It’s a couple of doors down from another house he already owns
In March—shortly before the May launch of Uber’s initial public offering and driver protests over wages that preceded it—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.