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2 tech founders are selling their $13 million home outside San Francisco that was custom built into the side of a mountain in 2015

Business Insider Logo By Mary Meisenzahl of Business Insider | Slide 1 of 10:  A married couple of tech founders are selling their Marin County home for $13 million, Bloomberg reported.  Andrea Chavez and Daniel Putterman together cofounded the pet-tracking company Pawscout.  Planning and building the house took five years, which is longer than the couple have currently lived in the house.    Visit  Business Insider's homepage for more stories.   Sometimes the perfect home doesn't exist, so you have to build it.  That's what tech exec couple Andrea Chavez and Daniel Putterman decided to do, leaving San Francisco for Marin County,  Bloomberg reported.  The couple cofounded Pawscout, a pet-tagging company that they now oversee together; Chavez serves as CEO while Putterman has the title of director. According to his LinkedIn profile, Putterman is also the co-CEO of Kogniz, a company that uses AI to monitor security cameras.  They told Bloomberg that they chose Mill Valley in Marin County outside of San Francisco, because they wanted "the freedom and beauty" of the country.  In 2011, they bought 1.45 acres and began designing their custom home with Quezada Architecture, a 5,000-square-foot main house, plus a guest house, totaling more than 6,500 square feet. Now, the property is listed with Josh Burns of Sotheby's International Realty, asking $12.9 million.  Look inside here.

2 tech founders are selling their $13 million home outside San Francisco that was custom built into the side of a mountain in 2015



      Sometimes the perfect home doesn't exist, so you have to build it.

      That's what tech exec couple Andrea Chavez and Daniel Putterman decided to do, leaving San Francisco for Marin County, Bloomberg reported.

      The couple cofounded Pawscout, a pet-tagging company that they now oversee together; Chavez serves as CEO while Putterman has the title of director. According to his LinkedIn profile, Putterman is also the co-CEO of Kogniz, a company that uses AI to monitor security cameras.

      They told Bloomberg that they chose Mill Valley in Marin County outside of San Francisco, because they wanted "the freedom and beauty" of the country.

      In 2011, they bought 1.45 acres and began designing their custom home with Quezada Architecture, a 5,000-square-foot main house, plus a guest house, totaling more than 6,500 square feet. Now, the property is listed with Josh Burns of Sotheby's International Realty, asking $12.9 million.

      Look inside here.

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