Former Symantec CEO Greg Clark has listed his Hillsborough, CA, home for $6.9 million.
The Australian businessman bought the newly built Hamptons-style abode in 2016, the same year he joined Symantec.
Records show the home in the exclusive enclave just south of San Francisco was purchased for $6.3 million. The current list price suggests he’s a motivated seller.
In May 2019, Clark stepped down from the Silicon Valley–based cybersecurity company to spend more time with his aging father. Sales at the company behind the popular Norton Antivirus software had missed financial targets, and the share price was on a downward swing.
The four-bedroom, 4.5-bath, 3,959-square-foot home features a luxurious great room with an adjacent room for an office or formal dining room.
The open “chef’s dream” kitchen includes Thermador appliances as well as a built-in casual dining space. A bed and bath on the main level is ideal for guests, or could be used as staff quarters.
Upstairs the luxe master suite comes with a “lavish” bath, and there’s an additional bedroom suite and two bedrooms with a shared bath.
Outside the large lot includes a heated loggia wired for media, a barbecue area, and a large deck with hot tub, as well as level lawn for play or garden parties.
Clark became Symantec’s CEO in 2016. He arrived at the company through its acquisition of the security company Blue Coat, where he was also CEO. Previously, he was an executive at IBM, after it bought Dascom, a security company Clark founded.
Julie Baumann of Compass holds the listing.
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