Just two weeks after Tesla CEO, Elon Musk, seemingly listed two of his Los Angeles, CA mansions after claiming on Twitter his intentions to own no physical possessions, he has now listed five more California properties for a combined total of $97.5 million. This is in addition to the $39.5 million worth of estates he listed weeks ago.
Again, the listings appear on Zillow.com as for sale by owner. A multi-home listing includes four properties, which Musk alludes to owning for a future project, perhaps to combine the parcels to house one larger structure. The four homes at 10947 Chalon Road, 954 Somera Road, 955 Somera Road and 958 Somera Road are listed for $62.5 million. Another mansion at 891 Crystal Springs Road is listed for $35 million.
Per the listing for 10947 Chalon Road, it appears Musk purchased the property for $20 million back in 2015. As the description states, the combined properties are a "project for the big thinker" and are designed to showcase one of the best views in Los Angeles. Views include the city, ocean and beyond. Further specifications of the project and of each existing home individually will be provided to qualified buyers upon request.
The listing for 891 Crystal Springs Road states that the parcel is one of the largest on the San Francisco peninsula. With approximately 47 acres, the estate presents a rare and unique opportunity to own this amount of land. The existing estate in more than 100 years old and has a pool, hiking trails, canyons and a reservoir on the grounds. The home also boasts a pool and unobstructed Bay views.
Inside, the historic home has a ballroom, banquet dining room and a preserved but updated gourmet kitchen. A detached three-car garage, eight-car carport and a tremendous motor court all provide ample parking. The home is just eight miles to the San Francisco airport and private jet center. Historical pricing reflects Musk's 2017 purchase of the home for $23 million.