Inside Mark Zuckerberg’s $59 Million Lake Tahoe Compound


The multi-billionaire, Mark Zuckerberg, purchased not one but two side-by-side mansions. In 2019, the compound was purchased for $59 Million. The compound in Lake Tahoe is the largest alpine lake in North America. Lake Tahoe is a beautiful destination located in the Sierra Nevada mountains. The tech businessman did not make the purchase under his own name in order to cloak his identity. Everyone involved in the process signed a non-disclosure agreement. Here are all the details about the Facebook founder’s private property.

The Multiple Mansions

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With a price tag of $59 million, the properties do not disappoint. The 10 acres of land in Lake Tahoe offer 15 bedrooms and multiple piers for multiple boats. Both estates have breathtaking views of the lake. The Carousel Estate is the smaller mansion, purchased for $22 million. This property covers 3.5 acres of land, and it was built in the early 1930s. The old house has a Tudor-style charm. The large mansion is known as the Brushwood Estate and costs $37 million. The property was built in 1964, with two joint guest houses covering 4,000 square feet.

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