California Governor Gavin Newsom sells his Marin County mansion for $ 5.9 million

Gavin Newsom sold his California mansion in recent weeks – Photo: Emma McIntyre / Getty Images

Gavin newsom, who could become the second California governor to be removed from office, sold in recent months the imposing mansion he owned in the Marin County, but it was until now that the news was made public.

The property was bought, in 2011, by Gavin and his wife, the film director Jennifer Siebel Newsom, after disbursing $ 2,225,000 dollars.

In January 2019 they tried to sell it for the first time, in $ 6 million, but the lack of interested parties caused them to reconsider their position, so two months later they announced it at $ 5.7 million dollars, but they were not successful either.

Despite that second failed attempt, Gavin and Jennifer did not lose hope and on May 24 they finally managed to finalize their sale in $ 5,895,000 dollars.

According to the technical sheet, released by various specialized media in the sale of real estate, the two-story residence was built in 1950 by the architect Worley K. Wong and remodeled by Julie Dowling.

The house has an area of 4,014 square feet, with five bedrooms, with four bathrooms, with two half bathrooms, with a hall, with a kitchen, with a breakfast room, with a dining room, with a living room, with a main room, with a TV room, with office, with terrace, among other rooms.

The kitchen is quite spacious and open. It is equipped with a white cupboard, with high-end appliances, as well as a bar that can work to prepare food, but also as a breakfast area. Outside the room there is room for a breakfast table.

Outside, being located on a 1.38-acre lot, it enjoys extensive green areas, a terrace, a swimming pool with its respective spa area, a fire pit, among other amenities.

Gavin Newsom, his wife and their four children currently live in a $ 3.7 million house located in the Fair Oaks area, discarding the possibility of living during his tenure in the Governor’s House.

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