One of Elon Musk's Los Angeles properties is on the market. A futuristic style home that will set the buyer back $4.5 million.
The world of celebrity is one that fascinates a great many of us. Not just what famous people get up to on screen, but also in their private lives. It is likely something that gets annoying fast for the rich and famous, but it comes part and parcel with the lifestyle you have. If you want the money, fancy cars, and massive houses, you've got to deal with fans wanting to know everything about you.
Thanks to the internet and social media, learning everything about your favorite celebrities isn't that hard nowadays. What we know very little about is what goes on behind closed doors. We can try and find out, but that might well end up with us being arrested for trespassing. Thanks to a recent real estate listing, we have been given a rare glimpse into how the other half lives.
We say the other half, this listing lets us see how the top 0.1% lives. That's because the property currently listed on Hilton & Hyland belongs to Elon Musk, a man with a net worth of $23.8 billion. The co-founder of Tesla and SpaceX has decided to place one of his properties up for sale. An incredible looking house in Los Angeles. If you've got $4.5 million to spare, then you might well be able to make it your own.
As you can see from the photos we have included, the house is quite something. As reported by Forbes, its unique boomerang shape makes the most out of the limited space available on the lot. Plus, it allows for a secluded outdoor pool. That shape and seclusion also means floor to ceiling windows were part of the design, allowing for a maximum amount of natural light while also maintaining the owner's privacy.
Why Musk and his wife want to sell such a beautiful property is beyond us. It probably has something to do with the fact that the couple likely owns multiple houses and apartments all over the world, each one more amazing than the last. Since Musk is so rich, perhaps he would consider a lower offer for his LA property. We can go as high as a few hundred bucks if he is willing to negotiate an offer.