Foreclosed Marin Mansion Takes $14M Haircut

Foreclosed Marin Mansion Takes $14M Haircut

MARIN COUNTY, CA — A Marin mansion that four years ago listed for nearly $23 million is now selling at what qualifies as a deep discount for the filthy rich.

The foreclosed Ross property previously owned by tech billionaire Eric Greenburg was listed earlier this month for $9 million , The San Francisco Chronicle reports.

The 11,400 square-foot luxury home located at 27 Upper Road had an $11.5 million unpaid balance when the property entered foreclosure in August of last year, according to Zillow. It sold in a foreclosure auction to the bank for $7 million in January and was listed April 10 for $9 million.

The property offers unique amenities including a movie theater designed by Lucasfilm, enough wine storage for 31,000 bottles and an Italian-inspired Olympic length lap-pool and a hot tub surrounded by lush landscape, according to Redfin .

The property was for $22.9 million in June, 2016, according to Zillow.

“Let’s just say it was grossly overpriced for the time,” listing agent Matt Francis told The Chronicle.

“It’s a really beautiful property; it just wasn’t a $23 million property.”

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