Tesla billionaire founder Elon Musk lowered the asking price for his mansion in California, after the richest person in the world cuts ties with the state.
Tesla CEO’s 16,000-square-foot home is being offered for $ 31.99 million, about $ 5.5 million in less than its previous offering, according to a post estate on Zillow.
Musk – who has a net worth of over $ 225 billion, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index – tweeted in June that he had decided to sell his last homes, more than a year after announcing plans to get rid of most of the homes, such as a way to cash in his fortune.
This Hillsborough house, in California, currently classified, has 7 bedrooms and 10 bathrooms on a 47-acre lot. Originally built in 1916, it features a library and music room, as well as a completely renovated kitchen and private swimming pool.
Musk, 50, said in June that the house had been rented out for events and that, if sold, “it will be less used unless a large family buys it, which it might someday.”
I have decided to sell mine last remaining house. He just needs to go in a great family who want live there. It’s a special place.
– Elon Musk (@elonmusk) June 14, 2021
The billionaire announced last week that Tesla would move its headquarters to Austin, in Texas, citing exorbitant house prices and long travel times in the San Francisco Bay Area limiting the company’s growth. He did not mention his fight with local health officials, who temporarily halted his efforts to reopen the Tesla factory in Fremont last year.
He also moved in Texas last year, where his company, SpaceX, developed its new Starship vehicle and Tesla’s new Gigafactory was in construction in Austin.
Texas is Tesla’s third largest market in the United States, after California and Florida, despite years of opposition from dealers. auto to its direct sales model. The state does not tax personal income, while California imposes the state’s highest personal income tax on its wealthiest residents.
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