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Tuesday, August 19, 2014, 06:46 am PT (09:46 am ET)

Apple exec Eddy Cue puts Los Altos, Calif., home on the market for nearly $4M

Eddy Cue, who oversees Apple's Internet Software and Services division, has listed his four-bedroom, 3,721-square-foot Los Altos, Calif., home for sale with an asking price of $3.895 million.




The detached single-family, one-story residential home has been on the market for 8 days by realtor Ethel Green. The home was built in 2004 and it features 3 and a half bathrooms and rests on a lot sized at 18,295 square feet.

The listing was first highlighted by Realtor.com, which described the neighborhood as "unassuming" and "quiet," while located close to Mountain View. Inside the home are "gorgeous wood floors throughout the main living space, wood ceilings over the open kitchen and living area, and abundant natural light everywhere."




Outside, the house has "huge" spaces, including a "lush backyard" complete with large pool and jacuzzi. Other homes in the same Los Altos neighborhood have sold for at least $3 million.

Cue has been with Apple for 25 years, and currently holds the title of vice president as one of the company's top brass. He's overseen a number of significant projects for the company during his tenure, most notably playing a major role in the creation of its first online store in 1998, the launch of the iTunes Store in 2003, and the iOS App Store in 2008.

Prior to joining Apple, Cue earned a bachelor's degree in Computer Science and Economics from Duke University.

While the value of Cue's home on the open market has yet to be decided, we do have an idea of how much an hour of his time is worth. Last month, Cue participated in a charity auction offering a lunch date with him along with a 13-inch MacBook Air, and bidding reached north of $40,000 before the auction closed at an undisclosed price. The funds went to benefit the National Association of Basketball Coaches Foundation.