A VC and former tech CEO is selling his enormous $30 million Utah ranch — take a look inside
|09/22/2017||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
Venture capitalist Vinny Smith, founder of Toba Capital, has placed his riverfront estate in Oakley, Utah, on the market for $30 million. Smith is also the former CEO of Quest Software, which was acquired by Dell for $2.4 billion in 2012.
In addition to the main 16,800-square-foot home on the banks of the Weber River, the property called Riverbend Ranch comes with a helicopter pad, wine cellar, and movie room.
“There is so much to do on-property that it feels like your own private oasis,” Smith told Business Insider.