Photos: Menlo Park home with garage where YouTube was created listed for $5.7 million

Garages in Silicon Valley have incubated some well-known tech companies, including Apple and HP. A lesser known Menlo Park garage that helped launch YouTube, and the house attached to it, is for sale for $5.695 million.

Menlo Park home with garage where YouTube was developed listed. (Blu Skye Media)

The four-bedroom, five-bathroom house once belonged to ex-PayPal graphic designer Chad Hurley. He and the website’s founders, Steve Chen and Jawed Karim, created YouTube in the detached two-car garage in 2005.

Menlo Park home with garage where YouTube was developed listed. (Blu Skye Media) Menlo Park home with garage where YouTube was developed listed.Photographed by Blu Skye Media

The 3,256-square-foot home

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