Steve Jobs Houses in Pictures

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The information that Steve Jobs passed away due to pancreatic cancer at age 56 shocks million of fans all over the world. The regret about the death of the most inspiring and influential person of our time blurred the disappointment of iPhone 5’s unsuccessful launch. U.S. President Barack Obama called the former CEO of Apple one of the greatest inventors in the U.S. who changed the technology world in positive ways and changed the way people view about the world. A lot of people hope that Steve Jobs' house will become a museum of his own life.


During his lifetime, the tech wizard Steve Jobs was so happy when he succeeded in buying an old villa located in Woodside, California. After many attempts, CEO of Apple Steve Jobs was allowed to tear down the empty 84-year-old mansion and build a smaller, modern house more to his exacting taste.


The ancient Mediterranean-style home where Steve Jobs purchased in 1984 and lived in it for about 10 years before renting it out

The ancient Mediterranean-style home where Steve Jobs purchased in 1984 and lived in it for about 10 years before renting it out


Jobs applied for a permit to demolish the property in February 2001 with the aim of building a new single-family home

Jobs applied for a permit to demolish the property in February 2001 with the aim of building a new single-family home


One of the mansion's 14 bedrooms

One of the mansion's 14 bedrooms


While waiting to rebuild the villa in Woodside, California, former Apple CEO Steve Jobs stayed in a Tudor-style mansion in Palo Alto with the estimated price $ 2,728,500

While waiting to rebuild the villa in Woodside, California, former Apple CEO Steve Jobs stayed in a Tudor-style mansion in Palo Alto with the estimated price $ 2,728,500


The gate of Steve Jobs's house in Palo Alto where well-wishers gathered to pay their tribute to Steve Jobs’s sudden death

The gate of Steve Jobs's house in Palo Alto where well-wishers gathered to pay their tribute to Steve Jobs’s sudden death


This villa is situated among a land with beautiful and peaceful scenery

This villa is situated among a land with beautiful and peaceful scenery


Apparently, Steve Jobs's house is very similar to those in the fairy tale

Apparently, Steve Jobs's house is very similar to those in the fairy tale


Steve Jobs feels comfortable when living here as peaceful natural scenery is good for his health

Steve Jobs feels comfortable when living here as peaceful natural scenery is good for his health


Recently, there are some sources referring to Steve Jobs' mystery house which was a closely guarded secret in 2009 when a very ill Steve Jobs came to Memphis. According to John Branston, a reporter with the Memphis Flyer, it all started when Jobs and his team decided on the UT Methodist Le Bonheur Liver Transplant Center in Memphis to save his life when a donor liver was ready. In fact, in March 2009, the mystery man in a dark suit is George Riley who drove a rental car and came to Midtown to make the arrangements. He was charged with finding a home for Steve Jobs, which was not only secure, but also private. Steve Jobs stayed in Memphis for only a few weeks during his recovery and at least one person saw him in a wheelchair in Overton Park and recognized him but did not speak to him. Then in April, the house on Morningside was empty again.


This is Steve Jobs' mystery house in Memphis where former Apple CEO lived to save his life and protect his privacy

This is Steve Jobs' mystery house in Memphis where former Apple CEO lived to save his life and protect his privacy

Steve Jobs' Houses

 

Related links:

Steve Jobs Death 2011: Most Famous Quotes in His Life

Steve Jobs’s Significant Milestones in Pictures

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This article was published on 2011/10/18