PayPal co-founder is selling his $7.25 million San Francisco home — take a look inside

Inside PayPal co-founder's $7.25 million San Francisco home for sale

Max Levchin, co-founder of PayPal, has listed his San Francisco home for $7.25 million. Levchin purchased the home in 2007 for $5.3 million, according to

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Take a look inside.

The 5,010-square-foot property built in 2003 is located in Cow Hollow, an upscale district near the Presidio and the bay. The home has five bedrooms and five bathrooms, as well as a backyard and a top-floor wraparound deck.

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There's also an interior courtyard.

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The main level of the home has a living room connected to a dining area...

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...and a family room.

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The fully equipped kitchen has a large island, double ovens and a breakfast nook.

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The master suite takes up the entire top floor and offers sweeping views of the bay, Alcatraz and the Golden Gate Bridge.

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It features an en-suite bathroom, fireplace, office and walk-in closets.

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The master also has a sitting area with access to the outdoor deck.

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Correction: This story has been revised to correct the home is 5,010 square feet. 

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