- WeWork cofounder Adam Neumann’s San Francisco Bay Area home has officially hit the market for $27.5 million, Mansion Global reported.
- The 10-acre compound includes a 10,000-square-foot main house, a separate guest house, a swimming pool, a greenhouse, gardens, a chicken coop, and solar and geothermal systems.
- Neumann and his wife, Rebekah, have been trying to sell off millions of dollars of real estate in recent months after temporarily moving to Israel to escape media scrutiny.
- The ousted WeWork CEO, who lost his billionaire status this spring, is now worth between $450 million and $750 million, based on estimates from Forbes and Bloomberg.
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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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