In the early 1980’s, Mr. Hewlett, the founder of Hewlett Packard, was looking for the very best location on the San Francisco Peninsula to build his dream home. He found 26 acres on the top plateau of the hillsides, with a 300 degree view of the area. Adjacent to two open space preserves, this is a very private and memorable place. The views of Silicon Valley and all the way up to the city of San Francisco are unparalleled.
The single story home has had a fire late in Mr. Hewlett’s life and needed a complete overhaul. The exterior remained the same, but the interiors were completed gutted and rebuilt for a family of 4. With only 8 rooms on the main level, all rooms are wonderfully scaled with dramatic ceilings and striking views.
The clients wanted an Italian feel, which befit the hillside surroundings, and preferred a refined interior with hints of Venice. The firm of Gordon + Greineder of San Francisco created extraordinary architecture and Jane Antonacci Interior Design Joined the team at the onset of the design phase.
Rare antiques and art, as well as couture furnishings created specifically to the families taste complete the exquisite interiors.