Apple Co-Founder Steve Wozniak’s ‘Original Estate’ Back on the Market
The former home of Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak is back on the market this week, and sporting a slimmer price tag. Known as the ‘Original Wozniak Estate’, the quirky, modern home originally listed for $4.5 million back in September, but isnow being offered at a $105,000 discount.
Built in 1986, roughly a year before Woz’s full-time tenure at Apple came to close, the 1.2-acre property is found in Los Gatos, CA, just a short drive down the 86 from the tech giant’s corporate headquarters. Described as “post-modern style with majestic natural views,” the 7,100-square-foot home underwent a complete re-design at the hands of designer Larry Willard and architects Avi Agasi and Amnon Levy in 2006. It features a unique, geometrically-inspired design with numerous windows and light vestibules, including a circular stained glass skylight in the chef’s kitchen, which invites a wealth of natural light. However, what we’re most interested in is one peculiar design twist: a fireman’s pole linking the home’s two floors.
The listing is presented by Art Sharif of Sotheby’s International Realty.