The Post may report that Elon Musk has finally earned a buyer for the final home he owns about a month after it was listed for sale in San Francisco.
The property is Saturday, November. The deal was struck on 13th – to focus on its mission to colonize Mars one and a half years after the billionaire vowed to unload its vast real estate portfolio.
However, the contract is pending for an uncertain offer – meaning Musk, 50, has accepted the initial offer, but must meet certain conditions and in some cases reserve the right to withdraw from the sale if he so chooses.
Tesla and SpaceX chiefs initially listed the home as “owners” in July, so any potential buyers would have to go through him to bid. However, according to one insider, no one seemed to be able to catch him, so the house remained on the market for months.
Musk initially purchased the 10-bedroom, 16,000-square-foot mansion “Uninterrupted Bay Views” in 2017 for $ 23.3 million. The home is currently listed for $ 31.99 million after it first went on the market in the spring of 2020 for $ 35 million.
The century-old residence, located in the Swan Hillsborough neighborhood of San Fran, was briefly removed from the market in September, returning to the market on October 11 with formal listing agents.
Mary and Brent Gullickson of Compass have the list. The post reached Musk’s representatives for comment.
“I decided to sell my last remaining house,” Musk Wrote in a tweet At the time.
Made up of seven bedrooms and 10 bathrooms, Musk referred to the Hillsborough house as a “special place” for the “big family.”
The house is the last of a South Africa-based businessman-owned property, who revealed that he was selling his property to focus on big things at the start of the epidemic.
Musk will sell his final home after announcing his relocation of his Tesla headquarters from California to Texas.
In total, the entrepreneur has sold an estimated $ 100 million in real estate assets.
Musk is currently ranked The richest man in the world, With an estimated net worth of $ 271.5 billion.