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Sweeping $10 MILLION Green Gables estate that has been in the same family for more than a CENTURY finally hits the market – boasting SEVEN houses and a Roman-style pool

One of California’s largest historic estates has hit the market for a staggering $110 million.

Famous for hosting European royalty, US senators and luxury galas, the 74-acre estate known as Green Gables is located in the ultra-affluent area of ​​Woodside, California.

The property features seven separate homes spread across the grounds, with a total of 34 bedrooms and 26 bathrooms.

The estate has been owned by the Fleishhackers since about 1911, when San Francisco businessman and industrialist Mortimer Fleishhacker commissioned the architectural firm Greene and Greene to design a country getaway for his family.

Green Gables, one of the largest estates in California, has hit the market for a staggering $110 million

“In the summer, the mountains (Santa Cruz) keep the San Francisco fog at bay, allowing daytime highs to reach 80 degrees,” current co-owner Marc Fleishhacker limped out of the building.

“In the summer, the mountains (Santa Cruz) keep the San Francisco fog at bay, allowing daytime highs to reach 80 degrees,” current co-owner Marc Fleishhacker limped out of the building.

The main house on the property offers nine bedrooms and seven and a half bathrooms

The main house on the property offers nine bedrooms and seven and a half bathrooms

The estate dates to 1911, when San Francisco industrialist Mortimer Fleishhacker commissioned architectural firm Greene and Greene to design a country getaway for his family.

The estate dates to 1911, when San Francisco industrialist Mortimer Fleishhacker commissioned architectural firm Greene and Greene to design a country getaway for his family.

According to Mortimer Fleishhacker's great-grandson, Marc, who currently co-owns the property, Mortimer (pictured) began looking for a place to build a family estate in the countryside outside San Francisco in 1908.

According to Mortimer Fleishhacker’s great-grandson, Marc, who currently co-owns the property, Mortimer (pictured) began looking for a place to build a family estate in the countryside outside San Francisco in 1908.

Green Gables has been home to the Fleishhacker family for more than a century

Green Gables has been home to the Fleishhacker family for more than a century

The property was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1986

The property was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1986

Since then it has served as a home for subsequent generations of the Fleishhackes, with the property remaining in the family for more than a century.

Since then it has served as a home for subsequent generations of the Fleishhackes, with the property remaining in the family for more than a century.

Between 1911 and the 1930s, the family expanded the property from the original lot to the expansive vista it encompasses today.

Between 1911 and the 1930s, the family expanded the property from the original lot to the expansive vista it encompasses today.

The property also has its own reservoir

The property also has its own reservoir

Outdoor architectural features are flanked by lush flora

Outdoor architectural features are flanked by lush flora

A 100-meter Roman swimming pool is one of the most rarefied features of the advertisement

A 100-meter Roman swimming pool is one of the most rarefied features of the advertisement

In addition to the Roman pool, the property offers three standard pools

In addition to the Roman pool, the property offers three standard pools

The site spans an impressive 74 acres in the ultra-affluent area of ​​Woodside, California

The site spans an impressive 74 acres in the ultra-affluent area of ​​Woodside, California

Since then it has served as a residence for subsequent generations of the Fleishhackes, with the property remaining in the family for more than a century.

Current co-owner Marc Fleishhacker, great-grandson of Mortimer, explains Forbes on the origins of the property: ‘(Mortimer) was looking for a place to build a family residence for generations.

“Starting in 1908, his driver took him to view properties where the fog ended, and he found Woodside, a beautiful setting against the Santa Cruz Mountains. In the summer, the mountains keep the San Francisco fog at bay, allowing daytime highs to reach around 80 degrees.”

Between 1911 and the 1930s, the family expanded the property from the original lot to the expansive vista it encompasses today.

The two-story main house consists of nine bedrooms and seven and a half bathrooms and spans nearly 12,000 square feet.

The entrance leads into a grand foyer, with an expansive kitchen and an adjacent butler’s pantry just steps away.

At just over 6,300 square feet, Wurster House is the second largest home on site.

The rustic home offers six beds, four bathrooms and two half-bathrooms, as well as a library, mudroom and four-car garage.

For novice riders, Green Gables has a stable and tack room, as well as three horses

For novice riders, Green Gables has a stable and tack room, as well as three horses

There are a total of seven separate homes spread across the site.  The photo shows a dining area

There are a total of seven separate homes spread across the site. The photo shows a dining area

The main house consists of two floors, while most of the other houses consist of one floor

The main house consists of two floors, while most of the other houses consist of one floor

Many architectural details remained unchanged from the original construction

Many architectural details remained unchanged from the original construction

There are a total of 34 bedrooms across all properties, with unrivaled outdoor space - including spectacular grounds filled with flower and vegetable gardens

There are a total of 34 bedrooms across all properties, with unrivaled outdoor space – including spectacular grounds filled with flower and vegetable gardens

There are also 26 bathrooms in total.  The Green Gables has hosted important people from all over the world, including European royalty, US senators, congressional representatives and business leaders

There are also 26 bathrooms in total. The Green Gables has hosted important people from all over the world, including European royalty, US senators, congressional representatives and business leaders

The ranch-style Olive Grove Home, at just under 3,000 square feet, comes with four beds—and no less luxurious than its neighboring buildings in Green Gables.

There is also the five-bedroom Oak Valley Home, the two-bedroom Craftsman Home, the three-bedroom Craftsman Barn Home and the two-bedroom Estate Manager’s Home.

The homes include unparalleled outdoor space, with spectacular grounds full of flower and vegetable gardens.

With this there is a Roman pool of more than 100 meters, a lily pond and three additional standard pools, as well as a private reservoir.

For novice riders, Green Gables has a stable and tack room, as well as three horses.

Elsewhere, Greene’s folly is a two-story building, previously developed for Bella Fleishhacker, and used to churn butter and make cream produced by the estate’s dairy cows.

The Green Gables has hosted important people from around the world, including European royalty, U.S. Senators, Congressional representatives and business leaders.

In 1965, the estate hosted the commemorative gala for the 20th anniversary of the United Nations.

It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1986. As a result, much of the architecture remains unchanged since the structures were originally built.

The mention is held by Mauricio Umansky at The Agency.