Mark Pincus House: Zynga Owner Buys $16 Million Pacific Heights Mansion In San Francisco (PHOTOS)

Tech Tycoon Buys Pacific Heights Mega-Mansion

Zynga founder Mark Pincus and his wife One King's Lane founder Ali Pincus have officially joined billionaire's row.

The Huffington Post reported on the sale of the Pincus family home back in November, and according to Forbes, the wealthy couple hasn't traded down with the new digs: a $16 million Dutch Colonial Revival mansion at 2950 Pacific Avenue.

According to historic home blog Old House Dreams, the 1907 Gold Coast mansion is 11,500-square-feet with seven bedrooms and six-and-a-half baths on four levels, featuring extensive millwork and large picture windows. (And if the photos are any indication, one of the best views in San Francisco.)

The sale comes at an interesting time for the Zynga owner, who could be viewed as a tad insensitive for buying a mega-mansion as the company's stock continues to plummet.

As one Zynga employee wrote in a memo, "I had plans to buy the house I am renting at the moment and those plans are on hold now. But that's life."

Check out photos of the new home in the slideshow below:

Mark Pincus House

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