Building New Homes In Portola Valley

New Portola Valley Homes Sales Trends

New Portola Valley Homes - Sales History and Values

The often asked question is how much more is a new home worth than an older home. I've plotted a history of homes which were described as zero years old when they were sold. The graph above shows how much more the home sold for than when it was previously purchased. To make the graph more useful, the increased value of the new home is shown in dollars per square foot.

If you are considering building a new home in Portola Valley, you can compare your expected building cost to the above graph and estimate if your new home will be worth more than it costs you to build it.

Data for new Portola Valley home sales history and values.

New homes in Portola Valley
  MLS sales records are searched from 1998 until now, for homes with a reported age of 0.
  If the previous sales price is found, the sales history is reported below:


7704 sqft     apn: 079-101-320     Golden Oak
$609 increase per sqft     2011-03 : $6995000     2008-06 : $2300000     

6250 sqft     apn: 080-241-320     Buck Meadow
$0 increase per sqft     2007-09 : $4700000     2007-09 : $4700000     

4405 sqft     apn: 080-231-090     Vista Verde
$431 increase per sqft     2007-08 : $3200000     2004-05 : $1300000     

2250 sqft     apn: 077-152-250     La Cuesta
$344 increase per sqft     2005-05 : $1775000     2003-09 : $1000000     

2650 sqft     apn: 077-152-180     Berenda
$471 increase per sqft     2005-01 : $2100000     2000-05 : $852000     

4591 sqft     apn: 079-122-030     Bear Gulch
$0 increase per sqft     2004-11 : $3875000     2004-11 : $3875000     

7531 sqft     apn: 080-241-080     Redberry
$0 increase per sqft     2004-06 : $5825000     2004-06 : $5825000     

3600 sqft     apn: 079-191-100     Crescent
$178 increase per sqft     2003-02 : $2250000     2000-04 : $1610000     

2000 sqft     apn: 076-212-190     Santa Maria
$0 increase per sqft     2002-02 : $1310000     2002-02 : $1310000