In 2004, it was just your regular 6-bed room, four-lavatory operate-of-the-mill dwelling that folks seeking to make it in Silicon Valley could rent. That is, right until it housed its to start with tenants — Mark Zuckerberg, Dustin Moskovitz and Sean Parker.
Close to that time, the names of the creators of Facebook — now identified as Meta — did not carry the excess weight they do now. They ended up just having commenced.
Now, the social media corporation is a multi-billion-dollar power of nature, and that typical house the trio after rented is on the Los Altos, California, industry for $5.2 million.
“This slice of Silicon Valley record sits at the close of a silent cul-de-sac with a customized soundwall in the expansive yard and gazebo excellent for BBQs and get-togethers,” the listing on Are living Participate in Authentic Estate suggests.
And a “slice of Silicon Valley” it seriously is.
Not only has Zuckerberg lived below its roof, but it was also the stomping floor of other well known begin-ups these types of as Eli Lilly and Business, Shopkick, and Emerge, and housed executives from Toyota, LinkedIn, and Apple, listing agent Crystal Souza of Stay Perform Serious Estate advised The Sacramento Bee in an electronic mail.
The 2,969-sq.-foot home has some nifty features:
Roomy kitchen area
And no, this isn’t the dwelling the Facebook trio was kicked out of thanks to a zip-line incident made famed by the movie “The Social Network,” this 1 came just after. Proprietor Judy Fusco spoke to the New York Publish about when she rented the dwelling to Zuckerberg yrs in the past.
“Mark stood outside the house and by no means went into the home, whilst Sean and Dustin ran up the front stairs to see the house,” Fusco instructed the Submit. “Mark stood there and asked on the spot if they could rent the put, devoid of even looking within.”