Zynga's Mark Pincus Sells His San Francisco Home

The Zynga CEO still has another home on the market.

Now that Zynga has gone public, Mark Pincus doesn't need all those homes

After putting his 6-bedroom Washington Street in San Francisco home on the market for $8.9 million, Pincus has sold his primary San Francisco home at 1572 Shrader St.

The house was initially listed for $2.189 but it reportedly closed escrow at $1.89 million.

Pincus is going to take a loss on the property. He reportedly purchased it for $2.85 million in 2005.

The 3-bedroom, 3-bath Cole Valley home was built in 1940 but it was recently redone to feature a glass shrouded staircase, a spa, a fire pit, views of the Golden Gate Bridge and redwood trees in the backyard.

The stripper stalker was reportedly not part of the sale. Pincus' other home is still on the market.

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