Elon Musk may be the third richest person globally, but he’s not living as large as expected. Having sold off most of his real estate assets, including six mansions in California, Musk – Tesla co-founder and CEO now only owns a $50,000 tiny box house, he rented in Boca, China, Texas, where SpaceX produces its Starships.
Elon Musk is now living in a tiny prefab house on the SpaceX site in Texas.
elonmysk -ViaThe house, which is nearly 400 square feet, typically has a setup akin to a small studio apartment, featuring one large room partitioned into a living room area, bedroom area, kitchen, and bathroom. In comparison to other billionaires who own gigantic mansions, Musk lives a transportable 20x20 foot unit.
The house, which is nearly 400 square feet, features one large room partitioned into a living room area, bedroom area, kitchen, and bathroom.
Boxabl“My primary home is literally a $50K house in Boca China/Starbase that I rent from Space X. It’s kinda awesome though,” Musk with a net worth of $167.3 billion wrote on Twitter, adding that he also had an events house in the Bay Area. The Tech entrepreneur is yet to confirm the name of the company that made his house but a Boxabl unit appears to be visible on Google Earth.
In a tweet, the 50-Year-Old claims he resides in a modest rented home on his company's Boca Chica, Texas launch site, worth just $50,000.
BoxablWhile properties are assembled from a folded box made of concrete panels and steel, it had earlier been rumored on Musk fan blog Teslarati and the Houston Chronicle that Musk lives in a modular home worth exactly $50K from Boxabl. However, Boxabl had in November announced it had built a Casita for a high-profile and tope secret customer in Boca, China.
Boxabl homes are tiny but stylish and set up like studio apartments.
Musk hasn't confirmed the name of the company that made his home but a Boxabl unit appeared to be visible on the site on Google Earth.
Boxabl is also yet to confirm whether Musk is living in one of its homes but in November had announced it building a Casita for a 'high-profile' and 'top secret' customer.
BoxablThe Las-Vegas based company launched in 2017 to build homes that could be shipped anywhere. Co-founder Galiano Tiramani had told the New York Post that the goal is to mass-produce housing on a scale at a cost that’s never been done before. “We want to make housing dramatically more affordable for the world,” Galiano stated.
However, Boxabl has reportedly pitched the use of its housing units as a means to expand Starbase.