Photos: Nextdoor founder sells San Francisco mansion for $5 million under asking price

Nextdoor co-founder Nirav Tolia has sold his Pacific Heights mansion in San Francisco for $19.75 million. The home was originally listed this past fall for $25 million.

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Nextdoor co-founder Nirav Tolia has sold his mansion in the Pacific Heights neighborhood of San Francisco. (Redfin)

Nextdoor co-founder Nirav Tolia has sold his mansion in the Pacific Heights neighborhood of San Francisco. (Redfin)

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Nextdoor co-founder Nirav Tolia has sold his mansion in the Pacific Heights neighborhood of San Francisco. (Redfin)

Nextdoor co-founder Nirav Tolia has sold his mansion in the Pacific Heights neighborhood of San Francisco. (Redfin)

Nextdoor co-founder Nirav Tolia has sold his mansion in the Pacific Heights neighborhood of San Francisco. (Redfin)

Nextdoor co-founder Nirav Tolia has sold his mansion in the Pacific Heights neighborhood of San Francisco. (Redfin)

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The six-bedroom, seven-bathroom home was built in 1916 and has undergone a posh, modern makeover. It touts an expansive open-concept great room, a glassed-in corner office, as well as a garden and terrace with Golden Gate Bridge views, among many other amenities. The renovations are reflected in the price tag of the property, well above the $7 million Tolia paid for it in 2011.Related Articles

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Malin Giddings and Neal Ward with Compass were the listing agents.

Tolia, a Stanford grad, founded the neighborhood social network in 2010 and served as CEO until 2018. He previously worked at Yahoo and was the co-founder/CEO of Epinions, which was acquired by eBay.

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Source:: The Mercury News – Entertainment

      

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