Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins has listed his luxurious San Jose-area home for $13.8 million.
The tech company executive picked up the Los Gatos, California property for $9.5 million about two years ago. The Spanish-inflected house features medieval design cues, and was built in 2005. The home spans 14,000 square feet, and is situated on nearly an acre and a half just outside of Silicon Valley.
Robbins made several changes to the contemporary home upon purchase, including opting for a light and airy aesthetic that pairs well with distressed hardwood floors in the central living spaces. The center of the home is the luxe combination living room and kitchen.
A breakfast nook near the kitchen keeps things cozy, but there is also a beautiful formal dining room for hosting larger groups. Raw wood beams, Santa Rita stone accents, and limestone all present fundamental appeal. A home gym, a movie theater, a game room, a wine cellar, and a wet bar cover creature-comfort necessities.
The property exterior features a cabana, and a pool and spa overlooking the Santa Cruz foothills.
Robbins has been CEO of Cisco since 2015. In 2017, he was elected chairman of the company.