Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak’s former Los Gatos digs relisted for less

The 7.500-square-foot Californian post-modern residence has been put back on the market with an ask price of $4.395M, since the previous attempts at selling it failed, in spite the highly regarded Silicon Valley real estate market.


Steve Wozniak, Woz, as he is commonly known, co-founded Apple Computer (now Apple Inc.) with Ronald Wayne and Steve Jobs. He designed the world’s first home computer in 1976 (Apple 1 and Apple 2) on his own and a decade later undertook designing his own home in Los Gatos, California, within walking distance from the Apple’s HQ. Subsequently, more precisely in 2006, the estate underwent design alterations, although much of the original design has been kept, according to New York Daily News.

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The double-story luxury residence features 6 bedrooms and 7 full bathrooms. Sitting on 1.19 acres, the digs include an indoor children’s area, a koi pond with waterfall and extensive indoor and outdoor leisure room, besides a well-lit open floor plan and a lavishly fitted kitchen with a stained-glass sky-light, most of which features being Woz’s original ideas. The home overlooks breathtaking views of the heavily forested Los Gatos Mountains.

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