Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey is expanding his influence and reach, real estate–wise. The tech tycoon (he also co-created Square) bought his next door neighbor’s home for a record $21.9 million in an off-market deal that quietly closed late last year, reports Variety.
The newly acquired abode, in the Seacliff neighborhood of San Francisco spans 3,588 square feet and has five bedrooms and three bathrooms. His combined property is now about 1.2 acres, with plenty of trees encircling both homes for premium privacy. Because the sale took place off-market, images of Dorsey’s new home aren’t quite available, but according to Variety it comprises five bedrooms and three bathrooms over two stories, and features a detached two-car garage. It was originally built in 1962, but has very likely been updated and upgraded over the years. The sellers, a Thailand-based family, made a large profit from the sale; they bought it for just $2.85 million back in 1997.
Dorsey’s first place is an impressive, flat-roofed midcentury modern house, which he bought for for $10 million in 2012. Located on a bluff overlooking the bay, the home includes two bedrooms, a 20-foot retractable glass roof, custom Brazilian wood cabinetry, and entire walls of glass for maximum sunlight. A large floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace anchors the double-height living room, which is open to the second floor. The upstairs master bedroom includes an impressive, cavernous en suite master bathroom with a deep-soaking tub and separate glass-enclosed shower, with a skylight located just above the bed. A carefully positioned back patio provides stunning views of the water just below. In addition to his now–$32 million Seacliff estate, Dorsey also owns property in Los Angeles, notably a $4.2 million contemporary Hollywood Hills home that his long-distance girlfriend, model Raven Lyn Corneil, resides in.
Originally Appeared on Architectural Digest