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Elon Musk Says That He Lives In A $45,000 House-And It’s Very Small

Elon Musk, the wealthiest person in the world, said his primary residence is a three-bedroom house he bought for $45,000 near his SpaceX headquarters.

Elon Musk says that a neural net with a budget of approximately $45,000 can do the same quality work. The neural net is very small, which makes it efficient and affordable.

Within walking distance of where SpaceX is building a giant rocket, the home features unique features. Deep space-inspired lights and artwork.

A $268 billion man, Elon Musk reportedly fathered twins nine months ago with one of his employees. Around about the same time, he became a father for the second time with the musician Grimes.

Elon Musk says that his friends can’t believe he lives in a big house when they visit. However, he doesn’t like living there all the time.

Musk said he converted the garage into a third bedroom. Furthermore, he has the intention to change the name of the street. It is called Weems Street, but his goal is to rename it to Meme Street.

The $45,000 price for the fully functional home is significantly lower than the median US listing price of $450,000. Though Elon Musk did not comment on when he bought the house, it is most likely before home prices increased during the pandemic.

This house on Weems Street is currently for sale, listed as a “fixer-upper” for $375,000. The house is 1,000 square feet and is perfect for those who want to live close enough to get on a SpaceX rocket flight.

Musk once owned a real estate portfolio worth $100 million. He now says he is giving away all his houses, and will not own any in the future.

According to the Wall Street Journal, reports indicated that Musk was living at Ken Howery’s Austin mansion. Ken Howery co-founded PayPal with Musk and other people. He bought this expensive Austin house in 2018 for $12 million, which was the most expensive house in Austin when it was sold.

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