After bouncing on and off the market for four years, during which time its price was lowered by over $6M, Hillsborough's storied, expansive tudor estate known as House-on-Hill has sold for $22.8M. Built in 1932 for banking heir Celia Tobin Clark and owned by her family for the next 60 years, the mansion was last sold in 1992 for a measly $3.5M.
Curbed SF has the recent history of the home in full, which includes visits by presidents Nixon, Ford, Reagan, and Bush. Take an in-depth tour below, and note the imported parquet de Versailles flooring and the gold-gilt moldings in the Grand Music Room:
· Hillsborough's Storied House-on-Hill Estate Sells for $22.8M [Curbed SF]
· 40 Verbalee Lane [Official Site]