After a several months-long lull, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak's old house is back on the market.
The six bedroom, seven bathroom, Los Gatos, Calif., home, which Wozniak built in 1986 though sold off years ago, is back on sale for slightly lower $4.395 million. It's even having an open house this weekend, notes the house's real estate agent over at the San Francisco Chronicle, which spotted the listing on real estate site Redfin.
This is the latest sale attempt of the house, which last changed hands in 2009. Records show that the house originally sold back in October 2004 for $4.75 million, again in March 2006 for $6.9 million, and then once more in February 2009 for $3.1 million. Its current owners (who do not include Wozniak, and who got the lowest price on the house yet) last year tried to sell it for $5 million before dropping it down to $4.5 million.
As you'd expect, the house is pretty snazzy. It has a pool with a waterfall, an indoor play area for kids, and even a Koi pond. A slideshow shows other additions, like an office filled with various bits of odd geometry, and a firehouse-style pole for quickly descending between two floors.
Wozniak co-founded Apple with Steve Jobs and Ronald Wayne in 1976. After leaving Apple, he went on to found remote control company CL 9, which was sold in 1988. Woz later joined Fusion-io, a company that specializes in solid-state storage drives, as its chief scientist. Apple uses some of those solid state drives in its data centers.