Jeff Bezos Estates and Homes ( 3 )
3 linked apartments
Bezos got a mansion in Washington. It's living area has increased from 13,200 sq ft to 29,000 sq ft in two buildings. It also includes non living area buildings that boast being the largest boat/party house which is approximately 4,500 sq ft located on Lake Washington. Bezos proudly owns 310 feet of waterfront and the property stretches over 200 yards from the shoreline to Evergreen Point Road. He has bigwigs like Bill Gates for his neighbours.
Beverly Hills mansion
Bezos owns a mansion at 930 N. Alpine Drive. He purchased this estate from money manager Rick Guerin and his wife, Fabienne. The house is spread over 12,000 square feet. It features a pool, a sunken tennis court, a gym and a separate guesthouse.
Well furnished architecture
Jeff Bezos Hobbies ( 2 )
He likes to read about space travel, science fiction. The success of Amazon has allowed him to explore a lifelong interest in space travel.
Like many other fellow billionaires, Jeff bezos is also intrigued by the numeorus mystries that space presents to mankind. To contribute his bit, Jeff Bezos decided to form his own company Blue Origin. When last heard, the company was funding a unmanned spaceship project which already had suffered from catastrophic failure on its maiden flight.
Jeff Bezos Autos and Cars ( 1 )
1988 Chevrolet Blazer
Jeff Bezos owns a Chevrolet Blazer, which he loves to drive in his spare time. He made a trip from New York to Seattle in this car. He loves this car due to its awesome style.
Jeff Bezos Wedding ( 1 )
He met his wife Mackenzie while working at Shaw. She is a Princeton graduate and a fiction writer and wrote a book named book The Testing of Luther Albright. The couple has two sons. Their wedding reception was outdoor playtime for adults, complete with water balloons.
Jeff Bezos Cause ( 1 )
Center for Innovation
Jeff Bezos donated $10 Million for the creation of 'Center for Innovation' at Museum of History & Industry's new Location in Seattle’s South Lake Union. This contribution acted as a big boost for the museum's $90-million relocation and reinvention campaign.