Billionaire Tech Investor Orlando Bravo Sells San Francisco Townhouse for Nearly $14 Million
March 17, 2022
The four-story residence in Pacific Heights was first listed for $17 million last September
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A historic townhouse in the prestigious Pacific Heights neighborhood of San Francisco that was owned by tech billionaire investor Orlando Bravo has sold for $13.875 million, according to the deed filed last week.
Situated on a corner lot, the four-story townhouse has 7,045 square feet of living space, including six bedrooms and seven bathrooms, according to the listing with Nina Hatvany of Compass.
Ms. Hatvany listed the property last September for $17 million and found a buyer in early March. The sale closed last Friday, listing records show.
The seller, Mr. Bravo, purchased the property in 2012 for $8.2 million, property records show. He is the co-founder and managing partner of Thoma Bravo, a private equity investment firm that specializes in software and technology-enabled services sectors. The Puerto Rican-born businessman has a net worth of $6.3 billion, according to Forbes’s real-time estimate.
Mr. Bravo did not immediately respond to an email request sent to his company.
The buyer was listed as an Idaho-registered limited liability company.
Ms. Hatvany declined to comment on the sale or parties involved.
The townhouse, built in 1894, retains many of its period details, including rich woodwork and paneling throughout. The main level is dedicated to entertaining, with formal dining, living and family rooms, and a chef’s kitchen with a deck and water views, according to the listing.
Other amenities include a wine cellar, a wet bar, a playroom, a roof deck, a landscaped garden and a three-car garage, the listing said.
Although the sales price was a more than $3 million discount from the listing price of $17 million, it still marks the highest price for a San Francisco home sold so far this year, according to Multiple Listing Service.