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Zynga Founder Offers Pacific Heights Home for $18M
September 30th, 2014 2:12 PM

Mark Pincus, founder of Internet game company Zynga, bought a seven-bedroom, seven-bathroom San Francisco home in 2012 for $16 million, and now, just two years later, he’s offering the “City by the Bay” beauty for $18 million, according to Forbes.

In a city where opulence and grandeur are the hallmarks of society, this is a home that is truly remarkable. Built in 1906, the Dutch Colonial home was originally commissioned by Virginia Whiting Newhall—a San Francisco socialite—and designed by Albert L. Farr.

Since it was built, Pincus is only its third owner.


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