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‘Secret office’ mansion owned by Larry Page burns down

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A multi-million dollar home owned by Google billionaire Larry Page — allegedly being used as a secret office for half a dozen employees — burned to the ground last week, according to a report.

The Palo Alto home, one of many owned by Page, who actually has been living with his family in Fiji, was the work site of about six workers, neighbors told Palo Alto Online.

The mysterious fire started in the back of the home which has a long driveway, an attached unit in the back and a basement, the site said reported.

Page owns so many homes on the street he has created a veritable complex in the neighborhood, residents told The Daily Beast. Some of the houses are occupied by tenants, while he’s installed relatives in others, the outlet said.

Google co-founder Larry Page
Neighbors claim Google co-founder Larry Page housed six employees at his Palo Alto mansion.
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Google co-founder Larry Page
Google co-founder Larry Page was not in his home in Palo Alto when it was burning down.
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Google co-founder Larry Page
Google co-founder Larry Page owns multiple houses in Palo Alto, California.
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One thing’s for sure – Page wasn’t there. He’s been hiding out with his wife and children in Fiji during the pandemic and recently acquired New Zealand residency under dubious circumstances.

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