Internet wealth does strange things to people, especially when it comes to real estate.
Twitter cofounder Evan Williams' San Francisco home recently hit the market and, while he could have dropped $16 million for neighborhood cred (or just gone completely over the top), we're pleased to see the place is surprisingly tasteful.
The four-bedroom house is located in San Francisco's trendy (but understated) Noe Valley neighborhood. Details include sky-high ceilings and skylights, a rooftop deck, a one-bedroom/bathroom guesthouse, solar panels and a fabulous kitchen that opens up to an al fresco dining area -- all for a cool $2.995 million.
Check out all of the details in the slideshow below, courtesy of McGuire Real Estate: