LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – Mark Zuckerberg’s new $7 million mansion (photos below) near Facebook headquarters is turning Palo Alto heads today. Mark Zuckerberg purchased a $7 million mansion in recent weeks in an affluent section of town boasting well manicured lawns, reports local news. Today, real estate and technology news is discussing the home for a man the Winklevoss twins once called “the poorest rich person I’ve ever seen in my life.”
Zuckerberg has moved twice in one year. In January he was in a rented home. Within days, one website posted his street address. Days later, Zuckerberg had an uninvited guest and need to get a restraining order.
Today San Jose’s Mercury News published details about the house, but not the address. But the paper did publish unique property details that could lead any real estate news site to conclude the listing. Within hours, two websites did exactly that.
The Mercury News said the home boasts at least five thousand square feet, five bedrooms, five full baths. But the unique discerning features included a music alcove, a saltwater pool, a glass in sunroom, and an approximate $7 million listing price.
The paper said “This newspaper is not printing the address because of concerns for the privacy of the sellers, who still live there, and Zuckerberg”.
Within hours, two real estate websites re-published MLS real estate photos of the believed home. Ironically, the two websites disagreed about the listing. But one listing, boasting the salt water pool in the foreground, is believed the correct property. It was listed for $7 million, boasts the correct number of baths and bedrooms and square footage.
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