‘Minecraft’ success helps its creator to outbid Beyoncé and Jay Z on this $70 million mega mansion. Back in September, Minecraft creator Markus “Notch” Persson became ludicrously wealthy after Microsoft bought the game for $2.5 billion. And as of this week, he’s now the owner of a $70 million megamansion in Beverly Hills, California. According toCurbed, it was all but expected that Beyoncé and Jay Z would win the bid, but alas, Beyoncé and Jay Z didn’t make Minecraft.
“It’s outfitted with a candy room, a car showroom, vodka and tequila bars, a 54-foot curved glass door that opens onto the pool, eight bedrooms, 15 bathrooms, apartment-sized closets, and a movie theater, and even the listing called it ‘an overwhelming sensory experience.
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That $70 million includes everything currently in the house from furniture to artwork to an 18-foot onyx dining room — “cases of Dom Perignon were part of the deal.” It’s apparently the highest price ever paid for a house in Beverly Hills, which isn’t exactly known for frugal living. It’s also less than three percent of Minecraft’s price tag.
just take a look at his new Beverly Hills mansion. a $70 million estate with its own cinema, iPad-controlled fountains, automated glass doors, a panoramic view of LA and, best of all, a candy room, which is exactly what it sounds like. That amount includes all the expensive furniture and 90-inch TVs displayed in the mansion, along with cases of Dom Perignon champagne, because you don’t celebrate buying houses like this with Two Buck Chucks.
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