Sometimes it’s good to be the man who brought us the iPhone. Jonathan Ive, Apple’s vice president of industrial design credited for the looks of the iPod, iPhone and other company’s products, bought an awesome mansion in San Francisco. Price wise, he took it off the previous owner’s hands for only $17 million.
The home was built in 1927. It’s a five-level house and is located in one of the city’s most exclusive blocks. The house has a total area of 7,274 sq. ft including six bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, 6 fireplaces, an oak-paneled library, a courtyard garden and features a ridiculous view of the San Francisco Bay.
Check out the pics after the jump….
Thanks to Business Insider for the pictures