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    Photo taken in 2012. The preservation group Palo Alto Stanford Heritage says the Spanish colonial-style building on Cowper Street was originally designed for a Levi Strauss heir.

    A Google executive paid $30 million to become the proud owner of a landmark Palo Alto home.

    It’s reportedly the highest price paid for a house in the city.

    The preservation group Palo Alto Stanford Heritage says the Spanish colonial-style building on Cowper Street was originally designed for a Levi Strauss heir.

    The realtor says they are not surprised by the price because there are only a few other properties in Palo Alto as big. The nearly 5,000-square-foot house sits on about an acre of land.

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