Palo Alto

Sun Microsystems Co Founder Scott McNealy Lists Palo Alto Mega Home for Nearly $100 Million

Looking for a Bay Area home and got $96.8 million to spare?

If so, you may want to consider a 32,000-square-foot Palo Alto Hills estate listed on REX Real Estate's Exchange's website. Billionaire Sun Microsystems cofounder Scott McNealy listed the custom-built mega home, which sits off Los Trancos Road.

The four-story home, built in 2008, is reportedly the priciest Bay Area home publicly listed on the market and could shatter a new record if sold, according to Palo Alto Online.

Here's a look at what else the home features:

  • pizza room
  • poker room
  • spa with steam, sauna and massage table
  • hidden "safe" room
  • disco/dance floor
  • full gym
  • pool and spa
  • indoor basketball/sports court
  • wine cellar
  • billiard room
  • media room
  • 110 yard golf practice area with two putting greens
  • indoor ice rink/tennis court/pavilion
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