Zynga CEO Mark Pincus is taking offers on a home he once owned but reportedly never lived in.
On the day Groupon goes public comes news related to the next hot startup expected to go IPO soon.
A San Francisco home once owned by Zynga CEO Mark Pincus is going on the market.
Real Estate site Socketsite reports that the six bedroom, 6.5 bath home at 3855 Washington St. in San Francisco was purchased by Pincus in 2009.
But the home was never lived in by the virtual game-maker or his family. Instead the family used to live at 1572 Shrader St. in San Francisco before being chased to a more secure location by a Russian stripper/stalker.
The Washington Street home is hitting the market for $8.9 million after being purchased for $8.1 million just two years ago.
For a full tour of the home, visit the realtor's website.