Seagate CEO Stephen Luczo Asks $13,5 Million for His California Mansion

Stephen Luczo, chairman and chief executive at Seagate asks $13,5 million for his Mediterranean villa in Monte Sereno area of Los Gatos, CA. On a 1.37-acre secured and private plush lot, there’s magnificent 13,000 square feet European-style mansion with unbelievable views of the valley and out to San Francisco, five bedrooms and seven bathrooms. There is extraordinary stone and woodwork throughout the house, as well as large glass doors and windows. Not to forget a modern gourmet kitchen with two ovens, a marble mid-rise island and custom cabinetry, and a full-fledged movie-screening room, a spa, a wine cellar, a study and a recreation room. Finally, there is a glittering resort-like pool, with ample lounging areas and a detached parking garage.

Seagate CEO Stephen Luczo Asks $13,5 Million for His California Mansion
The listing describes the house as:
“This exquisite European-style Estate has it all – modern luxury amenities, unparalleled views of the Valley up to San Francisco & a resort-like pool & grounds. The home & guest house span over 13,000 luxurious square feet over an impeccably arranged three-level floor plan. Each level of this estate is as expansive & breathtaking as the last. Villa Matilija is the best Monte Sereno has to offer.”
If you’re interested and have $13,5 million to spare, you have to contact listing broker Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage of Los Gatos.

Seagate CEO Stephen Luczo Asks $13,5 Million for His California Mansion

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Aleksandra Arsenovic graduated with a degree in economics and has a master degree in tourism. Since she worked as a travel agent, she has traveled around the world and developed an interest in luxurious hotels and exotic destinations. As a big fashion fan, Aleksandra loves expensive and luxury fashion items. As an editor of Extravaganzi she shares her knowledge about travels, fashion and accessories.


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