Over 270 million people worldwide use the electronic service known as Paypal, a payment system for both personal and business accounts. Max Levchin, the company’s co-founder, has recently reduced the price of his home in San Francisco by $1 million. The Cow Hollow home was originally listed back in April at $7.25 million, but now you can buy the computer scientist and tech entrepreneur’s home for a cool $6.25 million.
Levchin bought the home back in 2007 for nearly $2 million less. Since then, he’s made several modernizing renovations including installing darker hardwood floors and updating living spaces with enhanced lighting. This multilevel home is balances elegance with coziness, and features four stories with a total of five bedrooms and five bathrooms.
It’s Levels to This…
On the main level, you’ll find the core entertaining areas of the home. The kitchen features a center island, stainless steel appliances and a hint of wood finishes. Close by is the living room and family room, complete with a fireplace and wet bar, as well as a dining area with abundant natural lighting due to its coffered ceilings. Outside of the main level is a cozy deck area perfect for hosting intimate barbeques, leading to a small lawn of lush green grass.
Under the main level, the first floor features a garage and guest suite while above the main level are an additional three bedrooms, office space and interior courtyard.
Perhaps the most elegant feature of the home, the master bedroom spans the entire fourth floor, complete with a fireplace that separates its lounge area from its office nook. If a view is what you’re after, a wraparound terrace treats you to exquisite city views of the Golden Gate Bridge and San Francisco Bay.
Million Dollar Deal
A million dollar home with a million dollar price cut could be yours! Put your bid in today and live like tech boss Max Levchin. Not only will you own this charming five-bedroom, five-bath multi-level home, and its upgraded amenities, you’ll also have purchased some bragging rights.