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Man of his word? Musk again fulfils promise, ‘owns no home’ in US state now

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Elon Musk seems to be a man of his word as the billionaire has been fulfilling promises lately.   

In the latest development, the Tesla boss seems to have fulfilled a pledge, which he made last year to “own no home.”  

Musk sold his 16,000-square-foot mansion in Hillsborough, California for $30 million. It was a wealthy Silicon Valley enclave, which lies just south of San Francisco.   

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The property was initially listed for $37.5 million in June when Musk had announced the sale on Twitter. It was later relisted for $31.99 million in October, said records on the MLS.  

According to records, the billionaire had bought the property for $23.4 million in 2017.  

The listing agents of the property were Brent & Mary Gullixson of Compass. The buyer’s identity has not been revealed till now.   

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After selling off other properties in California, the 50-year-old billionaire had earlier said that the 47-acre property was his “last remaining house” in the state.  

This estate, which is over 100-year-old has a great history. Known as Guignécourt, the property was originally built by Count Christian de Guigné in 1912. He was a member of French nobility, who moved to the area after marrying a California Gold Rush heiress.  

(With inputs from agencies) 



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