The Siegel family’s car was found in the backyard of their mansion

More questions emerge after car is discovered buried in backyard of Bay Area mansion

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Updated: Thursday, March 3, 2016, 1:35pm.

A house is in need of a full restoration after it was discovered at the bottom of a hill in Pleasanton, California, where residents had a mansion.

Neighbors in the Bay Area said they discovered the family’s large car parked near the mansion’s driveway when they made their regular rounds.

The house sits on the grounds of the estate, which is owned by billionaire David Siegel and his wife, Lynne. David Siegel is famous for his business ventures, and his net worth is estimated at $3.5 billion.

“It’s not like we have anything that would go well with the car in the backyard,” Lynne Siegel told the San Francisco Chronicle.

The Siegel family has been renting out the mansion for decades, so it is unclear why their car was left in the backyard and not taken away.

According to the San Francisco Chronicle, Siegel’s two kids were playing a game of Xbox when they discovered their mother’s car, which had been in storage for decades, sitting in the backyard.

No one could get in touch with the Siegel family.

Image: Courtesy of Eric C.

Image: Courtesy of Eric C.

“They were like, ‘I’m not going to touch any of this stuff, you guys are crazy,’ and I said, ‘You aren’t.’ And they were like, ‘Well, what can I say?’ That’s their house. This is their car. They weren’

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