Most people would assume that Bill Gates, the world's richest man, would live in a mansion on par with P Diddy's cardboard box in Harlem. However, this is not the case.
Despite the rumors, I can confirm that Bill Gates owns a wonderful pad (which can be seen in the teaser shot above) that is well worth a few pennies. There is one thing that is certain:
Any Star Trek enthusiast will wet their pants when they see how filled the facility is with gadgets and other worthless sci-fi knickknacks that will make them wet their pants.
So, let's have a look at what, where, and how the world's wealthiest man spends his time...
Allow me to begin by providing you with a sneak glimpse inside Bill Gates' home. Moneybags' crib appears to be depicted in this shot, which appears to be a renowned photograph... Honestly, I'm not sure how authentic this claim is, but it appears to be correct (I very much doubt it). Whatever the case, I'm not sure how safe I'd feel with sharks and whales so close to shore... I don't know about you, but I think it's cool... When a pane of glass is broken, what occurs next?
Bill Gates' home in Medina, Washington, is a vast earth-sheltered estate perched on the crest of a hill with sweeping views of Lake Washington and the surrounding countryside. Gatesy's precise address is 1835 73rd Ave NE, Medina, WA 98039, in order to appease the crowd which considers him to be a sexual object (as opposed to a graffiti artist) (I hear there are a lot of you out there). Moneybags is purportedly guarded by robots armed with lazor weapons, so if you plan on stalking them, be advised that the location is under surveillance. No, I'm not kidding.
According to sources, the residence was designed by James Cutler, the most well-known architect of the Northwest Style movement at the time.
The "Pacific lodge" style was used in the architecture of the residence. I'm not entirely sure what that means. I can only assume it's made up of massive wooden panels to give it a "cabin lodge" sense, which I believe it is. Is there anyone that can provide more information?
Several sources claimed that a Macintosh computer was used in the design of the home. On the type of computer that the Microsoft Mogal used to construct it, I'm confident that only computer nerds will "speculate." The majority of the population is unconcerned. I'm confident that if you search for someone named Howard for a long enough period of time on Google, you'll come across an essay written in his parents' basement about how Bill Gates backstrapped his own corporation by constructing his house with a Mac.
We should all be disappointed that images of the Gates facility are both private and copyrighted. There are a lot of photographs available, albeit the majority of them are of the exterior of the building and its surroundings. In addition, there is a scarcity of information about the house in question.
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