Microsoft co-founder’s mansion sold for almost $35.2 million

Microsoft co-founder’s mansion sold for almost $35.2 million

- An 18 000-square-foot mansion belonging to the late Microsoft founder, Paul Allen, has been sold for $35.2 million

- Allen purchased the home for $27 million and he passed away in 2018 from cancer

- The house was initially placed on the market in October 2019 and was priced at almost $41.5 million

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Briefly.co.za has learned that the home which belonged to te late Microsoft founder, Paul Allen, has been sold for $35.2 million.

Allen’s home, referred to as Atherton, is in the most expensive zip code in the United States of America (USA).

It was first advertised for sale in October 2019 and valued at almost $41.5 million; it was valued at $27 million at the time Allen purchased it.

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Paul Allen: Microsoft co-founder’s mansion sold for almost GHc200 million (Photos)

Source: Business Insider
Source: UGC

Business Insider reports that the sale of the home has been the highest in the neighbourhood since 2017.

Allen, who died in 2018 at 65 due to cancer, gained fame when he published his memoirs in 2011.

Paul Allen: Microsoft co-founder’s mansion sold for almost GHc200 million (Photos)

Source: Business Insider
Source: UGC

Aside from the California-based Atherton, he reportedly had other homes in the USA and was valued at about $20 billion at the time of his death.

Paul Allen: Microsoft co-founder’s mansion sold for almost GHc200 million (Photos)

Source: Business Insider
Source: UGC

Paul Allen: Microsoft co-founder’s mansion sold for almost GHc200 million (Photos)

Source: Business Insider
Source: UGC

Paul Allen: Microsoft co-founder’s mansion sold for almost GHc200 million (Photos)

Source: Business Insider
Source: UGC

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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