- Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg secretly purchased two adjacent properties on Lake Tahoe, a popular vacation destination for Bay Area residents, according to a Wall Street Journal report on Thursday.
- One of the properties, dubbed the Carousel Estate, features 8 bedrooms, 9.5 bathrooms and sits on 3.5 acres. The other property, the Brushwood Estate, sits on a 6 acre lot and dates back to the 1920s.
- Together, the two properties give Facebook’s 34-year-old CEO a scenic and exclusive mountain getaway with 600 feet of private waterfront that accommodate 50-foot yachts and plenty of friends.
- Below is a look inside the $22 million Carousel Estate, which comprises half of Mark Zuckerberg’s newly-purchased Lake Tahoe compound.
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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has a new spot to hang out this summer.
According to a Wall Street Journal report on Thursday, the 34-year-old billionaire recently purchased two adjacent properties on Lake Tahoe, a popular vacation destination for Bay Area residents.
Read more: Mark Zuckerberg spent about $59 million to secretly buy two adjacent private waterfront estates in Lake Tahoe last winter
To keep the deals out of the public eye, Zuckerberg purchased the homes — which totaled around $59 million — through a limited-liability company and high-end wealth manager, according to The Journal.
The deals also reportedly involved nondisclosure agreements, including one that required listing photos of the homes be taken off the internet. Business Insider, however, was able to uncover a promotional video for one of the properties that remains online today.
The home — dubbed “The Carousel Estate” — is located on Lake Tahoe’s west shore and was purchased by Zuckerberg for $22 million last December.
Take a look inside Mark Zuckerberg’s recent Lake Tahoe purchase:
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The Carousel Estate sits on 3.5 acres in Lake Tahoe’s west shore outside Tahoe City.
Promo materials for the property say it “exudes ‘Old Tahoe’ ambiance.”
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