Tesla CEO Elon Musk listed two of his houses for Sale his Bel Air mansions for sale just days after a bizarre Twitter rant in which he said he “will own no house” even as he tweeted that Tesla’s stock had gotten ‘too high’.
Musk is selling two of his L.A. homes. Both properties are in the Bel Air neighborhood. According to the report of CNBC These properties were put up on real estate website Zillow on Sunday for $30 million and $9.5 million and were listed “for sale by owner”. According to the Business Insider, the larger of the homes is a nearly about 20,000 square foot Bel Air mansion that Musk originally bought for $17 million. According to the listing, the mansion has six bedrooms with a master suite with separate dual baths and closets and 11 bathrooms. It also has a two story library, home theater, wine cellar, gym, swimming pool, tennis court and motor court with 5 car garage.
Musk and his companies own at least 7 properties in L.A. The Wall Street Journal said Musk owns six homes in Bel Air and another in Northern California that are altogether worth about more than $100 million. Musk told in a tweet Friday that home came with the condition that the buyer agree to keep it intact. Musk on Friday tweeted – “selling almost all physical possessions” and “will own no house” as he seeks to devote his life “to Mars and Earth”. “Don’t need the cash” the eccentric billionaire said. “Possession just weigh you down”.
Musk bought the Wilder house that has a 5-bedroom, 4.5-bath with an oval pool overlooking the Bel Air Country Club’s golf course in 2013 for $6.75 million. Musk had tweeted on Friday- “Just one stipulation on sale: I own Gene Wilder’s old house. It cannot be torn down or lose any its soul.”