Netscape cofounder Jim Clark has just purchased a gorgeous townhouse on New York's Upper East Side, the New York Post reports.

The billionaire reportedly paid $37 million for the 11,100-square-foot townhouse. The home previously belonged to the late Rachel "Bunny" Mellon, heiress to the Listerine fortune and wife of banking legend Paul Mellon.

Clark has been on a bit of a buying spree lately. According to the Post, the Netscape billionaire was the mystery buyer of Ron Howard's Armonk, N.Y. home, which he paid $37.5 million for last July.

Clark's new Upper East side home is truly a sight to behold.

Welcome to 125 East 70th Street, Jim Clark's new home on the Upper East Side.

Let's step inside the home. The townhouse has 11,100 square feet and a total of 14 rooms.

It was designed in a French neoclassical style, and is basically decorated like a palace.

Every room has an incredible view of the serene garden space.


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