Late Microsoft Billionaire Paul Allen’s Mansion Sells for $35.25 Million

Joyce Chen

Paul Allen’s sprawling Atherton, California, mansion has found a new owner. The 21,000-square-foot home, which a trust tied to Allen bought new in 2013 for $27 million, is officially off the market after being sold for $35.25 million. The home was originally listed for a bit more, with an asking price of $41.488 million last October.

The custom residence features seven bedrooms, 13 bathrooms, and a detached guesthouse, with a house manager’s suite tucked into the five-car garage. Situated behind a long gated driveway, the Transitional-style home is all clean-lined inside, with enough floor-to-ceiling windows, marble countertops, and open spaces to encourage a positive flow of energy throughout. The double-height great room is a highlight of the residence, as is the master suite, which features its own sitting room and boutique-style dressing area. In total, there are seven fireplaces. A screening room is another noteworthy space within.

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Out back, a pristine pool sits across from the main house, alongside a poolside cabana with its own bathroom and changing facilities. There are patios for outdoor dining, as well as a sleek modern outdoor fireplace.

Other personal effects that Allen left behind when he died in 2018 include a 414-foot megayacht called Octopus, which was listed for $325.5 million last year, and a Soviet-era MiG-29 fighter jet that was listed last summer. An undeveloped plot of Los Angeles land that he also owned was recently sold to Amazon founder Jeff Bezos for $90 million.

Originally Appeared on Architectural Digest