“Steve Jobs will give away his controversial fixer-upper house in Woodside to a local investor who plans to spend between $4 million and $6 million to relocate and restore it,” Becky Bergman reports for The Silicon Valley / San Jose Business Journal.

Bergman reports, “An appellate court denied Jobs’ appeal last week for a rehearing following San Mateo County Superior Court Judge Marie Weiner’s decision last year, which bars the executive from tearing down the 30-room mansion, known as the Jackling House.”

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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader "Bizarro Ballmer" for the heads up.]

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