10 Expensive Things Owned By Oracle Founder Larry Ellison

Larry Ellison is the owner and joint founder of oracle with a net worth of over $54 Billion dollars. That’s why we are taking a look at 10 expensive things he owns.

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10. Porcupine Creek Estate

Larry Ellison is a massive lover of property so expect a vast array of estates on this list.

We start off with porcupine Creek which Ellison acquired recently, and it features a 19 hole golf course, covers an area of 249 acres and has 16 bedrooms.

The whole home has a classic vintage feel with the interiors decorated with rare medieval artifacts and furniture.

There is a mountain facing the pool, and the whole estate was purchased for an astronomical price tag of $39.2 million dollars.

9. Malibu Mansion

If your looking for a luxurious playground for the rich and famous then Larry Ellison’s Malibu mansion is the place to be.

He bought this estate from music producer David Foster in 2005 for $20 million and it features nine bedrooms and three recording studios.

The mansion also has its own Funicular which allows travel from the swimming pool and tennis courts below, up to the main property which sits on top of a cliff.

After Ellison’s improvements to the home, it can now be classed as one of only 20 homes on Malibu that are worth in excess of $200 million dollars.

8. Citation X

The winner of Robert J. Collier Trophy in the year 1996, this luxurious aircraft boasts a top speed of 530 knots and is well equipped with both slats and flaps and has good runway performance.

The interior of the aircraft is adorned with carpeting, leather seats, business center, and private bar.

This long-range, medium personal business jet comes with a hefty price tag of around $23 million.

7. Lake Tahoe Estate

It’s bigger, it’s better and its full of awesome toys. Larry Ellison’s Lake Tahoe Estate features 420 feet of lake frontage and two private piers.

The complete structure which composes of the main house with a pool and spa, a beach house, a cottage, and a writer’s cabin, extends over 18,000 square feet of living space.

Its one of the many properties Ellison owns that exceeds the $100 Million mark.

6. Gulfstream V

The second of Ellison’s private jets, this is one of the most sought after and fastest luxury jets in the world.

This jet is top in the list of his favorites since it is the least automated and provides complete manual control.

It features much of the same interior as the Citation jet but can carry more passengers, travel further and fly faster.

Ellison purchased the jet for a modest $41 million.

5. Musashi Yacht

Its one of the largest Feadships in the world, measuring 88 meters and has been designed by acclaimed Dutch design agency Sinot Yacht Design.

The upper deck of the yacht is roomy and can hold a total of 18 guests and features generously sized custom furniture where guests can relax and chill out.

The windows on the yacht are exceptionally large and allow a large amount of light to enter while below deck, luxurious bedrooms, bathrooms, and guest suites provide some of the best on-sea living around.

Handpicked cutlery sets, paintings, and furniture show the style that Ellison likes his guests to see and with a price tag of $130 million, it’s not hard to see why he owns this amazing piece of boating technology.

4. Lanai Island

Having a private island has become something of a must when your a billionaire these days and Larry Ellison is no exception.

He owns a 98 percent share of Lanai island which the tech billionaire bought for an undisclosed price although its thought to be in the region of $500 Million Dollars.

Its thought the island features two luxury resort hotels and two golf courses, complete with clubhouses.

The island is the sixth biggest in Hawaii, standing at 141 square miles with 400 miles of unpaved roads and 30 miles of paved roads.

Luxurious rooms, fine dining, a full-service spa, and tennis court facilities are offered by both the premier Four Seasons resorts.

3. Audi R8

Ellison is known to own a two-seater Audi R8 supercar for those business trips he needs to make in a hurry.

It features a 4.2 V8 engine, which uses Fuel Stratified Injection technology and has a displacement of 4, 163 cubic centimeters.

It produces 420 brake horsepower an acceleration of 0 to 60 mph in just about four seconds. The top speed of this car is 330 km /h.

2. Maclaren F1

If the Audi R8 is not to his tastes for a specific day, Larry Ellison can jump into his Mclaren F1, which he picked up at an auction in 2005 for $3,575,000 dollars.

This majestic car proudly owns the title of being the fastest naturally aspirated production car in the world with a top speed of 240 miles per hour and is known as a racing car that stripped down for public roads.

The car features 24-carat gold cylinders, and can produce an amazing 627 horsepower and is powered by a BMW 6L V12 engine.

1. Carbon Beach Mansion

While he owns many properties along Carbon beach in Malibu, this $37 million estate has to be one of the best.

The main house features six bedrooms and 10 bathrooms with spacious and airy living areas with the pavilion ceiling to floor windows that open up to stunning views of the sea and the lawn.

The guesthouse, situated next to the main house features a two-story structure boasting of two full baths and three bedrooms.

the entire estate is spread out over 10,317 square feet of living space with nine bedrooms, 13 bathrooms and a lavish 151 feet of beachfront.

Outside there is a wet bar and swimming pool that are overlooked by the living room.

Known as billionaire beach, Carbon Beach is or has been home to some of the better-known residents of Carbon beach include Hollywood moguls including Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, former Yahoo CEO Terry Semel, and actress Jennifer Aniston.

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