Back down on Earth, though, it appears Musk is settling in a little.
The Silicon Valley billionaire had been renting a mansion in Los Angeles' ultra-ritzy Bel Air neighborhood for three years, but he recently made his residence official by purchasing the estate, according to the SFGate.com blog On the Block.
The seven-bedroom, 13-bedroom, 20,000-square-foot estate is perched on a private knoll overlooking the Bel Air Country Club, the address's Zillow page says. The mansion is pictured here at center left; visit the Zillow page for more pictures.
Redfin records indicate that it sold on New Year's Day for $17 million.
- Elon Musk