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Facebook Founder Mark Zuckerberg's Carousel and Brushwood Estate

Facebook Founder Mark Zuckerberg’s Carousel and Brushwood Estate

Mark Zuckerberg’s Carousel And Brushwood Estate

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg is a role model for the people who want to start their startup, His company Facebook has brought millions of people around the world on a platform to make the world a truly global world.

With your Facebook account, you can connect or exchange knowledge and skills with your friends and people around the world in your field & area.

Mark Zuckerberg is also fond of real estate. Mark Zuckerberg, the world’s richest young man, has bought two properties on the west side of Lake Tahoe.

It is likely that they will buy the third property along the same lake road. Robert Quist, a wealthy investment banker, lived in the Carousel Estate, while the other property Brushwood Estate was kept by a former San Francisco-based lady property owner.

Mark Zuckerberg bought Carousel Estate in December last year for $22 million and Brushwood Estate for $37 million in January 2019.

Carousel Estate covers three and a half acres with seven bedrooms, while Brushwood Estate covers 6.2 acres. The Brushwood Estate is a place where the league decides every year to protect lake Tahoe from the effects of pollution.

Source: Chase International

The Oscar de la Renta Fashion Show is also launched at Lake Tahoe. The main house has six bedrooms.

It also has a separate guest house and private warehouse. Mark Zuckerberg is known for finding unusual homes that nobody can imagine to buy.

He bought these two properties near Lake Tahoe just to seek closeness to nature, otherwise, he already had expensive real estate homes in San Francisco, Palo Alto California and Kauai Hawaii.

Northern California’s Tahoe Lake is a popular resort for residents. In order to make Lake Tahoe his permanent picnic point; Mark Zuckerberg bought the carousel and brushwood estates which were covered by the trees all around.

Mark Zuckerberg acquired these properties through Gold Range Limited Liability Company and his high wealth manager Iconiq Capital LLC.

Along with these two properties, Zuckerberg also owns a private waterfront, more than 600 feet across Lake Tahoe.

His neighbors are no ordinary people, the family of Hewlett-Packard founder Bill Hewlett and the publishing icon Charles McClure also lives there.

It is not yet clear whether they will reside in these properties or demolish them. According to Facebook documentation, the company spends $20 million on the security of its young CEO.

Source: CNBC

Carousel State

The bungalow built on the old design, enclosed in the dense shade of tall trees on four sides, gives a sense of comfort and protection.

There is a rule of silence, which is caused by the buzzing of the birds and the shaking of the branches of the trees. He can also enjoy his lunch and dinner by watching beautiful views of the lake.

The central part of the house has a living room with high ceilings. It has eight bedrooms with luxurious furniture while the number of bathrooms is 9.

The sophisticated decoration of the bedroom enjoys the natural life of a village. The woodwork is extravagant in the extra bedrooms for guests.

The spacious windows attach the home to the exterior view. The large and spacious kitchens provide a great deal of cooking space for home-owners.

The Carousel Estate is comprised of three separate living quarters, which are linked to the terraces with a terrace.

There is also a separate building for property supervisors, which has three bedrooms and a bathroom. In addition, the boat at Marina Style Lake has been set up to anchor and sail for the lake. There is ample room to anchor the boat.

Source: CBS13

BrushWood Estate

Located in Tahoe City, California, this iconic state offers wonderful opportunities for isolation, where you can enjoy sailing boats by the deck along the lake.

The estate was purchased in 1920 by Stewart Edward White, a well-known American writer and natural resource conservationist, a close friend of President Theodore Roosevelt.

It was in this atmosphere of silence that he compels the people to love his creations. He named this property in the name of Rudyard Kipling‘s novel “Brushwood Boy” and now called “Brushwood Estate“.

He encouraged people towards nature in that period when the industrial revolution had disconnected human beings from it. Now, this natural state has been bought by Mark Zuckerberg, the youngest billionaire in the world, which is proof of their love for nature.

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As Stewart Edward White and his wife Elizabeth wrote travel stories to raise awareness of spirituality and promote tourism, Maybe Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan also find any relation to spirituality & nature and write some novel and biography on it. 

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