Steve Jobs’ Childhood Home Gets Landmark Status

The home where the first 100 Apple computers were built gets a historic designation.

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This photo shows 2066 Crist Drive, the home where Steve Jobs grew up, in Los Altos, Calif., Tuesday, Oct. 29, 2013.

Steve Jobs’ childhood home in Silicon Valley got historic designation on Monday night. The historical commission in the city of Los Altos, California voted unanimously to make it a landmark, the Daily News reported.

The modest, one-story home where the Apple Inc. co-founder and his foster parents moved in 1968 is currently owned by Jobs’ sister, Patricia Jobs. The tech visionary built the first 100 Apple I computers at the home at 2066 Crist Drive with help from her and Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak.

[Daily News]