On a street in Mountain View that is home to innovation, there is an inspiring live/work space. Within these walls, the early designs were inspired for Siri (before it was acquired by Apple), Yahoo’s famous front page, and autonomous driving vehicles. It’s also the perfect space for a home-school classroom, home office, yoga, or art studio.
The main house is an Eastlake Cottage Victorian which exudes historical character with doors from the famed San Francisco Cable Car powerhouse and redwood from the original Page Mill (after which Page Mill Rd. was named). It has been lovingly restored and updated to modern standards. Stained glass windows, hardwood floors and beveled glass cabinetry compliment the Sierra granite countertops and modern appliances.
The well defined outdoor spaces were intentionally designed to delight on a daily basis plus there’s a community garden planned for 2019 just down the street. Nearby Eagle Park provides a playground, year-round swimming pool, and open field.