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$100 Million Home in Silicon Valley Sold to Facebook Investor

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First Facebook made Mark Zuckerberg millions, then it garnered an Oscar for Aaron Sorkin, and now it has made possible one of the the most expensive sales of a single-family home in U.S. history.

Russian billionaire Yuri Milner, who is a heavy investor in Facebook, Groupon and Farmville, according to NPR, purchased the $100 million, 250,000 square foot mansion in Silicon Valley from sellers Fred and Annie Chan. The house has a spa, a gym, a ballroom (you know...for balls), and a view of the San Francisco Bay.

Architect William Hablinski told the AP that when it came to building the home:

"It did have a budget, it just went far beyond."