Paul Allen tops Steph Curry's history-making California mansion sale
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Late tech mogul Paul Allen’s California mansion just sold for $35.25 million.
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In a deal that closed Feb. 11, the estate of the former Microsoft co-founder and Portland Trail Blazers and Seattle Seahawks owner who died in 2018 from non-Hodgkin's lymphoma ranks as one of the most expensive sales in the history of Atherton, according to a Realtor.com report. It beats the $31 million Golden State Warriors star Steph Curry paid for a home there last year.
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“It’s the highest sale in Atherton since 2017,” Compass listing agent Tom LeMieux said in the report. “It would be among the top three or four sales ever in Atherton.”
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Allen’s former home measures 21,000 square feet and has seven bedrooms, eight full bathrooms and another five half-bathrooms. Also inside is a large living room, dining room, an open kitchen, family room and fireplace. It also features a home theater and office.
The outdoors touts long stretches of grass, patios, a pool, fireplace and guesthouse.
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Along with Allen’s Atherton home, he also owned 120 acres of land in Beverly Hills, California, worth $20 million, as well as a 400-foot mega-yacht worth $325.5 million.
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