Bill Gates, one of the key founders of Microsoft, is a matter of obsession and admiration for much of the technology community.
All thanks, to a large extent, thanks to his public image and his official activities where he has always shown himself to be a relative philanthropist concerned about the direction the planet is taking.
He was one of the few to forecast with a high degree of accuracy what would happen to the world when the Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic hit, even years before it all happened.
He also recommends books, gives away equipment, encourages primary activities like farming, and generally seems like a nice guy.
But behind all this we have also had occasional glimpses of a darker and somewhat unknown facet.
Perhaps the best example of this is the scandal behind their divorce, which would have involved at least one clandestine relationship, abuse and some lies.
Now it’s time to take a brief look at your wealth.
Bill Gates’ mega mansion costing him a million dollars in taxes
The colleagues of Mind Life TV They have published an interesting article that has made the subject gain strength again on the web.
Where, in broad strokes, you take a look at Bill Gates’ mansion where he went to live after his divorce from Melinda Gates.
This imposing property was designed to the taste of the tech mogul from the first to the last brick and the home is estimated to be worth almost $150 million. For which he pays taxes of around USD $1 million a year.
The colossal mansion is located in Medina, Washington DC, and offers amenities of all kinds. In fact, it has the code name of Xanadu 2.0, a reference to the house of Charles Foster Kane in Citizen Kane.
Construction began in 1988, when Gates purchased this 20,841-square-meter plot, of which 4,474 square meters are the mansion itself. As you all know in 1995 he would launch his Windows operating system that would launch him into the big leagues of tycoons and from then on the construction was a fluid act.
This mansion has a total of 7 bedrooms, 24 bathrooms and a huge dining room of 90 square meters. Inside it even houses a private cinema for 20 people, a gym of more than 200 square meters, a swimming pool with underwater music and even a monumental library.
Even in Wikipedia the mansion has its own full page dedicated to this build.