We all manage the isolation and quarantine of the coronavirus pandemic differently. Some of us have mastered our favorite video games, others become clever in our spare time, still others, namely a Elon Musk, have decided to dispose of all physical goods. On May 1, about 90 days ago, Musk tweeted, “I sell almost all of the physical goods. I won’t own a home.” Two days later, he listed two of his mansions in Los Angeles on Zillow. The ads went live on Sunday, May 3 and say they are “for sale by the owner.”
Now he has listed five more of his California homes for a total of $ 97.5 million. Four of the homes are in Bel Air and the fifth is in the expensive Hillsborough district of Silicon Valley. All five are “for sale by the owner” on Zillow. Musk confirmed his commitment to sell his homes on Joe Rogan’s podcast last week. Musk intends to rent a house. Musk’s homes in California are valued at more than $ 100 million, including six adjacent homes in the Bel-Air neighborhood of Los Angeles. On May 1, he also tweeted that the goods weighed on you and that he was dedicated to Earth and Mars.
Musk is now selling his modern mansion on Chalon Road and three adjacent houses on a nearby cul-de-sac. The Northern California estate is a 10-bedroom mansion on 47 acres with French gardens and hiking trails. The house was built in 1916. Earlier this month, he listed another mansion on Chalon Road for $ 30 million as well as the former estate of Gene Wilder for $ 9.5 million.
It seemed much stranger two weeks ago than it is today. Musk expressed his dissatisfaction with the stopping of the coronavirus in California. He threatened to move Tesla out of California in response to orders from Alameda County home stay. A few days later, he challenged the mandates of counties and states by reopening the Fremont Tesla plant.
With his “public health and safety condemned, send my workers back to work so my business can make money” edict, Elon Musk’s transformation from innovative prodigy to Mr. Burns is almost complete.