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The Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak sold the mansion in California for $3.9 million [photos]

After several years of failed attempts, the Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak sold his mansion in the Californian town of Los Gatos. To sell the house, the owner had several times to reduce the price. Moreover, this strategy did not yield any results since 2012.

The last time the price for the Villa was reduced to $4,152 million, but eventually sold it for $3.9 million pharmaceutical entrepreneur from Arab countries. This information was confirmed by realtor Arthur Sharif in an interview with Business Insider.

The mansion in the Californian town of Los Gatos was built in 1986 by the Wozniak in the style of post-modern. In 2006, the design of the house changes were made to what had a hand architects AVI Agasi and Amnon levy. Nevertheless, much remained in its original form.

The total area of the home is less than 700 square meters, it has 12 rooms, six bedrooms and six bathrooms. White walls and panoramic Windows create a feeling of lightness and space, just like in Apple Store, and the children painted the characters from disney’s “the little Mermaid”.

As well as in the new iPhone, in the house Wozniak a lot of nice details: for example, decorative pond, pool, waterfall and a fire pole connecting the two floors. The house is built on a plot of 48 acres.

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