A $100 million house in the upscale suburb of San Jose could soon be worth more than $10 million, thanks to the work of a California investor.
Called the Carpooler Mansion, the home is located on the site of the San Jose Convention Center, the city’s historic hotel, and was sold by a real estate investor in 2011 for $5.6 million.
The mansion was built in the mid-1960s by Frank Lloyd Wright, a prominent architect and philanthropist, and the home has become one of the most sought-after residences in the world, according to real estate experts.
It was the property of a Japanese family who bought it from a Japanese company in 2007, but the family has since sold the house.
According to the buyer, the family bought the property as a “once-in-a-lifetime opportunity,” but it has become increasingly difficult to sell the property, according the San Francisco Chronicle.
“It was a wonderful opportunity, and I really think the home will bring in a lot of money for the family,” the buyer told the newspaper.
Since its purchase, the house has been under the ownership of the family, who have said they are keeping it in their family.
The mansion has undergone several renovations, including a $200 million home renovations.
When it comes to home ownership, the buyer said he is very focused on the property.
For the most part, he said, he has focused on making sure the house is in great shape.
“[It’s] the most expensive house in California,” he told the Chronicle.
“And we’re going to keep it that way, so it’s going to be a fantastic place for my family to raise their family.”