Just a little over a year after Twitter founder Jack Dorsey dropped $4.225 million on an ultra-modern home in the Hollywood Hills, he has listed the house for $4.495 million. He reportedly bought the pad for his then-girlfriend Raven Lyn Corneil, who no longer lives there, and the tech billionaire spends the majority of his time at his spacious place in San Francisco.
The 3,730-square-foot house is located on a quiet hillside street just off Mulholland Drive, and comprises five bedrooms and four bathrooms spread out over two stories. Walls made of glass sliders offer plenty of views of the San Fernando Valley and the home's ample outdoor space; one of the greatest features is a massive terrace on the upper floor that houses a stainless steel outdoor refrigerator and grill. A generous finished wooden deck has room enough for a lounge area, while a spacious lawn, infinity-edge swimming pool, and sunken spa one level below provide ample room for fun and relaxation.
Inside the front door, a dramatic 18-step floating staircase leads up to a great room that is both a living space and a formal dining area with floor-to-ceiling Fleetwood glass sliders. The kitchen, also located on the upper floor, features a massive 12-foot center island and high-end appliances to satisfy any aspiring gourmand.
The master suite, located in its own wing, includes a bedroom with breathtaking valley views, a walk-in closet, a private terrace, and a master bathroom with marble walls and floors and a luxurious shower with dual rainfall shower heads on top of a modern deep-soaking tub. The lower floor is where the other four bedrooms are located (all of them en suite), as well as a family/media room and a laundry room. There is also an attached two-car garage. Despite the enviable amenities of the Hollywood Hills home, it would appear as though Dorsey’s attention these days is focused on his San Francisco properties: In June, he bought a $21.9 million home there next door to a midcentury modern that he has owned since 2012. The Square CEO's properties now total a value of $32 million.
Originally Appeared on Architectural Digest