The Clyde Hill home is about 4,000 square feet and was built in 1963. The Nadella family bought the house in 2000, according to property records.
Microsoft Chief Executive Satya Nadella is seeking to sell his Clyde Hill home for $3.488 million.
The 4,050-square-foot house, with four bedrooms and three bathrooms, was originally built in 1963. The home has floor-to-ceiling windows offering views of the Olympic Mountains and a portion of the Seattle skyline, according to the listing.
Nadella and his wife, Anupama, purchased the home for $1.385 million in 2000, property records show.
Nadella came to Microsoft in 1992 and was named CEO in 2014, replacing Steve Ballmer.
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Clyde Hill and the adjacent, Lake Washington-abutting towns of Medina and Hunt’s Point, are affluent bedroom communities that are home to many of Microsoft’s first couple of generations of executives. The towns are west of Bellevue.
A Microsoft spokeswoman, citing a policy to not comment on personnel matters, didn’t say where the Nadellas were moving.
The Los Angeles Times spotted the listing over the weekend. Windermere Real Estate is managing the sale.