Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak might not have the household name that the late Steve Jobs, but it was Woz who designed the revolutionary Apple I and Apple II personal computers. Wozniak didn’t quit designing there, as he was the man who designed this Los Gatos, Calif. mansion in 1986. Today, the design looks as dated as an Apple II, but appears to have been kept in wonderful condition. Previously listed for $5M, the distinctly ’80s spread has returned to market with a $4.5M asking price—after briefly toying with an even-lower $4.395M. There are 7,500 square feet tucked behind the tiered facade, with six bedrooms, seven bathrooms, a backyard swimming pool, and stunning down-canyon views.