- Mark Zuckerberg has sold his San Francisco home for $31 million, The Real Deal reports.
- It still has compounds in Palo Alto, California and nearby Lake Tahoe.
- These days, he seems to spend most of his time in Kauai, Hawaii, which has around 1,500 acres.
Mark Zuckerberg has uploaded a piece of his multi-million dollar real estate portfolio.
The CEO, who is worth nearly $62 billion, sold one of his San Francisco Bay Area homes for $31 million earlier this month. The off-market sale is the largest residential real estate deal in the city in 2022, according to The Real Deal.
The 7,368-square-foot, four-bedroom, four-bathroom home is located in San Francisco’s Dolores Heights neighborhood, adjacent to the famous Mission Dolores Park. When Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan bought it back in 2013, they reportedly paid $10 million.
But the property created tension among Zuckerberg’s neighbors, who objected to construction work on the home that year. Residents told the San Francisco Chronicle that they are experiencing constant noise from the 50 people who work on the property every day, and have been denied parking on their street for months.
Permits filed with the city at the time showed Zuckerberg planned to do millions of dollars in renovations to the home, including kitchen and bathroom renovations; adding a new office, media room, half bath, mud room, laundry room, wine room and wet bar; Adding to the back and sides of the house; And adding a new, basement-level garage so the cars can easily leave.
While the home is now in the hands of a new buyer — The Real Deal reports that it was sold to a Delaware-based LLC — Zuckerberg still owns property in the Bay Area. In the year In 2011, he bought a five-bedroom house in Palo Alto, then added four houses around the property to create a private courtyard. It has two adjacent waterfront estates in a prime location on Lake Tahoe, a popular vacation destination for Bay Area residents.
But these days, Zuckerberg seems to spend a lot of time on his nearly 1,500-acre estate in Kauai, Hawaii, often surfing and foiling, a type of water sport.
Zuckerberg began buying property on Kauai’s North Shore in 2011. Residents told Insider last year that they see Zuckerberg’s land purchase as “a new monarchy” that doesn’t respect the island’s history.