Larry Ellison has recently added Porcupine Creek to his ever growing list of real estates. This amazing piece of property, which has a 19-hole golf course was bought by Ellison from Yellowstone club founder Edra Blixseth for an astronomical $39.2 million.
Although it was put on sale with a price tag of $75 million, but it dropped to $55 million and was again marked down to $42.9 million for Ellison. Covering 249 acres, the Porcupine has 16 bedrooms.
The interiors are innatey decorated with rare medieval artifacts and furniture. The whole home has a classic vintage feel to it. There is a pool which faces scenic mountains, providing ultimate leisure experiences for the Ellisons. The 19 hole golf course was ranked 13th best in California golf digest.
The dining hall
The entrance of creek
Interior view of mansion
Turkey Lane Mansion
San Francisco Home
Lake Tahoe Estate
Lake Tahoe estate
The master suite
Infinite swimming pool
Patio at backyard
The living area
The billiards room
Oracle CEO Larry Ellison owns multiple properties along the exclusive and pricey Carbon Beach in Malibu and has just expanded his real estate portfolio with a lavish oceanfront mansion in Malibu, California for $37 million. Designed by noted architect Michael Graves, the minimalist steel and glass structure was previously owned by former Yahoo CEO, Terry Semel. Semel had originally listed the home for $50 million, but the sale is still dubbed as the most expensive real estate transaction in Malibu for the year.
Location: Carbon Beach, Malibu, California
Accommodation: Ellison’s modernist beach house sits on a three-quarter-acre patch of land right at the beach. The property includes three main structures including a film screening room/living area, a guest house and the main house. In all, the property is spread out over 10,317 square feet of living space with 9 bedrooms, 13 baths and a lavish 151 feet of beachfront.
Features: Constructed around a modern theme, Ellison’s Carbon Beach home comprises of three different pavilions built around distinct themes. The main house features 6 bedrooms and 10 bathrooms with spacious and airy living areas. The pavilion is marked by ceiling to floor windows that open up to stunning views of the sea and the lawn.
The guest house attached to the main house comprises of a two storey structure boasting of two full baths, three bedrooms and a wet bar attached to a large living room. The guest house also features a sunning deck on the first floor and opens up in the property’s dining gazebo, spa area/swimming pool and luxuriant lawn. The last pavilion in the property is a screening room which is marked by a distinct barrel-lined ceiling. Featuring a copper-sheathed domed roof, the room is studded with round dormer windows.
Neighborhood: Semel’s new home lies squarely in the heart of Malibu’s Carbon Beach which is also nicknamed the “Billionaire’s Beach” since the neighborhood is home to some of the wealthiest folks in the U.S. The immaculate and tranquil oceanfront locale is studded with homes owned by industrialists and Hollywood A-listers alike. Some of the better known residents of Carbon beach include Hollywood moguls Haim Saban, Jeffrey Katzenberg and David Geffen, Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, former Yahoo CEO Terry Semel and actors Jennifer Aniston and Courtney and David Cox-Arquette.
Elegant swimming pool
Beautiful garden in front
One of the living hall
The living hall
Pavilion over is the barrel-ceilinged screening room
The guest house
Enjoy sunset view from home
The beachfront home
Beautiful entrance gate
The living hall
Sayonara racing yacht
He owns this 180-foot yacht which he used for racing in the 94th annual race to Mackinac.
Larry Ellison owns a one of the largest Feadships. His Musashi yacht measures 88m and has been designed by acclaimed Dutch design agency Sinot Yacht Design. Hull of superyacht Musashi was actually built by Feadship’s dedicated hull-building facility in Papendrecht, Holland. Once the hull was completed it moved to Makkum where she has been outfitted and got its finishing touches.
Features: Musashi got her name form the most famous samurais in Japanese history and reflects one of her namesake's most unique qualities. The yacht exemplifies an exceptional style that is a direct result of the mutual efforts involving the highly skilled teams of De Voogt and Sinot. The designer has not only designed the interior and exterior but has also handpicked minutest items like cutlery, paintings and furniture.
Accommodation: The roomy upper-deck lounge is one of the best places on the yacht. With the capacity to lodge a company of up to 18 guests, this area shows a darker, more intimate and richer character with generously sized, custom designed furniture. The yacht is big enough to provide the owner and the guests their privacy. The yacht has exceptional large widows to give luxurious feel both inside and outside. The grand windows guarantee ample amounts of natural light throughout Musashi's interiors. The complete yacht is designed in an elegant manner without a single purposeless design, just clean look.
Specs: Motor yacht Musashi is propelled by 4 propellers and shafts as driven by quadruple MTU 16V 4000 M90 marine diesel engines which are rated at 3,650 hp or 2,721 kw – giving a joint power of 14,600 Horse power or 10,887 kilowatts.
