It's time to live like the Woz. Or at least live like the Woz lived -- for a time. Minus the iPhone and iPad.
A Los Gatos home designed for Steve Wozniak -- the Apple co-founder who departed the company before the "other" Steve made it the icon it is today -- in 1986 is on the market for a cool $4.395 million, according to reports.
The home, which is nestled into a hillside and has some spectacular natural scenery, was built in 1986 and designed for the Woz during his entrepreneurial heydey. No word on the identity of the current owners, but it's at a discount: those owners listed the home last year for $5 million but withdrew after no buyers materialized, according to the San Francisco Chronicle's real estate blog.
The "modern contemporary" is sleek as can be, with pristine white finishes throughout its six bedrooms, eight (?!) baths, and 7,500 square foot home of living space. It's on a 1.19 acre lot "of prime Los Gatos property," the blog reported.
Make sure you peep the koi pond and the pool with waterfall.