Elon Musk relists San Francisco mansion for $38M

Tesla and SpaceX CEO is unloading real estate portfolio, seeking to “own no house”

Elon Musk and the San Francisco estate (Getty, Gullixson / Compass)
Elon Musk and the San Francisco estate (Getty, Gullixson / Compass)

Before Elon Musk heads to Mars or takes Dogecoin to the moon he is selling off his real estate.

Musk has re-listed his San Francisco mansion, which he calls his “special place.” Musk first put the 9-bedroom, 9.5-bathroom home up for sale last year along with the rest of his real estate portfolio, according to the New York Post. In November, he took it off the market.

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He announced the listing of $37.5 million in a Tweet. Musk said he used to rent out the space for events.

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Musk purchased the 16,000-square-foot home in 2017 for $23.4 million.

Last year, the CEO of Tesla and SpaceX sold his 16,000-square-foot Bel Air mansion for $29 million. Musk also sold four adjoining Bel Air properties that were listed at $62.5 million to spec home developer and designer Ardie Tavangarian.

Musk has a reported wealth of $152 billion, according to the Forbes.

[New York Post]  — Keith Larsen