He's been the chief designer for the iPad, the MacBook Air and every iPhone, but when it came to buying a new San Francisco home, Apple's Jonathan Ive went classic old school.
Ive, who goes by Jony, and his wife Heather, have parted with a cool $17 million for a 7,274 sq. ft. house in the desirable Pacific Heights neighborhood.
The five story house has a courtyard, six fireplaces and drop dead views of the Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz.
It was built in 1927, designed by San Fran's favorite architect, Willis Polk, and has many of its period details intact.
The mansion has six bedrooms, eight baths and a wood-paneled library.
The Ives made quite a deal on the purchase. When it came on the market in February, it was listed at $25 million.
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