The master stateroom
The upper deck
Luxury has no limits
The Oracle CEO’s intense passion for nature is well known, and he proved it once again by acquiring 98 per cent of the majestic Lanai Island, which is Hawaii’s sixth-largest island in terms of acreage. The tech billionaire bought the 141 square mile island for an undisclosed price, the estimated asking price reported to be in the range of $500-$600 million. Larry purchased the exotic property from colleague David Murdock, a Los Angeles billionaire who monitors Dole Food Co. and various other businesses under the registered name Castle & Cooke Inc. According to the filed documents, the acquisition will include two luxury resort hotels, two golf courses and clubhouses.
Location: The mammoth island is located in Hawaii, USA.
Accommodation: Two contrasting Four Seasons resorts are available on the Island Lanai, one at Manele Bay and other at Koele. The Manele Bay resort is a beachfront lodge offering panoramic views of the Pacific, while that at Koele is a country manor-style one. Luxurious rooms, fine dining, full service spa and tennis court facilities are offered by both the premier Four Seasons resorts.
Features: Lanai, ranked as the sixth-biggest Hawaiian island, standing at 141 square miles, is sparsely inhabited, and used to be a pineapple plantation at one point of time. The pineapple operations were halted at a later stage to pave the way for resort and home development. Unspoiled charm is ensured by the Island’s 400 miles of unpaved roads, 30 miles of paved roads, and high caliber golf courses.
Hawaii’s most enticing Island, Lanai is the ultimate destination of untouched tranquility. The romantic island is a true retreat for everyone as it offers solace from the messy crowds and chaos of everyday life. The two exquisite Four Seasons Resorts on the charming Island present the perfect elegance and amenities for a memorable stay.
Larry Ellison owns a Gulfstream V. This jet top the list of his favorites, since it is the least automated and provide complete manual control. He got it for a modest 41 million dollars.
Gulfstream V Cockpit
Larry Ellison owns a Citation X aircraft. This aircraft has been the winner of Robert J. Collier Trophy in the year 1996. It boasts a top speed of 530 KTAS (Knot true air speed). It is well equipped with both slats and flaps and has good runway performance.
Time management machine
Larry Ellison loves to do sea sailing whenever he has time for that. It makes him feel relaxed and satisfied as he loves doing adventurous and challenging tasks.
Professional Tennis Follower
Larry Ellison has been a huge follower of professional tennis through his life, and took up the game seriously in 2004. In the year 2010, he also picked up a majority single share of 50% one of the top four tournaments in the United States, called the BNP Paribad Open. Since then he has taken the tournament out of the US and virtually saved it from being ended
Larry Ellison owns Audi R8. It’s a two seater sports car. It features a 4.2 V8 engine, which uses Fuel Stratified Injection technology and has a displacement of 4, 163 cubic centimeters. It produces a power of 420 metric horsepower giving itself an acceleration of 0 to 60 mph in just about 4 seconds. The top speed of this car is 330 km /h.
Glowing red dashboard
The Oracle CEO has been a proud owner of a McLaren F1, a gorgeous car eminent for its distinctive style and remarkable peformance. One of the classiest cars in Larry Ellison's car collection, Mclaren F1 was auctioned for $3,575,000 by Gooding & Company in 2005. The majestic car proudly owns the title of being the fastest naturally aspirated production car in the world. It boasts a top speed of 240 miles per hour and is known as a racing car that stripped down for public roads. It has 24 carets gold plated cylinders because gold being the best reflector of heat. It has a power output of 627 horsepower and is powered by a BMW 6L V12 engine.
Athletic vocation interiors
Larry Ellison owns a Acuura NSX which is commonly known as the Honda NSX. This is a sports car which is powered by an all aluminum V6 petrol engine and features Honda’s Variable Valve Timing and Lift Electronic Control System. It has a 4-speed automatic transmission and also comes in variants with 5 and 6 speed manual transmission. Producing a torque of 224 lb ft, this car reaches to a speed of 60 mph in just 4.9 seconds and provides a top speed of 165 mph.
Lexus LFA is a delight for Larry's car collection. It features a V10 engine with a carbon fiber-reinforced polymer body. It possess an engine that produces a torque of 354 lb-ft. It can reach a top speed of 325 km/hr.
Rear-mounted transaxl car
Melanie and Larry
American Red Cross Haiti Relief Fund
Ellison has given away millions to charity. He donated $1 million to the American Red Cross Haiti Relief Fund.
Federal government software
Ellison made a controversial offer to donate to the Federal government software in response to the September 11th terrorist attacks. He made this contribution to enable it to build and run a national identification database and issue ID cards.