Nextdoor Founder Nirav Tolia Sells San Francisco Mansion for $19.75 Million
File photo of Megha Tolia, general manager of Method Products, and Nextdoor co-founder Nirav Tolia attending the 2017 Breakthrough Prize at NASA Ames Research Center on Dec. 4, 2016 in Mountain View, California. The Indian American couple are now on sabbatical in Italy. (Kimberly White/Getty Images for Breakthrough Prize)
India-West Staff Reporter
The Indian American co-founder of Nextdoor, Nirav Tolia, recently sold his Pacific Heights mansion in San Francisco for $19.75 million.
The home was originally listed this past fall for $25 million.
According to the listing of the home, the six-bedroom, seven-bathroom home was built in 1916 and has undergone a posh, modern makeover.
A Mercury News report said the home touts an expansive open-concept great room, a glassed-in corner office, as well as a garden and terrace with Golden Gate Bridge views, among many other amenities.
The renovations are reflected in the price tag of the property, well above the $7 million Tolia paid for it in 2011, it said.
Malin Giddings and Neal Ward with Compass were the listing agents, the publication added.
Tolia, a Stanford graduate, founded the neighborhood social network in 2010 and served as CEO until 2018. He previously worked at Yahoo and was the co-founder/CEO of Epinions, which was acquired by eBay, his bio notes.
Tolia and his family are currently on sabbatical in Italy.