Nestled on its on 4.7acres sits one of the most unique and spectacular properties in Los Altos HIls. Built in 1960 this landmark estate known as the Corbetta estate was once reknowned for its lavish parties featuring well known people such as Shirley Temple, Duke Ellington and was an important part of the Democratic party hosting some of the area’s significant events. Known for its pod design, the Corbetta house was built by Luis Corbetta, a New Yorker who helped build the George Washington Bridge, the Pierre Hotel and the Dulles Airport in Washington, DC The land is designed with a tennis court, two lakes and a private beach. Many times in the history of the Corbetta estate, the upper lake was stocked with bass and bluegills by the California Fish and Game Department. At the far side of the upper lake an outdoor kitchen and gazebo are perfect for outdoor events. The current owners enjoy their grandchildren and friends in the upper lake – its like having a weekend home right in the back yard! The pod design is represented with most of the interior walls leaving no corners. The living room and kitchen are sun filled with full views to the lakes and the hills. Corbetta boasts 5 bedrooms and 4.5 baths. Corbetta’s 5th bedroom ensuite is on the lower level with its own entrance and away from the main residence bedrooms. It is a perct aupair or inlaw suite. The Docomomo International organization of structural integrity registered the Corbetta Estate for its construction design with 21’ piers and truly a home that can withstand the earth movement found in the northern California region. Incorporated in 1956, the Town of Los Altos Hills is a premier Silicon Valley residential community located adjacent to the City of Los Altos, thirty-five miles south of San Francisco, five miles south of Stanford University and seventeen miles north of downtown San Jose. The advocates of incorporation were dedicated to the "preservation of the rural atmosphere of the foothills and orderly and unhurried growth". The Docomomo International organization of structural integrity registered the Corbetta Estate for its construction design with 21’ piers and truly a home that can withstand the earth movement found in the northern California region.