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This article was published on October 29, 2013


The home where Apple began has been designated a historic property

The home where Apple began has been designated a historic property Image by: Justin Sullivan
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2066 Crist Drive is once again in the news and has become that much more important. The house where Apple co-founder Steve Jobs grew up was added today to the California city of Los Altos’ list of historic properties.

The residence is owned by Jobs’ sister, Patricia Jobs, and is where the late-Apple CEO grew up after he and his foster parents moved to California in 1968. It was also the spot that Jobs built the first 100 Apple I computers, brought on its first investor, and locked in the company’s first partnership.

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Photo credits: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images and Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images