As you can imagine, being the richest man alive has its perks. With the news that Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos is splitting from his wife of 25 years, MacKenzie, folks are frothing at the mouth considering how the divorce may affect his finances. The big question is whether she will walk away with half of his $137 billion fortune.
Of course, not all of that money is in cash. Jeff owns about $84 million in real estate, Business Insider reports. According to reports, his portfolio includes at least six houses—but honestly, at a certain point it's possible everyone lost track. Here's a look at the places he calls home.
Two Homes in Medina, Washington
Since Amazon is headquartered in Seattle, the Bezos family owns two homes nearby in Medina, Washington, according to BI. They're both five-bedroom, four-bathroom homes, but one clocks in at 20,600 square feet, and the other at 8,300.
Two Mansions in Beverly Hills, California
Outside of Washington, Jeff also owns two mansions in southern California. One is a seven-bedroom, seven-bathroom house with a pool, tennis court, fountains, and a six-car garage. The other is a relatively quaint four-bedroom, 4,568 square foot home next door.
A Historic Building In Washington, D.C.
Jeff also owns a 27,000 square-foot space with two joint structures in the nation's capital. It happens to be the largest private home in D.C. Oh, and by the way, it's also on the National Register of Historic Places since it was formerly a textile museum. Cool!
A Massive Ranch In Van Horn, Texas.
Jeff's private space company, Blue Origin, has its base in Texas, and and that estate happens to be the largest in his portfolio. It's on 30,000 acres. Yes, thirty thousand. You'd have to order a whole lot of fertilizer on Amazon Prime to care for those lawns. Luckily, Jeff can handle it.
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