[Epoch Times December 08, 2021](Epoch Times reporter Gao Shan compiled a report) According to the US listed real estate records, Elon Musk, the Tesla boss, sold it for $30 million The last property left in his name was out. In this way, Musk fulfilled his promise to become a “homeless” he made last year.
The billionaire sold his 16,000 square feet (1486 square meters) living area at No. 891 Crystal Springs Road, Hillsborough, a wealthy neighborhood in Silicon Valley, California. ) The mansion. It has seven bedrooms, seven bathrooms, a music room, a large ballroom, and a cocktail room with retractable library bookshelves.
Mr. Musk announced the sale of the mansion via Twitter in June. According to MLS records, it was initially listed for sale at a price of $37.5 million. Then it relisted in October at a price of 31.99 million U.S. dollars. It was finally sold at a price of 30 million U.S. dollars, showing a price reduction of 7.5 million U.S. dollars.
The identity of the buyer of this mansion has not been disclosed. Brent & Mary Gullixson of Compass, the listing agent for the property, did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Musk, now 50, previously announced that this 47-acre (about 190,000 square meters) property is his “last property on earth.” This is Musk’s last transaction after selling other properties in California.
This 100-year-old manor is called Guignécourt. Before Musk bought it, it had a rich and colorful history. This manor was originally built in 1912 by Count Christian de Guigné. He was a member of the French aristocracy who moved to the state after marrying an heiress from the California gold rush.
This European-style manor is one of the largest lands in the area and includes hiking trails and a reservoir. The property remained in the hands of the de Guigné family for more than a century, and it was not listed for a jaw-dropping $100 million until 2013. In 2016, the asking price fell to US$29.85 million.
According to public records, Musk bought the house for $23.4 million in 2017.
Initially, Musk owned seven properties in California, six of which were in Los Angeles.
Musk once tweeted that he would sell all the real estate under his name. He wrote: “I want to sell almost all my physical property and no longer own any houses.”
Musk explained to this that the reason why the number of fixed properties under his name was returned to zero was to quell criticism of his huge wealth. He said: “I think property will drag you down and become a target to be attacked to some extent. Now, I don’t have these things, what else can you do?”
Musk moved from California to Texas in 2020 and currently lives in a rented prefab house in Boca Chica Village, valued at $50,000. The residence is not far from his space exploration technology company SpaceX Interstellar Base Rocket Manufacturing Plant.
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