WeWork cofounder Adam Neumann is selling his San Francisco Bay Area compound for $27.5 million — look inside the ‘Guitar House’

Adam Neumann is selling off yet another piece of luxury real estate.

The WeWork cofounder and former CEO’s “Guitar House” in Northern California has officially hit the market for $27.5 million, Beckie Strum reported for Mansion Global. Bloomberg first reported the impending listing last month.

The sprawling estate sits on 10 acres in Corte Madera, California, and includes a 10,000-square-foot main home, a two-bedroom guest house, a detached yoga studio, a wine cellar, staff quarters, and a poolside cabana.

Neumann bought the compound in 2018 for $21.4 million. The property once belonged to legendary rock and roll concert promoter Bill Graham and was later “reimagined” by eco-architect Sim Van der Ryn, according to the listing

Compass agent Joshua Deitch has the listing.

Take a look inside Neumann’s San Francisco Bay Area home.

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