Elon Musk takes his last house off the market 3 months after listing it
Elon Musk has sold almost all of his $100 million in real estate in order to focus only on Mars colonization. His final property in Hillsborough, California, near the San Francisco Bay area, which was advertised for a colossal $37.5 million in June, has now been taken off the market, according to the Post.
The historic mansion was purchased in 2017 for a stunning $23.4 million by the billionaire, who is estimated to be worth $193 billion from his many businesses. According to documents, it was withdrawn off the market on September 11th.
Musk stated in May 2020 that he would sell substantially all of his assets. “I’m selling almost all I own in this world. “Won’t own a house,” he tweeted.
The last mansion, which sits on 47 acres, was characterized by Musk as “a magical spot,” and he recommended that whoever bought it have a large family. On June 14, Tesla’s CEO tweeted:
“I made the decision to sell my last remaining home. A simple visit to a large family who would be dwelling there is all that is necessary. It’s a one-of-a-kind spot.”
He admitted to keeping the location for activities five days beforehand. Musk stated:
“I sold all of my residences save one in the Bay Area, which is rented out for events.
“We’re working on sustainable energy for Earth with Tesla, and we’re protecting the future of consciousness by making life multiplanetary with SpaceX. Boring’s traffic-fixing and Neuralink’s AI risk mitigation.”
In June, he also stated that he would not be using any agents and that any possible buyers would have to contact him directly.
The house has nine bedrooms and ten baths and is 16,000 square feet.
As indicated in the previous listing;
“Unobstructed Bay views, pool, hiking trails, canyons, and reservoir at this almost 100-year-old house. Ballroom, banquet dining area, and a professional kitchen that has been retained but has been totally modernized. There’s a detached 3-car garage, an 8-car carport, and plenty of parking in the motor court.”
Musk has already sold 12 other residences, including Gene Wilder’s estate, which he sold in October to Wilder’s nephew.