What does the house of the man who created Twitter look like?
The website Ultralinx posted photos yesterday of Jack Dorsey’s new $9 million home in San Francisco. Dorsey, the co-founder of the now-indispensable, 140 character-based website, is apparently worth $650 million these days.
The house sits right on the bay overlooking the Golden Gate Bridge. For a tech founder’s home, it feels really natural, with skylights, stone and wood features, and plentiful views of the water. The $9 million price tag seemed to largely be going toward the view, though, as the home has just two bedrooms, according to Ultralinx.
For more photos, check Ultralinx or take a look below.
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