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Steve Jobs’ widow snaps up stunning $16.5million San Francisco mansion

Laurene Powell Jobs has continued her real estate shopping spree with her latest $16.5million purchase of a stunning San Francisco mansion. 

Powell Jobs, who has a net worth of $18.9billion, purchased the residence in the Russian Hill neighborhood from venture capitalist Danny Rimer.  

Rimer paid $12.4million for the home back in 2013. Rimer’s home had been on the market for just a month when Powell Jobs paid cash for it.  

Laurene Powell Jobs has continued her real estate shopping spree with her latest $16.5million purchase of a stunning San Francisco mansion

Powell Jobs, who has a net worth of $18.9billion, purchased the residence in the Russian Hill neighborhood from venture capitalist Danny Rimer

Powell Jobs, who has a net worth of $18.9billion, purchased the residence in the Russian Hill neighborhood from venture capitalist Danny Rimer

The residence features six bedroom, seven bathrooms and 6,180 square feet, including multiple decks with views of the San Francisco Bay

The residence features six bedroom, seven bathrooms and 6,180 square feet, including multiple decks with views of the San Francisco Bay

Nearly every room (pictured) inside the home has breathtaking views of the San Francisco Bay

Nearly every room (pictured) inside the home has breathtaking views of the San Francisco Bay

The master bedroom has a private balcony and a spa-like bath, with a separate tub placed on a marble slab

The master bedroom has a private balcony and a spa-like bath, with a separate tub placed on a marble slab

It also includes a garden off the family room, and a back patio (pictured) 

It also includes a garden off the family room, and a back patio (pictured) 

The $16.5million purchase is the second-highest price paid in the city so far this year.

The residence features six bedrooms, seven bathrooms and 6,180 square feet, including multiple decks with views of the San Francisco Bay. 

It also includes a garden off the family room, and a back patio. 

The master bedroom has a private balcony and a spa-like bath, with a separate tub placed on a marble slab. 

There’s also a high-end kitchen with an extra-long marble island.

The living room features a fireplace and floor-to-ceiling bookshelves and the dining room includes French doors that open to a balcony. 

According to The Observer, the home was originally built in 1902, but has been extensively remodeled over time. 

Most recently, the home was remodeled by noted interior designer Steven Volpe, who gave the home a more modern look.  

Powell Jobs is pictured with her late husband Steve Jobs in 2010

Laurene Powell Jobs

Rimer paid $12.4million for the home back in 2013. Rimer’s home had been on the market for just a month when Powell Jobs paid cash for it

The $16.6million purchase is the second-highest price paid in the city so far this year

The $16.6million purchase is the second-highest price paid in the city so far this year

The living room features a fireplace and floor-to-ceiling bookshelves and the dining room includes French doors that open to a balcony

The living room features a fireplace and floor-to-ceiling bookshelves and the dining room includes French doors that open to a balcony

Powell Jobs, the widow of Apple's co-founder, Steve Jobs, already owns a $20million compound in Woodside, California

Powell Jobs, the widow of Apple’s co-founder, Steve Jobs, already owns a $20million compound in Woodside, California

In 2016, the 54-year-old businesswoman snapped up a $15million ranch in Florida, where her daughter, Eve Jobs, frequently competes and trains. Pictured is a dining area with impeccable views of the city inside her new home 

In 2016, the 54-year-old businesswoman snapped up a $15million ranch in Florida, where her daughter, Eve Jobs, frequently competes and trains. Pictured is a dining area with impeccable views of the city inside her new home 

The home also features a high-end kitchen with an extra-long marble island. Views of the city can also be seen from the kitchen 

The home also features a high-end kitchen with an extra-long marble island. Views of the city can also be seen from the kitchen 

The home was originally built in 1902, but has been extensively remodeled over time

The home was originally built in 1902, but has been extensively remodeled over time

Powell Jobs, the widow of Apple’s co-founder, Steve Jobs, already owns a $20million compound in Woodside, California.

She also paid $16.3million for a 10-acre equestrian estate in tony Los Altos Hills, California, in 2014. 

In April 2015, she dropped $44million in cash on an unfinished compound in Malibu’s Paradise Cove neighborhood. 

And two years later, she handed over another $16.5million to buy the house next door, which she is combining with the larger compound to create one mega-home.

In 2016, the 54-year-old businesswoman snapped up a $15million ranch in Florida, where her daughter, Eve Jobs, frequently competes and trains.  

Last October, the billionaire philanthropist reportedly bought a major stake in the Monumental Sports & Entertainment, a multi-billion dollar company that owns three major sports franchises in Washington DC, as well as the city’s Capital One Arena.

And last July, Powell Jobs, who founded the nonprofit group Emerson Collective, bought a major stake in The Atlantic magazine. 

Most recently, the home was remodeled by noted interior designer Steven Volpe, who gave the home a more modern look

Most recently, the home was remodeled by noted interior designer Steven Volpe, who gave the home a more modern look

Powell Jobs is known for scooping up real estate properties and this new edition is believed to be the fifth property she's purchased since 2014 

Powell Jobs is known for scooping up real estate properties and this new edition is believed to be the fifth property she’s purchased since 2014 

In April 2015, she dropped $44million in cash on an unfinished compound in Malibu’s Paradise Cove neighborhood. And two years later, she handed over another $16.5million to buy the house next door, which she is combining with the larger compound to create one mega-home. Another room inside her new home is pictured 

In April 2015, she dropped $44million in cash on an unfinished compound in Malibu’s Paradise Cove neighborhood. And two years later, she handed over another $16.5million to buy the house next door, which she is combining with the larger compound to create one mega-home. Another room inside her new home is pictured 

The home (center) also features a two-car garage, a rarity for most homes in San Francisco 

The home (center) also features a two-car garage, a rarity for most homes in San Francisco 



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