Nick Clegg, former Deputy Prime Minister of the UK, current chair of global affairs at meta platform Meta,
And the man who will decide to allow Donald Trump back on Facebook has just sold his luxurious home in California’s Silicon Valley for $11.56 million.
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Five Bedroom Home, Inn Atherton According to the property’s listing with Hyder Guibara of Christie’s International Real Estate Sereno – one of the most expensive cities in the US – spans just 5,000 square feet and “makes a commanding first impression”, which is filled with lush lawns and verdant landscapes. Made by White Rose.
He did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Full of traditional appeal from oak hardwood floors to classic millwork and architectural ceilings, the two-story home has a neutral interior palette.
On the main level there are grand formal rooms, an office, a “combination of superb kitchen and family room” and a one-bedroom suite. The rest of the bedrooms, including the multiroom primary suite, are upstairs, the listing said.
Elsewhere on the property there is a one-bedroom guest house, a pool, and a loggia with a fireplace.
The former Liberal Democrat Party chief set a record with his wife, international lawyer Miriam González Durantez, for $9 million in 2018 with PropertyShark shows.
The 94027 zip code of Atherton, where this home is located, is one of the wealthiest in America and an “enclave for Silicon Valley power players.” According to the Wall Street JournalWhich referred to a city of five square miles—about 35 miles south of San Francisco—with a population of 6,915 and a median household income of more than $250,000.
According to data from Redfin, the median home price in the thriving enclave was $6.16 million as of August, down 9.3% year over year.
Clegg, 55, served as Deputy Prime Minister from 2010 to 2015 and as Leader of the Liberal Democrats from 2007 to 2015. He joined Meta – then simply known as Facebook – in 2018 and now serves as Vice President of Global Affairs and Communications.
Last week, He explained at an event hosted by the news outlet Semaphore in Washington, D.C.That he will make a decision about whether to reinstate Donald Trump’s Facebook account when his ban from the platform – as a result of a violation of the company’s violence policy – expires next year.
“It is not a hasty decision. “We will look at signs of real-world damage to decide whether at the two-year point – which is early January next year – whether Trump gets reinstated on the stage.”
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