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Check out Uber co-founder’s $9.6M Hollywood Hills pad

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It’s a couple of doors down from another house he already owns

The house has five bedrooms and is just a few doors down from another home owned by the Uber co-founder.
Photos by Darren Assay

In March—shortly before the May launch of Uber’s initial public offering and driver protests over wages—the company’s co-founder Garrett Camp snapped up a luxurious new-build house in the Hollywood Hills, paying just under $9.6 million, Variety reports.

The house, which Camp purchased with his longtime partner Eliza Nguyen, is just three doors down the street from a Hal Leavitt-designed property that Camp bought in 2016.

The newly construction house was finished in late 2018. The five-bedroom, six and a half bathroom house was built on spec with the long list of bells and whistles one might expect of a multi-million-dollar home: 14-foot-high ceilings, a screening room, four fireplaces, high-end kitchen appliances, custom teak outdoor seating, a saltwater swimming pool and spa, and giant sliding glass doors.

The roughly 6,000-square-foot house was listed with LAMERICA Real Estate’s Paul Wylie and Rick Albert.

Fancy kitchen appliances and a giant island.
One of the home’s six and a half bathrooms.
Loads of privacy here.
The house seamlessly transitions between indoor and outdoor.