Elon Musk seems super serious about selling off almost all of his physical possessions and not owning a home … because he just put a pair of mansions on the market.
The Tesla honcho listed two of his Bel-Air estates for sale Sunday, this only days after telling the world he would shed most of his possessions and own no home.
Elon’s seeking a combined $39.5 million for the properties — listing a massive 16,251-square-foot estate for $30 mil and a home previously owned by the late Gene Wilder for $9.5 million.
And, get this … Elon’s selling without a realtor. The homes are both for sale by owner.
Gene’s former haunt is a quirky, unique and charming ranch-style property overlooking the stream, trees and white sand traps of the 13th green and 14th fairway on the Bel-Air County Club Golf Course. The 5-bedroom, 2,756-square-foot home comes with an oval pool and private guest cottage.
Elon says there’s one stipulation for buying Willy Wonka’s old house … “It cannot be torn down or lose any of its soul.”
Elon’s other listing sits on a private knoll overlooking the Bel-Air Country Club, with sweeping views of the city and Pacific ocean. It’s a sprawling property with 6-bedrooms, including a master suite with separate dual closets and baths.
The crib is decked out with a family wing, 2-story library, 2-room guest suite, theater, wine cellar, gym, lighted championship tennis court, pool and a fruit orchard!
Plenty of room to park those Teslas in the motor court with a 5-car garage.
Elon ignited the selling spree Friday with a Twitter storm … announcing, “I am selling almost all physical possessions. Will own no house.” Elon says “freedom” is behind the sale.
Musk bought the two properties for about $24 million combined back in 2012 and 2013 … and the homes are part of a six-house collection Elon owns outside Bel-Air Country Club.
BTW … Forbes estimates Elon’s net worth at $37.9 billion.