Take A Look Inside The Massive Home Elon Musk Is Selling In San Francisco For $37.5 Million

Elon Musk Selling Home In San Francisco For 37 Million Look Inside

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  • Elon Musk is following through on his pledge to sell all of his “physical possessions.”
  • Musk refers to this 9-bedroom, 9.5-bathroom home as a “special place.”
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Elon Musk, the man who said we will have put humans on Mars by the year 2026, if not sooner (and that said he would have one million robotaxis on the road in 2020), is making good on his pledge to sell all of his “physical possessions” including his numerous homes.

Musk’s latest item up for bid is a massive property south of San Francisco in Hillsborough that he calls a “special place.”

The over 100 year-old, 12,380 square foot Mediterranean-style mansion Musk is selling on the property sits on a humongous 47.4 acre lot complete with Bay views, hiking trails, canyons, and a reservoir.

It was built in 1916 by Christian de Guigne II and comes with nine bedrooms, nine and a half bathrooms, a pool, a ballroom with 20-foot ceilings, a banquet dining room, a professional kitchen, a wine cellar, a liquor cellar, a detached 3-car garage, and a 8-car carport.

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Just as with the previous properties Musk has attempted to sell, he is not using a realtor to sell this home so if you have $37.5 million sitting around and are in the market for a new home in the Bay Area, then you’ll have to deal with the SpaceX founder personally.

He purchased the home in 2017 for $23,364,000 from Christian de Guigné IV after he initially listed the property for $100 million.

Elon Musk recently claimed that his only home will now be a $50,000 house that he rents in Boca Chica.

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