Structure Type: built works - dwellings - houses

Designers: Church, Thomas D. , Landscape Architect (firm); Thomas Dolliver Church (landscape architect)

Dates: constructed 1941

2 stories

331 Greer Road
Woodside, CA 94062

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Set on 85 acres, this residence housed the grandson of the Comstock mining millionaire, James Clair Flood (1826-1889), whose wealth, much of it amassed in the 1860s and 1870s, continued to be enjoyed by descendants into the 2010s. This two-story, Colonial Revival Style house, served James and Elizabeth Flood for 70 years. After Elizabeth's death in 2011, her estate placed the house and its acreage on sale for an asking price of $85 million.

Building Notes

The important Bay Region landscape architect, Thomas D. Church (1902-1978), laid out the gardens at this Flood Mansion.

PCAD id: 19824