Larry Ellison's Japanese-style estate in Woodside has been for sale since May 2005, when he listed it for $25 million. The estate was modeled after a Imperial Age Japanese village, so authentically that Ellison had to battle to get real toilets instead of the more accurate holes in the ground. But the villa is being shopped — maybe he actually listened to his accountant. Now Ellison stays in his home on San Francisco's Broadway, where he can spend his money in front of a bigger audience.
UPDATE: I was dead wrong — Larry's selling the house in Atherton, keeping Woodside, and presumably not renting his Broadway home out as affordable housing.