $1,100,000
Total sales reported: 1 Lowest sales price: $2,285,000 Highest sales price: >$2,285,000
Total sales reported: 13 Lowest sales price: $217,000 Highest sales price: $1,510,000
Total sales reported: 1 Lowest sales price: $480,000 Highest sales price: $480,000
Total sales reported: 1 Lowest sales price: $2,175,000 Highest sales price: $2,175,000 Source: California REsource
Mountain View Total sales reported: 8 Lowest sales price: $235,000 Highest sales price: $1,125,000
Place Association Sub-Lessee, new demising wall to separate existing office, $45,000
Palo Alto 952 Colonial Lane G & T. Marquart, 300-sq.-ft. addition, $55,000 1501 Page Mill Road Hewlett Packard, interior improvements for walls, ceilings, lighting and finishes, $1,168,000 855 El Camino Real Town & Country Village, new electric panel, wall and storefront door, $80,000 3431 Hillview Ave Stanford Real Estate, tenant improvement and exterior renovation, $9,000,000 900 Blake Wilbur Drive Stanford Hospital and Clinic, interior improvements to existing medical office, $217,000 3145 Porter Drive, Bldg. B Stanford University, new walls, doors, lighting, HVAC, 823 sq. ft., $99,999
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3130 Hansen Way Varian Medical, new two-story amenity building including cafeteria, fitness center and lecture hall, 30,293 sq. ft., $10,500,000 975 California Ave. PSAI Realty, new lobby and elevator, $99,000 180 El Camino Real NM Properties Group, replace rooftop cooling units with new models, $175,000 900 Blake Wilbur Drive Stanford Hospital & Clinics, tenant improvement to ground-floor lobby and corridor, new lighting, ducting, finishes and electrical work, $217,000 1010 Corporation Way Cap Rock LLC, spec space upgrade, $95,000 3188 Stelling Drive S. Ma, remodel two bathrooms, replace five windows, $20,000 3755 Redwood Circle I. Cheng, pool demolition, $n/a 722 Gailen Ave. F. Levenback, add mods to existing #5 total PV array, $n/a 364 S. California Ave. Bass Investment LLC, install tankless water heater, extend gas line to unit, $n/a 4160 Briarwood Way C. McKillop, remodel kitchen and install tankless electric water heater, $5,000 180 Monroe Drive J. Martin, replace window with door, new patio and outdoor kitchen, $40,000 2060 Webster St. J. Gray, retrofit chimney/fireplace, $6,000 557 E. Crescent A. & R. Johnson, add bathroom to existing space, 150 sq. ft., $20,000 1137 Fife Ave. A. & U. Bellary, add barbecue/buffet with sink with ejector pump to existing house sewer line, $n/a 2701 Greer St. B. & N. Wade, replace all windows with doublepaned windows, install new siding, $45,000 873 Clara Drive C. Price, remodel bath, $13,000 432 W. Meadow Drive C. Lorenz,
replace foundation and repair work for existing detached two-story accessory building, $15,000 1185 Skyline Blvd. Midpeninsula Open Space, new deck, $18,000 2103 Amherst St. A. Ross, remodel bathroom, $9,000 100 Hamilton Ave. ECI Hamilton LLC, replace roof top chiller, $n/a 1184 Palo Alto Ave. K. Cooper & G. Zehr, remodel upstairs bathroom, remove first-floor powder room and create new powder room out of closet, 4143 sq. ft., $32,382 3141 Morris Ave. P. Slakey, add single circuit to new 96-sq.-ft. storage shed, $n/a 3145 Porter Drive, Bldg. E Stanford University, new wall, door, lighting, HVAC, $60,000 187 Walter Hays Drive T. Cheng, remodel kitchen, retrofit window, $20,000 850 Guinda St.C. Rivas, add 72sq.-ft. shower stall, extend upstairs bedroom, $20,000 265 Lytton Ave. A-9, demolition of non-structural partitions and finishes, $10,280 671 Bryson Ave. M. Seiders & C. Tracy, add second story, remodel first story, demolish detached garage, 2652 sq. ft., $172,003 3421 Hillview Ave. VM Ware, new city secondary electrical transformer, service entrance switchboard, new exit doors, $50,000 2115 Edgewood Drive V. Vi, remodel kitchen and bathroom, laundry area addition, $n/a 811 Channing Ave. A. Hertel, addition to hall bath, new ceiling fixtures, replace all windows, $23,000; convert two car garage to one car and re-roof, $n/a 831 Kipling St. J. Starr, replace single-pane windows with dual pane, replace kitchen cabinets, install washer, dryer and plumbing and electrical, replace sliding door, $15,000
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Currently listed â€“ 23 Belbrook Way, Atherton â€“ $9,995,000 Almost new 10,000 +/- sq ft 6 bedroom, 5 bath home featuring game room, Hollywood style theatre, separate guest house on a 1 & Â˝ acre lot.
Currently listed â€“ 55 Stadler Drive, Woodside â€“ $2,295,000
Currently listed â€“ 600 Hobart, Menlo Park â€“ $3,495,000
On a sought after street in prime west Menlo, this well maintained home has 2 luxurious master suites, formal dining room, family room and a ďŹ nished basement.
Sale Pending â€“ 1797 Oakdell Drive, Menlo Park â€“ $3,195,000 Sold with multiple offers
On top of the world from this contemporary home with the most beautiful views in the Bay area! This 6 bedroom home is an ideal family home and perfect for entertaining.
Sale Pending â€“ 1982 Dakin Street, Menlo Park â€“ $2,249,000
5 bedroom, 3.5 Bath Mediterranean style West Menlo home designed by Dennis Oâ€™Connor. Marvelous great room & expansive backyard allow for seamless indoor/outdoor entertaining.
Sold â€“ 1550 Mariposa Avenue, Palo Alto â€“ $1,195,000
Sold with multiple offers
Sold with multiple offers
5 bedroom, 3.5 bath home on a landscaped wraparound yard w/ multiple patios, fruit trees & roses. Detached 2 story cottage.
Charming Spanish Style 2 bedroom bungalow with sunroom in desirable Southgate neighborhood. Close to Stanford & Palo Alto High School.
Sold â€“ 115 Gloria Circle, Menlo Park â€“ $3,250,000
Sold â€“ 27055 Appaloosa, Los Altos Hills â€“ $2,495,000
Sold with multiple offers
Custom built home in the sought after Vintage Oaks neighborhood offers 5 bedrooms, kitchen/ family room opening to the sparkling pool and a ďŹ nished basement.
3 bedroom, 2 full & 2 half bath home situated on top of a quiet cul-de-sac in one of Los Altos Hills most desirable locations.
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