1. Bill GatesWorth: $81 billion Home: Medina, Washington

The majority of Mr. Gates’ time is spent at his 66,000-square-foot residence in Medina, Washington, which has been dubbed Xanadu 2.0 after the home of Citizen Kane’s main character. Overlooking Lake Washington is the home. The seven-year, $63.2 million construction of Mr. Gates’ technologically advanced home cost him a lot of money. In 1988, he paid $2 million for the lot, but today, records show that it is worth an estimated $170 million.

2. Jeff BezosWorth: $67 billion Home: Medina, Washington

The 52-year-old Mr. Bezos amassed a sizable number of real estate assets over the years as he built his e-commerce company, landing him the No. 26 slot on The Land Report’s list of America’s top landowners in 2017. According to Forbes, he owns a 12,000 square foot Beverly Hills villa that is adjacent to Tom Cruise, a 165,000 acre ranch in West Texas, a waterfront home in Washington, three connected apartments in Manhattan’s Century Tower, and a house on a 165,000 acre ranch in West Texas.

His residence in Medina, Washington, not far from Amazon’s corporate headquarters, has 5.35 acres and a living area of around 29,000 square feet. Along with the main house, there is a 4,500 square foot boathouse on Lake Washington as well as a caretaker’s cottage.

3. Warren BuffettWorth: $65.5 billion Home: Omaha, Nebraska

Although the world’s most astute investor has several real estate holdings, Mr. Buffett, 86, is renowned for leading a modest life.

He paid $31,500 for the house on a corner in Omaha, Nebraska, in 1958. Since then, Mr. Buffett has resided there. The mansion, which was first constructed in 1921, underwent a number of additions to become the man’s cosy and pleasant 6,500 square foot residence. His net worth is approximately $65.5 billion.

4. Mark ZuckerbergWorth: $55.5 billion Home: Palo Alto, California

The youngest businessman with the greatest money invests the majority of it towards philanthropic endeavours like education and health. His real estate holdings also include a 9.9 million pied-a-terre in San Francisco, next to Dolores Park, and his Palo Alto residence.

For $7 million, Mr. Zuckerberg, 32, bought his first Palo Alto home in the Craftsman style in 2011. In order to further maintain his solitude, he purchased four of the homes that surrounded his property in the years that followed for around $43.8 million. However, his intention to demolish and then rebuild those four houses has been put on hold.

5. Larry EllisonWorth: $49.3 billion Home: Woodside, California

Larry Ellison, 72, the executive chairman of Oracle, owns a sizable real estate holdings. He has acquired significant portions of whole neighbourhoods in Malibu and the area of Lake Tahoe. According to published sources, he also owns a garden mansion in Kyoto, Japan, a $70-million Beechwood Mansion in Newport, Rhode Island, and 98% of Lanai, Hawaii’s sixth-largest island, which he paid $500 million for in 2012.

His $110 million mansion in Woodside, California, has a 2.3-acre artificial lake and is designed after 16th-century Japanese architecture.


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