Seagate CEO Stephen Luczo asks $13.5 million for Los Gatos estate
Stephen Luczo, chairman and chief executive of storage vendor Seagate Technology, has listed his home for sale in Los Gatos, Calif., at $13.5 million.
The Tuscan-style estate, built in 2005, occupies more than an acre in Monte Sereno with a main residence, a guesthouse, expansive lawns, a pool and views of Silicon Valley. Lined in dark hardwood, the three-level floor plan features rustic interiors with exposed beams, stone accents and custom built-ins.
The 13,170 square feet of living space spans three floors and includes a gourmet kitchen, an art studio, a movie theater, an office, a wine cellar, five bedrooms and five full bathrooms. A top-floor sitting room frames valley views through a curving wall of windows.
Luczo, 57, returned as CEO of the hard drive manufacturer, a role he previously held from 1998 to 2004, in 2009 and has been influential in Seagate’s market turnaround.
Records show that the executive purchased the estate in February 2012 for $11.55 million. Team Walsh of Coldwell Banker Los Gatos has the listing.
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