Elon Musk sells four of his Los Angeles mansions

Everything Musk go! Elon sells four of his Los Angeles mansions to high-powered real estate developer with an asking price of $62.5million after vowing to sell all of his material possessions

  • Elon Musk has sold four of his California homes to mega-mansion developer and designer Ardie Tavangarian 
  • The four Los Angeles homes were listed on Zillow as a combined multi-property listing with an asking price of $62.5million but he has sold for an undisclosed amount 
  • This comes weeks after he put two Bel Air homes on the market for $39.5million and another home in Hillsborough, California, for $35million 
  • The listings followed the Tesla founder’s Twitter rant where he vowed to sell off his material possessions   

Elon Musk has signed a letter of intent to sell another four of his multi-million dollar California properties.

The four Los Angeles homes were listed on Zillow as a combined multi-property listing with an asking price of $62.5million.

This comes several weeks after he put two Bel Air homes on the market for $39.5million and another home in Hillsborough, California, for $35million following a Twitter rant where he vowed to sell off his material possessions.

In a series of tweets on May 1, the Tesla founder, who according to Forbes is worth more than $38billion, announced that he intends to sell ‘almost all physical possessions’.

‘Will own no house,’ Musk wrote.

Just days later on May 4, it was revealed that the billionaire had listed two Bel Air properties on Zillow.

DailyMail.com has learned the latest properties to go have been snapped up by Arya Chalon, LLC, a new entity led by prolific mega-mansion developer and designer Ardie Tavangarian for an undisclosed amount.

This image shows the four homes that Musk recently sold. They are listed for combined $62.5million. The homes (circled above) are within walking distance of each other


Musk has sold four of his California homes to mega-mansion developer and designer Ardie Tavangarian

Four of the Los Angeles homes were listed on Zillow as a multi-property listing with an asking price of $62.5million. This home sits on Somera Road in Los Angeles 

The homes are described on Zillow as being ‘a project for the big thinker, designed to showcase one of the best views in Los Angeles – from the city to the ocean and beyond’. This home is also located on Somera Road in Los Angeles 

This is one of Musk’s many homes. This mansion sits on Chalon Road in Los Angeles 

Zillow also noted that ‘due to listing limitations, additional specs on each individual home, as well as insight on the project as a whole, will be made available upon request by qualified buyers’. This home was purchased by Musk last year. Musk paid $6.4million for this residence which is located on Somera Road 

In a statement from the firm given to DailyMail.com, it stated: ‘Arya Chalon, LLC will combine the multi-property portfolio into a new single development project to make it truly one-of-a-kind. Aya Chalon, LLC will provide all services for the development and construction of the project including design, architecture, interior design and property management.’

The homes are described on Zillow as being ‘a project for the big thinker, designed to showcase one of the best views in Los Angeles – from the city to the ocean and beyond’.

Zillow also noted that ‘due to listing limitations, additional specs on each individual home, as well as insight on the project as a whole, will be made available upon request by qualified buyers’. 

In a series of tweets on May 1, the Tesla founder, who according to Forbes is worth more than $38billion, announced that he intends to sell ‘almost all physical possessions’

The fifth home, which is located in Hillsborough, California, has been listed for $35million. Musk purchased the Hillsborough home in June 2017 for $23.3million. The 16,000sqft mansion sits on 47.4 acres of land and features 10 bedrooms and 10 baths

Just days later on May 4, it was revealed that the billionaire had listed two Bel Air properties on Zillow. This property was listed for $30M. It was purchased by Musk in 2012 for $17million 

 Musk purchased his Hillsborough home in June 2017 for $23.3million. The 16,000 sq ft mansion sits on 47.4 acres of land and features 10 bedrooms and 10 baths.

The mansion has a pool, ballroom, banquet dining room and an 8-car carport.

On May 4, Musk listed his lower Bel Air estate that overlooks the Bel Air Country Club.

The residence, which was purchased by Musk in 2012 for $17million, was listed for $30million on Zillow.

The 16,251 sq ft mansion features six bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, a two-story library, swimming pool, and a tennis court.

It also features a gym, pool, a wine cellar, fruit orchard and a five-car garage.  

The 16,251sqft mansion features six bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, a two-story library, swimming pool, and a tennis court

According to the Zillow listing, the home also has a pool (pictured)

One of the mansion’s features is a tennis court (pictured), according to the listing 

The mansion also features a gym, wine cellar, fruit orchard and a five-car garage

The second home was listed for $9.5million and used to be owned by late Willy Wonka actor, Gene Wilder, who died in 2016.

It features five bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms, an oval pool and a private guest cottage.

In November 2013, Musk purchased the three-quarter-acre Bel Air home for $6.75million. Musk has since turned the property into a private school.

During his May 1 Twitter rant, Musk said he would sell the home with certain conditions.

‘Just one stipulation on sale: I own Gene Wilder’s old house. It cannot be torn down or lose any its soul,’ Musk said.  

The second home Musk listed on May 4 was this residence. It was listed for $9.5million and used to be owned by late Willy Wonka actor Gene Wilder, who died in 2016

In November 2013, Musk purchased the three-quarter-acre Bel Air home for $6.75million. Musk has since turned the property into a private school

The home features five bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms, an oval pool (pictured) and a private guest cottage

The home is one of six that Musk bought within walking distance of each other. Musk also purchased a seventh home near Tesla headquarters in Northern California.

In total, he has spent more than $100million for seven properties since 2012, according to The Wall Street Journal.

Musk bought two homes in 2015: a modest ranch house for $4.3million and $20million mansion.

A year later, Musk purchased a large, unfinished home for $24.25million. All three homes sit on the cul-de-sac of five homes.

Musk assured his followers that the selling of his possessions was not financially motivated.

‘Don’t need the cash. Devoting myself to Mars and Earth. Possession just weigh you down,’ Musk tweeted.

Musk’s fortune jumped by $24.4 billion this year to $51.7 billion, making him the world’s 17th-richest person, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index. 

ELON MUSK’S PRICEY POSSESSIONS

Six homes in the Bel Air section of Los Angeles worth $70million, including:

Colonial mansion worth $22.3million that comes with lighted tennis court, five garages, and a pool;

Ranch house once owned by Gene Wilder worth $7.8million;

House with six bedrooms and eight bathrooms worth $20million;

Four-bedroom home worth $4.9million;

Six-bedroom house made up of ‘geometric shapes’ and worth $27.3million;

Colonial house worth $4.2 million 

A 100-year-old mansion in Northern California for $27.2million

Paid $920,000 at auction for Lotus Esprit submarine car used in Bond movie

Gas-powered Ford Model T 

Gas-powered Jaguar E-Type Series 1 Roadster  

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