PHOTOS: Facebook-launched Los Altos home hits the market for $5.3 million

A group of roommates — Mark Zuckerberg, Dustin Moskovitz and Sean Parker — founded Facebook’s Los Altos home for $5.298 million.

The house in Los Altos, where Facebook launched, is for sale.
The house in Los Altos, where Facebook launched, is for sale.

The company’s three founders lived there with several other employees in the summer of 2004 and started what is now called Meta.

1743 Westbrook kitchen
The house in Los Altos, where Facebook launched, is for sale.

The 2,969-square-foot home has six bedrooms and five bathrooms. It has plenty of communal space for brainstorming: a living room that opens up to a recreation room and patio area, and a spacious kitchen with island and breakfast nook. A large backyard features a gazebo and sound wall.

Los Altos homes for sale by Facebook (Crystal Souza and Hannah Isaka with Live Play Real Estate).
The house in Los Altos, where Facebook launched, is for sale.

Crystal Souza and Hannah Isaka, who own Live Play Real Estate, hold the listing.

The residence has since housed other successful startups, including Eli Lilly, Shopkick and Emerge, according to the listing agent.

US News.

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