Celebrity Homes

Has Mark Zuckerberg sold this California home?

In a discreet move within Woodside, California’s upscale district, Facebook’s CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, appears to have made a quiet departure, selling a property linked to him.

According to the New York Post, an entity associated with Zuckerberg has rapidly disposed of a “European-inspired estate,” sparking speculation about the tech giant’s secretive real estate dealings.

This sale represents the second instance in recent years where Zuckerberg has let go of a property in California.

Nestled at 75 Roberta Drive, the estate features a luxurious 445sq m home on a sprawling 3.5-acre lot.

San Mateo County records, as cited by Zillow, reveal that the mansion, complete with four bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms, was sold for a staggering US$29.6 million on March 4.

The property, hidden behind private gates, includes a chef’s kitchen, family room, and an open living and dining area with access to vast outdoor spaces.

The grounds boast contemporary patio settings, a swimming pool, hot tub, and an open outdoor fireplace, set within what is described as “park-like grounds.”

The estate also offers multiple electric vehicle charging stations and a spacious garage.

The brokers involved in the recent transaction remain unidentified, and Mary Gullixson, a Compass agent who previously listed the property, confirmed she did not facilitate the latest sale.

Investigations into the property’s ownership reveal a web of anonymity.

The seller, 75 Roberta LLC, is managed by A7P Services, a limited liability company based in Cheyenne, Wyoming.

This entity shares an address with A7P Trust Company Inc. Trustee, known from Securities and Exchange Commission filings.

A7P Trust Company has been linked to Zuckerberg before, notably by Jack Sweeney, who tracks the movements of celebrities and billionaires.

Further investigation shows Apercen Partners, a tax consultancy for tech moguls, as the signatory for the company that owned 75 Roberta.

Apercen is known for its connections to Zuckerberg, including the purchase of a US$22.3 million townhouse in New York City in 2015.

Zuckerberg’s real estate portfolio, which extends across California and Hawaii, is valued at an impressive $320 million, underscoring the breadth of his investments beyond the digital realm.

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Kylie Dulhunty

Kylie Dulhunty is the Editor at Elite Agent.


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