Eddy Cue Selling His Gorgeous Vacation Home Near Lake Tahoe for $12 Million

Apple senior executive Eddy Cue, who oversees the company's services and worldwide video programming divisions, is selling his beautiful and luxurious vacation home near Lake Tahoe, according to Realtor.com.

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The report claims Cue recently placed the 7,900-square-foot home, located on a 1.7-acre property within a golf and ski community in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, on the market for $11.9 million. Cue reportedly purchased the land for $1.2 million in 2010, according to property records filed with Nevada County.



Photos of the home and surrounding landscape look equally as gorgeous. Here's how Realtor.com describes the inside:
Completed in 2015, the retreat sits on 1.7 acres and has five bedrooms and six bathrooms. Glass walls line the back of the home, offering mountain views and easy access to patios and decks.

In addition to a living room with fireplace, open kitchen, and dining space, the home includes a rec room with a wet bar, a wine room, and a massive master suite with a sitting area, fireplace, and sliding doors that open to a patio.
The golf and ski community is about a four-hour drive from Apple's headquarters in Cupertino, California, according to Apple Maps, which Cue oversees alongside Siri, iCloud, Apple Music, Apple Pay, and the iTunes Store.



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27 weeks ago
hopefully it's a sign he's getting fired.
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27 weeks ago
Damn, that's a nice looking house. Beautiful location too.
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27 weeks ago
Didn't a 3X widower father and his 3 sons live there about 140 years or so ago? Named Cartwright or something like that. Cattle ranchers & lumber if I remember right. ;)

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27 weeks ago
You don’t drive four hours to a home like that. You helicopter in.
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27 weeks ago
MR forum resident southern calif plastic surgeons debate why tahoe isn’t actually good skiing in 3...2...
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27 weeks ago
I may not like his work at Apple but damn, great taste, Mr Cue.
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27 weeks ago
You can tell that Ive didn't design this house.
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27 weeks ago

Didn't a family of a single father and 3 sons live there about 140 years or so ago? Named Cartwright or something like that. Cattle ranchers & lumber if I remember right. ;)




now that's funny LOL, but it shows your age?
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27 weeks ago

now that's funny LOL, but it shows your age?


Yes, I'll turn 172 in September.;)

Actually, just (re)discovered that show on ME-TV. I could recall my uncles loving it when I was a little kid (which means they were probably watching reruns too) and tuned in to a few episodes. It was a regular top 10 show for most of the 60s. And it's a classic that way, with generally a whole story in an hour and mostly happy endings... except for any love interests of any of the lead cast. Spoiler Alert: such women might as well have been wearing Star Trek RED shirts, if you know what I mean.

Looking at Cue's home, could that NOT be the home site of Bonanza: the next, next, next, NEXT generation? Maybe Cue sold the home to iTunes Original TV productions. Look for casting soon for Little Joe Jr, Jr, Jr, Jr and Hoss the 6th. ;)
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27 weeks ago
Maybe everyone on MR could pool our money and buy it as a time share ;)
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