Bill Gates is putting his net worth of $115 billion to good work, including spending over $60 million to make his very own hightech haven called “Xanadu 2.0”, which is worth $154 million today. This megamansion in Medina, Washington has been Bill Gates’ passion project when it comes to combining technology and luxury living. Complete with hidden speakers in the wallpaper, a pin system that lets your phone connect you to the house to set preferences for temperature, lighting and entertainment, and screens worth $80,000 that display digital artwork, the Gates’ estate just might be one of the most relaxing yet hightech homes you’ll ever virtually step into.
With 7 bedrooms, 24 bathrooms, a 60foot long pool in its own pool house and a library that has not one but two secret doors, Bill Gates’ mansion is like a maze just waiting to be explored. The home even has multiple garages with room for 23 of the Microsoft founder’s favorite vehicles, which include a Porsche 911 and a Ferrari 348. The home is also ecofriendly with a computer system that’ll even water the plants even though there’s some definite luxury that Bill and his wife Melinda spurged on. This includes imported sand from St. Lucia and a luxurious dining hall that can fit 200 people. Check out our video for more on Bill Gates’ epic hightech home and how he spends his billions as well as how much it’ll cost for your own private tour.