True to his phrase, Elon Musk is properly on his technique to proudly owning no home. The tech billionaire ended 2020 on a promoting spree, unloading three adjoining houses tucked right into a Bel-Air cul-de-sac for a mixed $40.9 million.

The three gross sales every closed a number of days earlier than Christmas, data present.

Musk’s home-selling saga began in Might, when the Tesla and SpaceX CEO tweeted that he deliberate to promote nearly all bodily possessions, together with his handful of L.A. houses. The longtime California resident doubled down in December, moving to Texas and criticizing California on his manner out.

He took the duty on himself a number of weeks later, itemizing a complete of seven properties scattered throughout the state for a mixed $137 million. The houses popped up on Zillow as “on the market by proprietor.”

He bought the primary in June for $29 million and the second in October for $7 million. The latter, which was as soon as owned by actor Gene Wilder, was bought by a restricted legal responsibility firm tied to Elizabeth Hunter, spouse of movie director Jordan Walker-Pearlman — who occurs to be a nephew of Gene Wilder.

The newest three all closed between Dec. 21 and 22, with the biggest buying and selling fingers for $29.72 million — about $5.5 million greater than Musk paid for it in 2016. The fashionable mansion was constructed a yr earlier and sits on 1.5 acres with six bedrooms and 7 bogs in 9,309 sq. ft. Out again, decks and patios encompass a swimming pool perched on the fringe of the hillside property.

Perched on a hillside, this modern mansion has six bedrooms and seven bathrooms in 9,300 square feet.

Perched on a hillside, this contemporary mansion bought by Elon Musk has six bedrooms and 7 bogs in 9,300 sq. ft.

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Throughout the road, the second-largest residence bought for $6.77 million — or roughly $375,000 greater than Musk paid in 2019. Constructed within the Sixties, the Colonial-style residence contains a whitewashed exterior offset by shutters and opens to a two-story ground plan with 4 bedrooms and 5 bogs in 3,943 sq. ft.

Rounding out the gross sales is a Sixties single-story residence that he bought for $4.43 million. The smallest of the bunch, it has 4 bedrooms and 4 bogs in 2,963 sq. ft. Musk purchased the house for $4.3 million in 2015.

Musk, 49, is likely one of the world’s richest folks, with Forbes estimating his web value at $153.5 billion.

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