Mark Pincus—the founder of tech conglomerate Zynga and the guy to blame for all those FarmVille requests back in the day—and his wife Alison Pincus, co-founder of online shopping destination One King's Lane, just listed their massive, "old money" mansion in San Francisco for $18M. The Silicon Valley power couple bought the seven-bedroom, 11,500-square-foot estate in 2012 (back when people actually played games on Facebook) for $16M, despite the fact that Zynga's stock had already begun its swift downward tumble. Though nowhere near as vibrant as their past homes, the brokerbabble insists the Dutch Colonial Revival has "the finest of wood craftsmanship" and "expansive views of the iconic Golden Gate Bridge." It also kind of looks like a boat.
· 2950 Pacific, San Francisco, CA [Redfin]
· All Mark Pincus posts [Curbed National]