Apple cofounder Steve Wozniak's former home finally sells for $3.9 million after several years on the market

The former Los Gatos home of Apple cofounder Steve Wozniak has finally sold after a tumultuous few years on the market.

It has been listed and delisted several times since 2013, most recently for $US4.152 million. It eventually sold for $US3.9 million to pharmaceutical entrepreneur Mehdi Paborji, listing agent Arthur Sharif told Business Insider.

“The seller really wanted someone who appreciated the home,” Sharif said.

Wozniak played a big role in the design of the home, which was built in 1986, though he hasn’t lived there for 8 years. Patent lawyer Randy Tung purchased the home from the Wozniak family for $US3.1 million in 2009.

“The coolest part of this house was the list of Silicon Valley elite — people from LinkedIn, Apple, Facebook — who came to pay homage to the home,” Sharif said. “It’s where Wozniak raised his kids.”

The 7,500-square-foot, six-bedroom home is sleek and modern, with all-white walls reminiscent of an Apple store.

The home is located in the foothills of Los Gatos, California, in the heart of Silicon Valley.

The exterior is curved and modern.

Inside, the walls are all white, and an abundance of light filters in.

Though Wozniak designed and built the house in the '80s, it recently underwent an extensive renovation.

A small dining area has a stained-glass window as a skylight.

The kitchen has counters of Esmeralda granite and white-wood cabinets.

There's a separate dining area on the other side of the wall.

There's another living room upstairs, complete with its own fireplace.

The home has six bedrooms in total. The master suite has panorama views of the surrounding mountains.

It also has a large patio and a seating area with a fireplace.

The master bath has a decently sized tub and shower.

It also has access to private gardens in the back.

The other bedrooms also have some amazing features, like this children's room with a mural painted by Disney artist Erick 'The Wiz' Castellan.

Wozniak had a little bit of fun with the design, too. There's a 500-square foot 'Children's Discovery Complex,' complete with a mini playground, slides, and ladders.

This would be a ton of fun for the kids.

You can exit this small bedroom via fireman's pole.

And another sitting area is decked out in all-white furniture.

The outdoor spaces are also a sight to behold.

The home offers plenty of places to enjoy the view.

There's a large swimming pool with a waterfall that flows over a travertine wall.

There's also a large Koi pond surrounded by a stone terrace.

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