- A massive Beverly Hills property that belonged to late Microsoft cofounder Paul Allen is back on the market for $110 million.
- The 120-acre development site, which spans five empty lots, was put on the market for $150 million after Allen's death in October 2018.
- The property is mostly undeveloped except for utilities, a one-mile private road, and two entrances that Allen added while he owned it.
- According to the listing, the land has space for a private compound as well as multiple guest houses and facilities such as a sports arena, a spa and wellness center, an entertainment complex, equestrian facilities, or a winery.
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A sprawling plot of Beverly Hills property that belonged to late Microsoft cofounder Paul Allen is back on the market for $110 million.
The development site, which spans five empty lots, is largely empty. Allen reportedly planned on turning it into a personal private compound , but only ended up adding utilities, a one-mile private road, and two entrances to the property during the more than 20 years he owned it.
The $110 million property is listed with Zach Goldsmith, Jesse Lally, Jeff Hyland, and Rick Hilton of Hilton & Hyland.
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