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A $102-million Tahoe spread and other Larry Ellison homes

Monday, October 24, 2011

imageWho’s the nation’s most conspicuous real estate consumer among the mega-wealthy? The Wall Street Journal makes a case for Oracle CEO Larry Ellison in a two-page spread Friday devoted to his ostentatious holdings. WSJ says he’s spent $102 million thus far on his Lake Tahoe hideaway alone. By comparison to numerous of his other homes, Ellison’s $3.8 million Pacific Heights pad is chump change. But then for someone whose net worth is said to be $33 billion, where does the chump change line begin?

Add: The newspaper’s tease for the Ellison spread: “How the software billionaire has taken serial property buying to new extremes.”
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