Bill Gate’s Neighbors Say Microsoft Founder is Turning $43 Million San Diego ‘Bachelor Pad’ Into ‘Nuisance’ — How Can a Multi-Billionaire be a Nuisance?

Bill Gates is reportedly tearing down a $43 million San Diego estate to build a bachelor pad. When reached by The Post for comment, a spokesperson for Gates disputed prior reports of this purchase in the Wall Street Journal, Forbes and Business Insider, saying he “does not own this property and he has never been there.” (Jesal/Diggzy/Shutterstock)

Before announcing their shocking divorce, Bill and Melinda Gates reportedly shelled out a whopping $43 million for an oceanfront estate in San Diego — the latest hot spot in California.

But it looks like Gates, 66, is the one to snag the idyllic property for his own use — and he’s customizing it to a T, local sources told The Post.

The initial six-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom estate, which spanned 5,800 square feet, has been completely demolished and locals claim it’s being rebuilt from the ground up at the direction of the Microsoft tycoon himself.

Gates has allegedly stopped by twice in the last few months with his two bulletproof suburban security details to check on the project, according to neighbors who are not happy about all the disruptions going on.

“It’s been a nuisance,” one neighbor said.

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SOURCE: New York Post, Mary K. Jacob