Location: Palo Alto, Calif.
Cost: $7 million
Bathrooms: 5 full, 2 half
Square footage: 5,617
Mark Zuckerberg's new digs are a long way from the Harvard dorm where he and his classmates founded the popular social networking site Facebook.
The baby-faced CEO plunked down a cool $7 million for the Palo Alto pad last year, which includes a salt water pool and spa. Still, to some, it's considered modest, given that Facebook may be going public this year in what some say could make the social networking website worth more than $100 billion.
Built in 1903, Zuckerberg's homestill holds its turn-of-the-century charm, but with modern luxuries. Zuckerberg can entertain friends with its outdoor fireplace and built-in barbecue. The master bathroom has an old-fashioned marble soaking tub as well as heated floors. There's also a sun room that opens up to the yard.
The best part for the well-known workaholic? It's just a stone's throw away from Facebook's new Menlo Park headquarters.