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Young tech mogul spends $21.800.000 on San Francisco’s most expensive home

When you have two billion dollars in your bank account spending $21.800.000 on a house seems like a piece of cake – at least it did to Kyle Vogt who splashed out this much money to move into San Francisco’s most expensive house. Buy a dream home of your own after the next Powerball draw – an astounding $236.000.000 jackpot is up for grabs right now!

San Francisco’s most expensive home

The 30-year-old Vogt, who’s known by the nickname “Robot Guru”, accumulated a two billion-dollar fortune in the last two years by selling his start-ups to big corporations. He’s a founder of Cruise Automation which was acquired by General Motors for a reported $ in March this year. He’s also a co-founder of the video streaming start up Twitch, which Amazon purchased for $970.000.000 in 2014. His new home is as astonishing as his business ventures – it holds a title of the most expensive house in San Francisco after being sold for $21.800.000.

San Francisco’s most expensive home

The recently restored residence was design all the way back in 1901 by the noted architect James Dunn. Beautiful Beaux-Arts façade uncovers its rich history, but on the inside this property has been transformed into a 21st century masterpiece with 9.095 square feet of space. The interior was designed by renowned Los Angeles-based architect Paul McClean – it has seven bedrooms and seven bathrooms spread out over three floors.  The most impressive part of living in this mesmerizing residence is the fact it provides unobstructed 180 degree views that encompass the Golden Gate Bridge, Angel Island, and San Francisco Bay, making it one of the best places to fully experience this city and all the beauty it has to offer.