The most expensive listed Bay Area home within the past decade is for sale for nearly $100 million, with extensive and plentiful amenities to match.
The Wall Street Journal reported that the 32,000-square-foot home at 610 Los Trancos Road in Palo Alto, California, belonged to Scott McNealy, who founded the computer company Sun Microsystems before Oracle bought it in 2010 for $7.4 billion.
He purchased the first part of the home's 13-acre lot in the mid-1980s before having the gargantuan house built in 2008. McNealy, his wife, and their four sons have lived there ever since - but now that the parents are empty-nesters, "the house deserves more activity," McNealy told The Journal.
Take a look inside the 20-room, four-story house.