“While Apple rarely discounts products, the same didn’t apply here, since Ive picked up the mansion for a (relative) snip in 2012: paying $17 million against an original asking price of $25 million,” Dormehl reports. “The five-floor home was completed in 1927, and features a modest four bedrooms and 7.5 bathrooms. It was designed by well-known local architect Willis Polk.”
Dormehl reports, “Of course, there’s no way of knowing how the property has been modified since Ive and his wife moved in.”
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