For around $14 million, a wealthy bidder can lay claim to the commanding, 7,700 square foot hillside estate of the late Silicon Valley legend Robert Noyce. For those less inclined toward history, agents say the 4.6-acre property can be easily subdivided into four lots and developed into new estates.

The Los Altos estate has been on the market since 2018, originally listing for $21.8 million. It now goes up for an online auction in June.

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Photos by Dai Sugano (Bay Area News Group)

An exterior view of the Los Altos estate once owned by Intel founder and Silicon Valley legend Robert Noyce is photographed on May 17, 2021, in Los Altos, Calif. 
An interior view on the 1st floor 
Intel’s board of directors met in this room for years. 
The kitchen area 
Man-made ponds, now drained, where Noyce and his family kayaked and swam. 
The vineyard 
Los Altos Golf & Country Club’s golf course is seen from the Los Altos estate. 
The kitchen area 
The light fixtures in the kitchen area 
An interior view on the 1st floor 
A child’s room 


One of the bedrooms in the Los Altos estate 
A view of one of the bathrooms 
An exterior view of the estate 
Sotheby’s International Realty agent Arthur Sharif shows this news organization the tennis court of the Los Altos estate. 
An interior view of the estate 

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