Elon Musk lists his ‘special place’ in San Francisco for $37.5M

Real Estate

Last May, Elon Musk took to Twitter to reveal that he would be selling off his entire $100 million real estate portfolio to focus on his mission to Mars. 

And while he stuck true to his word and sold most of his properties, including Gene Wilder’s home, he held onto one particular residence for a little longer.

Located south of San Francisco, the mansion Musk refers to as his “special place” did not initially sell when he first put the 9-bedroom, 9.5-bathroom abode on the market. In November, he took the home off the market. 

But on Monday, Musk, 49, revealed in a tweet that he would officially sell his final home, which he said he used to “rent out for events,” for a whopping $37.5 million. 

“Decided to sell my last remaining house. Just needs to go to a large family who will live there. It’s a special place,” the Tesla and SpaceX CEO wrote. 

Having held the title of the richest man in the world earlier this year, with an estimated net worth of $185 billion, Musk had initially purchased the home in 2017 for $23.4 million. 

The home is listed directly by the owner, which means if you’re interested in buying the 16,000-square-foot property, you’ll have to go directly through Musk to get it. 

The property sits on over 47 acres of land.
The property sits on over 47 acres of land.
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A pond outside the home.
A custom-made pond outside the home.
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The pool
The pool
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An expansive staircase.
An expansive staircase.
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Another living space with French windows.
Another living space with French windows.
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Situated on a massive 47 acres of land, the Hillsborough home is over 100 years old, and boasts Bay views, a pool, hiking trails and canyons.

Other features include a ballroom, banquet dining room and preserved but completely updated professional kitchen, according to the listing.

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