And while he stuck true to his word and sold most of his properties, including Gene Wilder’s home, he held onto one particular residence for a little longer.
Located south of San Francisco, the mansion Musk refers to as his “special place” did not initially sell when he first put the 9-bedroom, 9.5-bathroom abode on the market. In November, he took the home off the market.
But on Monday, Musk, 49, revealed in a tweet that he would officially sell his final home, which he said he used to “rent out for events,” for a whopping $37.5 million.
“Decided to sell my last remaining house. Just needs to go to a large family who will live there. It’s a special place,” the Tesla and SpaceX CEO wrote.
Having held the title of the richest man in the world earlier this year, with an estimated net worth of $185 billion, Musk had initially purchased the home in 2017 for $23.4 million.
The home is listed directly by the owner, which means if you’re interested in buying the 16,000-square-foot property, you’ll have to go directly through Musk to get it.
Situated on a massive 47 acres of land, the Hillsborough home is over 100 years old, and boasts Bay views, a pool, hiking trails and canyons.
Other features include a ballroom, banquet dining room and preserved but completely updated professional kitchen, according to the listing.