Elon Musk Is Selling His “Special” San Francisco Home for $37.5 Million

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Photo credit: Pascal Le Segretain - Getty Images
Photo credit: Pascal Le Segretain - Getty Images

After taking to Twitter last year to announce that he would be “selling almost all [of his] physical possessions” and “will own no house,” Elon Musk just listed his San Francisco home for sale, for $37.5 million.

The 47-acre property—which is located in the town of Hillsborough—boasts nine bedrooms and 9.5 bathrooms across 16,000 square feet. Musk initially put this abode on the market last year, but removed it in November. Amenities of the home include an outdoor pool, a ballroom, access to nearby hiking trails and canyons, a banquet dining room, a recently updated professional kitchen, and scenic views of the San Francisco Bay.

And this isn’t the only pad that the CEO of Tesla and SpaceX has put on the market as of late; last October, he sold a Bel Air dwelling (which was once Gene Wilder’s home) for $7 million, to none other than the famed actor’s nephew.

Musk—who purchased this home for $23.4 million in 2017—shared that the expansive property was for sale in a tweet, stating that he “decided to sell my last remaining house” because it “needs to go to a large family who will live there. It’s a special place.” He also mentioned that this home was “rented out for events,” indicating that he seemingly did not live here.

Interested in buying this Elon Musk-approved pad? It’s listed by the centibillionaire himself, so you will have to reach out to him to purchase it.

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