Last month, Versity Software CEO and co-founder Bruce Gilpin and his partner, pilot Paul Moreno, sold their modern home in San Francisco’s Noe Valley neighbourhood for $US6.75 million.
According to Sotheby’s International Realty, which handled the sale, it was the most expensive home ever sold in Noe Valley.
The four-bedroom home is ultra-modern, with incredible city panoramas, according to The Wall Street Journal.
That sale price blows past the neighbourhood’s average home value of just under $US1.5 million, calculated by Zillow.
Versity is a data storage software company.
The kitchen is built for cooks, with plenty of storage space and a prep island with a sink in the center.
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