Inside Microsoft Co-Founder’s $41.5M Estate

Real Estate

The home of deceased billionaire Paul Allen, co-founder of Microsoft, hit the market last week for $41.5 million in Silicon Valley’s Atherton, California. For the full story, click here. The following pictures show the interior of the 21,000-square-foot home.

The breakfast nook, above, looks out at the outdoor dining area and patio. Below is the formal dining room with a raised fireplace.

The second-floor hallway overlooks the living room, below, with its two-story-high ceiling.

There are two master bedroom, including the one pictured below, both with walk-in closet and marble-walled bathrooms.

The walk-in closet, pictured below, for one of the master bedrooms has the same light-colored wood featured throughout the house.

There are two outdoor fireplaces with seating areas, including the one pictured below.

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