Minecraft creator buys $70 million house in Beverly Hills

In September Markus "Notch" Persson, the 35-year-old creator of Minecraft, sold his game company to Microsoft for $2.5 billion. This month, he spent 3% of it on a $70 million house in Beverly Hills.

The fully furnished home purchased by Persson has $5,600 toilets and an 18-seat screening room. A 24-person dining-room table features place settings by Roberto Cavalli priced at $3,700 each, and the living room has 10 chairs designed by Bentley Motors that cost $56,000 apiece.

Here's the real estate listing website with lots of photos.