For anyone who has ever wanted to live an Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) life, the opportunity has come.
The former home of Steve Wozniak — one of the co-founders of Apple — is for sale in Los Gatos, Calif., reports The Daily Mail.
In addition to its existing connection to Apple, the design of the 7,500 square foot home also has an Apple “feel” to it. With an open, airy construction, emphasis on white colors and streamlining and a great deal of light from the extended skylights, the home is said to present itself like the company’s iconic stores do.
Wozniak is famous for being the man behind the first Apple computer. He and the late Steve Jobs founded the firm in 1976 based on Wozniak’s personal computing ideas.
The home — which Wozniak had built in the exclusive Silicon Valley community in 1986 — is being sold by real estate broker Arthur Sharif for $4,395,000. That’s a significant drop from it’s original asking price of $5,000,000 a year ago.
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