Guy does okay for himself.
In fact, one might even say he’s the third wealthiest human in America.
And when you’re graced with such a distinction, it only makes sense that you would buy a mansion on Lake Tahoe, spend three years transforming it into a billionaire’s playground, then turn around and put it up for sale.
Well, that just happened. And, well... that deserves your immediate attention.
Here now: a numerical breakdown of Larry Ellison’s Tahoe Mansion...
Current asking price: $28.5 million
Number of square feet $28.5 million gets you: 9,242 (main house) + 4,260 (guesthouses)
Total number of bedrooms: 13
The luckiest number of bedrooms ever: 13
Ratio of soundproof screening rooms to billiards rooms to saunas: 1:1:1
Total acreage of the property: 2.62
Approximate percentage of said acreage that has a hot tub overlooking the lake on it: 0.01%
Private sandy beaches: 1
Giant sand sculptures of your face you should definitely build there: at least 2
Number of piers on the lake: 2
Number of boats and jet skis docked near those piers: a bunch
Number of boats and jet skis included in the purchase price: 0
Odds that if you can afford this place, you can also afford to replace them: 28,500,000-28,500,000