Bill Gates, 65, is making sure to get some privacy as his $150 billion divorce from his wife of 27 years, Melinda Gates, 56. The Microsoft founder has been staying at The Vintage Club, an ultra-exclusive golf club in Indian Wells, California, and some of its features include an 85,000-square-foot clubhouse, various restaurants, a spa, and two 18-hole golf courses.
The impressive 712-acre location where Bill Gates has been staying for around three months, according to a source who spoke to Page Six, dubs itself as “one of the United States’ most prestigious and ultra-exclusive private country club communities” and has glorious pics taken on site to prove it.
“Bill clearly saw this divorce coming for a long time because he’s been there for around three months,” the source said about the businessman’s stay at the club. Bill Gates, who owns a home on the property, was spotted there along with his daughter Jennifer Gates, 25, and her fiance, Egyptian millionaire Nayel Nassar, this week, the insider further claimed.
Other billionaires like Charles Koch, Philip Anshultz and Dennis Washington are also members of the prestigious club. It costs $250,000 to join and some of the prices of their homes range from $2.3 million to $20 million, Page Six reported.
Bill Gates reportedly spent a whopping $12.5 million for his home at the club in 1990. It is a 13,573-square-foot house that has six bedrooms and nine bathrooms and is placed near a beautiful golf course.