Elon Musk is selling his final dwelling, a century-old mansion.
Elon Musk, the tech billionaire, is selling his final residence, a century-old mansion on a sprawling 19-hectare lot.
Tesla's founder described the property as a "special place" that would be ideal for a large family to reside.
"I've decided to sell my final home," he wrote to his 57 million followers.
Musk revealed four days earlier that he had sold all of his properties except one, which is being rented out for events.
The businessman paid $32.36 million for the estate at 891 Crystal Springs Road in Hillsborough, California, according to the NY Daily News.
"It's an incredible property with multiple levels and an abundance of natural beauty," a neighbor told the news outlet.
The mansion is divided into four levels, with the first level featuring a ballroom, library with fireplace, concealed bar, professional kitchen, and breakfast room.
On the second level, there is a master bedroom suite with fireplace and two bathrooms, as well as five additional bedrooms and a laundry room. This level also contains four original staff bedrooms.
On level three, there is a recreation room, a bathroom, and two large storage rooms.
The basement level features an eight-car garage, a wine and liquor cellar, and a professional flower arrangement room.
Additionally, there is an outdoor pool located in the grounds' gardens.
The property is less than 12 kilometers from San Francisco International Airport, 20 kilometers from the headquarters of Facebook, and less than 30 kilometers from the headquarters of Google.
Musk initially attempted to sell the six-bedroom, eight-bathroom mansion for $45 million in May.