Elon Musk’s Last California Home Listed for $32M After Price Cut

Elon Musk’s Last California Home Listed for $32M After Price Cut

Published: October 19, 2021 | By: American Luxury Staff

A house owned by Elon Musk is back on the market with a snip that leaves it asking $31.99 million. The property is the last residence owned by Musk in California, and was one of a handful that reached the open market in 2020. Of the lot, four were located in the vicinity of the Bel Air Country Club. All are now sold.

Save one. The remaining home is located in Hillsborough, a suburban community south of San Francisco. It dates to 1916, and features a stucco exterior, a hipped tile roof, and an arched double front door. It’s an attractive home, albeit a formal one, but the grounds are a significant part of the story in this case: the mansion sits on 47.4 acres. The estate is replete with forest, lawns and groomed landscaping.

The interiors of the home span 16,000 sq. ft., with seven bedrooms and nine baths throughout. Some of the more remarkable spaces include the home’s library, which features leather walls and a fireplace, and the massive, catering-ready kitchen with shelving accessible by a rail ladder. Original details include black and white tile, abundant marble, plank hardwood, and carved fireplaces, and doors and light fixtures.

The estate’s last listing came with a price hike to $37.5 million. The home’s initial ask was $35 million when it appeared in May of 2020.

When he’s not posting memes on Twitter, Musk is busy changing the world. It seems to be working, if judging only by his skyrocketing net worth. Musk’s currently the richest man in the world, with an estimated fortune of $220 billion.

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