Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's secret $59million Lake Tahoe compound has been revealed.
Zuckerberg, 34, purchased the two adjacent estates near Tahoe City, California a few months ago, using non-disclosure agreements, a limited-liability company called Golden Range and his wealth manager, Iconiq Capital, to keep the transaction private, the Wall Street Journal reported.
The non-disclosure agreements even required real estate agents such as luxury property brokerage Oliver to remove images of the properties from the internet.
The two estates, known as Brushwood Estate and Carousel Estate, were previously put on the market in 2017.
Carousel Estate consists of a compound with a main house and two cottages on 3.5 acres of lakefront land
Carousel Estate (above) and neighboring Brushwood Estate make up Zuckerberg's latest real estate acquisitions
Carousel's main home has eight bedrooms and 9.5 baths, separated into three living areas connected by breezeways
Zuckerberg, 34, purchased the two adjacent estates near Tahoe City, California a few months ago
Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, bought the adjacent estates on Lake Tahoe's west shore in recent months
Brushwood was originally owned by novelist Stewart Edward White, and its previous owner was San Francisco philanthropist Tamara Fritz, who used it to host many Oscar de la Renta fashion shows, according to SF Gate.
Brushwood's main home is 5,322 square feet including six bedrooms, five full baths and two half baths.
The six-acre estate's 2,293-square-foot guesthouse has two bedrooms and two and a half baths.
Old growth trees dot the lawn extending down to the lake. On the lakefront, there's a private dock, a boat lift and a hot tub.
Neighboring Carousel Estate