Marissa Mayer Might Have Just Bought This $30 Million Home
Sep 03, 2013 21:18
According to rumors within San Francisco's real estate circles, Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer and her husband, Zack Bogue, just bought a $30 million Tudor-style mansion. If this rumor is true, their neighbours will include Oracle's Larry Ellison, Apple's Jonathan Ive, and Zynga's Mark Pincus.
The 11,000 square feet home has designed in 1922 by San Francisco architect Frederick H. Meyer for Stetson G. Hindes. It boasts six bedrooms, five full baths, and two half baths. Its living room is "ballroom-sized" and comes with a fireplace. Along with garage parking for four cars, it also has a 3,000+ bottle wine cellar.
Other interesting spaces within the home include a butler's pantry and a catering room, plus a second kitchen on the lower floor. There's also an office and a "massage room". On top of all that, the view of San Francisco from this home is simply spectacular!
Now let's take a look at these images to get a better idea of Marissa Mayer's alleged new purchase:
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