Lake Tahoe, NV
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CEO of Oracle and avid collector of exceptional personal properties across the globe.
9,242 square foot main house with 6 bedrooms, 8.5 bathrooms, 2 guest houses and 230 feet of private lakefront.
Larry Ellison, co-founder and CEO of Oracle, was recently called “The Nation’s Most Avid Trophy-Home Buyer” by the the Wall Street Journal. Since becoming one of the biggest earners in America while at the helm of Oracle, Ellison has spent hundreds of millions of dollars acquiring incredible properties across the globe. According to the WSJ, Ellison’s known property roster includes multiple adjacent lots in Malibu, a Newport, R.I., mansion formerly owned by the Astor family; a historic garden property in Kyoto and an estate in Rancho Mirage, Calif., with a private, 19-hole golf course and a $200 million estate in Woodside, CA. He’s currently building and adding a North Lake Tahoe compound to that incredible line-up.
And now, we’ve learned that he’s subtracting his existing East Lake Tahoe compound from that lineup as he awaits the completion of his newer, upgraded pad on the north side of the famous lake that straddles the California and Nevada borders. As first reported by the WSJ, Ellison has just listed his Lake Tahoe home in the tony enclave of Glenbrook for $28.5 million dollars. The property includes a 9,242-square foot main house with 6 bedrooms, and 8.5 bathrooms. In addition to the main house, there is a 1,326 square-foot, 2 bedroom, 3 bath guesthouse, and another 2,934 square-foot lakefront home with 5 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms.
Other amenities of the homes include a gym, billiard room, library, sound-proof screening room and a sauna. With a private crystal clear harbor and white sandy beach, Ellison’s Lake Tahoe spread sits on 2.62 acres with 230′ of lake frontage.
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Country crooner with a long career and a string of number one hits
5 bedroom main house, 4 bedroom guest home, cabin, houseboat and helipad
Got $5 Million? If so, you could be singing ‘It’s 5 o’clock somewhere” from the deck of Alan Jackson‘s stunning Smithville, Tennessee lake house. According to the Wall Street Journal, Alan Jackson and his wife are selling their longtime lakefront spread because “their three daughters have grown older and they don’t use the house as often as a family.” Additionally, Jackson and his wife Denise are re-evaluating their plans for the future after she beat cancer last year.
If the Jackson family is aiming for a simpler life, than it’s a no-brainer that they are selling this tricked-out waterfront home that features a 5-bedroom Hamptons-style main residence, a 4-bedroom guesthouse, a 1 bedroom cabin, a 2-story houseboat, private boat dock and a helipad atop a 3-car garage!
If that’s not enough, the for-sale Jackson family spread also includes a 1-acre building site. The magnificent, gated property clocks in at 3.5 acres and features breathtaking views and would be prime real estate for a well-heeled family who may want to create their very own vacation compound.
Rick French of French Christianson Patterson and Associates and Rick Moeser of Christie’s International Real Estate have the listing.
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8,694 square feet, 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms
A modern, angular six-story lakefront stunner on the north shore of Lake Tahoe, Nevada is on the market for $43,000,000, making it one very expensive lake house. It trails only behind the $75,000,000 Tranquility estate as the priciest property in Lake Tahoe.
As seen in the Wall Street Journal, the home sits on an impressive half acre and boasts almost 100 feet of lake frontage, punctuated by a steel pier. After 9 years of construction, the home was completed by philanthropists Linda and David Shaheen in 2010. Built from the ground up (literally), only the unassuming garage is viewable from the street. The rest of the six-story home is built into a slope and faces out directly onto the lake.
The listing describes the home as “architecturally significant and spectacularly engineered to maximize views.” The home has sheer walls of glass, a glass elevator and a 6-story glass stairwell to ensure that all views are accessible at all times.
While the home is 8,694 square feet, it has only 4 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms, but it does boast a gym, spa and some impressive living areas.
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