ELON Musk’s remarkable spaceship-shaped home in California is up for sale for $7.3 million (AUD).
The Tesla and SpaceX co-founder has decided to move on from the curvaceous mansion which as you’d expect is controlled by the latest tech, according to The Sun.
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Considerably smaller than some of his other homes, Musk originally bought the mega-mansion with his now ex-wife Talulah Riley in 2013.
Highlights include the saltwater plunge pool which resembles a moat and adjoining hot tub which is hidden by hedges.
Huge windows allow in the bright Californian sunlight into the four bedroom home in Brentwood which is 15 miles north west of downtown LA.
Other features include state-of-the art cook’s kitchen and integrated security and audio system and automated shades along with other unspecified AI gadgets.
The 47-year-old South African-born tycoon, who co-founded online cash giant PayPal, has a net worth of $29 billion (AUD).
This story first appeared in the The Sun and is republished with permission.
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