Real Estate

Sales at a glance: Highest sale goes over $5 million

 

The highest home sales was in Los Altos Hill, with a home selling for more than $5 million, according to this week's column.

For a detailed list of the area's sales in the past four to eight weeks, see Recent home sales.

East Palo Alto

Total sales reported:2

Lowest sales price:$580,000

Highest sales price:$690,000

Average sales price:$635,000

Los Altos

Total sales reported:7

Lowest sales price:$1,830,000

Highest sales price:$2,800,000

Average sales price:$2,210,000

Los Altos Hills

Total sales reported:5

Lowest sales price:$3,850,000

Highest sales price:$5,265,000

Average sales price:B $4,483,300==

Menlo Park

Total sales reported:3

Lowest sales price:$2,000,000

Highest sales price:$4,200,000

Average sales price:$3,194,330

Mountain View

Total sales reported:8

Lowest sales price:$599,000

Highest sales price:$2,619,000

Average sales price:$1,364,060

Palo Alto

Total sales reported:9

Lowest sales price:$1,525,000

Highest sales price:$4,300,000

Average sales price:$2,632,220

Portola Valley

Total sales reported:1

Sales price:$2,684,000

Woodside

Total sales reported:1

Sales price:$1,171,000

— Palo Alto Weekly Staff

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