Minecraft Creator Markus Persson’s New Home A $70M Mansion In Beverly Hills

 

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Back in September Microsoft bought the popular video game Minecraft from Sweden’s Mojang, it was the first big purchase for the new CEO Satya Nadella. The US software giant paid $2.5 billion to claim ownership for it. Needless to say its creator Markus Persson is now a wealthy man who can afford quite a few luxurious around the world. Bloomberg reports Persson recently bought a $70 million mansion in Beverly Hills, California. The best part is he outbid Jay-Z for it.

The amazing 23,000 square-foot house consists of eight bedrooms and 15 baths. Other features include an 18-seat screening room and a 24-person dining room table with Roberto Cavalli place settings priced at $3,700 each. Mansions living room has 10 chairs designed by Bentley Home that cost $56,000 apiece. Fully furnished home also has $5,600 toilets. A large closet the size of a small apartment, a massive wine room, a large kitchen with professional equipment and marble tops, and a gym are also part of the interiors.

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Its one-of-a-kind garage opens up into a bar and living room. On the outside there is an infinity pool with wonderful views. The property also offer amazing views from downtown Los Angeles to the Pacific Ocean. The estate was built by Bruce Makowsky, well known for his handbags than property development.

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Source: Business Insider