Well, now you can do it legally, because a house the Facebook mogul used to live in is back on the market.
Maybe billion dollar ideas are contagious. If that’s the case, you better get to Palo Alto stat and put in an application!
Keep reading for more! Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg was renting the house near Stanford University, but, you know, he’s worth billions of dollars, so he probably can afford to buy one now.
Now, it can be yours. But for how much?
The house, located at 2073 Princeton Street, is available for rent for $7,850 a month.
According to Yahoo!, an ad on Craigslist (not Facebook marketplace?) says that the “gorgeous” four-bedroom, three-bath single-family home is in a “Prestigious location!” with “Charm and functionality!” It features a chef’s kitchen with gas stove, a wood-burning fireplace and a huge family room “with the view of kitchen.”
A local realtor said $7,850 a month sounded a little high, as homes this size rent for around $5,000. So obviously the fact that the home had a famous former resident could make it even more attractive.”
They think, ‘This was a prosperous place for someone so it could be a prosperous place for me.”
The house worth is currently listed on Zillow for about $1.4 million – which is $50,000 less that it was when Zuckerberg lived there.
Maybe he is bad luck for others, but not himself. Whatever the case, people are highly curious to see inside this home and see where the Mark Zuckerberg magic happened. But this guy has friends is high places and the Google Street View of the home has been removed. But doesn’t that just make you more curious?
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