Kevin Mandia, CEO of FireEye, a cybersecurity company in California, has just listed his Woodside, CA, mansion for almost $18M. This Silicon Valley community has 48 active listings that, on average, will run buyers up almost $4M.
This astonishing 3-acre compound includes a 6,000 sq ft main residence, a 700 sq ft cottage, a luxurious guest house, a pool house, and on top of it all, a private gym. The property has been catching some buyer's eyes, and interest is only growing since, after only a week, the listing status has changed to "pending".
The top-notch residence features a two-story floor plan with a formal living room and dining room, a well-equipped kitchen with a breakfast area, a comfortable yet fancy family room, and a library with outdoor access. There are also a master and guest suite, two more bedrooms upstairs, and a private office and laundry room.
The single-family home was built and designed in 2001 by Walker-Warner Architects in San Francisco. It comes with four bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms, and entertainment pieces including a heated pool, spa, tennis court, and a lovely olive tree garden.
As a bonus, the home has installations that make it energy-efficient, such as: photovoltaic solar panels, geothermal systems, tank water heaters, and a personal backup generator, which was surely a necessity for the tech mogul.
Mandia acquired the property back in 2014 for $16M and is now asking over $17.8M for this Californian mansion.
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