"WORLD-CLASS" - Historically known as the Chauncey Goodrich House and more recently referred to as the Hayfield House. In 1919 Mr. & Mrs. Chauncey Goodrich commissioned famed architect Julia Morgan to design their country home of approximately 12,500+/- square feet. Morgan lived in a rented house on the property while designing and overseeing the construction of the home. It is a California interpretation of an English country house, with front and rear porches giving easy access to extensive grounds. This English country manor is also complimented by a renovated 1,650+/- square foot guest house, also designed by Morgan, plus a newer addition of a detached garage suited for four cars. Morgan's vision was to create beautiful living spaces that combine style, sophistication, and comfort. Luxurious, yet approachable, and relevant to today's lifestyle. Sited on 5+/- impeccably landscaped flat acres. The "Hayfield House" is one of the finest prominent estates on the San Francisco Peninsula.