$117.5 Million, Mountain Home Road, Woodside, Calif.
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$117.5 Million, Mountain Home Road, Woodside, Calif.

$117.5 Million. The neoclassical 9,000-square-footer was never  officially listed for sale, but it held the title of "most expensive" sale in the U.S.  Back in 2013 when private equity top dog Tully Friedman handed the keys to Japan's no.2 richest man Masayoshi Son, CEO of Softbank. Built by architect Allan Greenberg in 2005, the hilltop Silicone Valley property with 360 views features tennis courts, formal gardens, pool house and a detached library is neighbors to a mess of billionaire tech giants. (Think: Oracle's Larry Ellison.)

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