The richest man in the world, Bill Gates and his toys
We all know that Bill Gates, the founder of Microsoft is the world’s richest man and has been so for quite sometime. But have you ever stopped and wondered what he does or buys with all his money? Well, it’s time for us to find out. Here are ten of the most exciting things that Bill Gates owns or Bill Gates Toys.
It is said that it took seven years and $63 million for Bill Gates to construct this house.
The fine art on the walls of Bill Gates’ home can be changed with only a touch of a button. Anyone having their favourite paintings or photographs, stored on storage devices, can have them displayed on the walls as artwork.
It is also said that apart from other works of literature, the Codex Leicester, a 16th century Leonardo da Vinci manuscript that Bill Gates bought for $30.8 million at an auction in 1994 is also kept in the library.
No mansion of the rich is complete without its own personal home theatre and so is the same with Bill Gates. His home theatre is based on Art Deco theme with even a popcorn machine. The home theatre can host up to 20 guests.
It is ensured that the stream and the wetland estuary are well stocked with salmon and sea-run cutthroat trout.
As for the beach, it has sand that is delivered in large quantities all the way from St Lucia every year.
Bill Gates is a well known patron and lover of art work and his collection is quite impressive.
His collection includes an oil painting named ‘Lost on the Grand Banks’ by Winslow Homer, which he bought for $36 million and ‘Polo Crowd’ by George Bellows, bought for $28 million.
Gates’ Bombardier BD-700 can pose a stiff competition to high-end corporate jets like Boeing 737 BBJ, Gulfstream V and Airbus ACJ31
Apart from his love for art, Bill Gates is also known to be a huge fan of antique and modern cars.