Kevin Hunsaker, who until last week was a top HP lawyer, and Patricia Dunn, the company’s ex-chair, were both criminally charged Wednesday in connection with the pretexting scandal. Are they going to the big house?
Who knows. What we can tell you — thanks to the arrest warrants and the marvels of modern technology — is where they live, what they paid, and what their homes are now worth.
Despite her lofty title, Dunn’s residence is a relatively modest 2,100 square foot home in Orinda that’s worth $1.87 million. Built in 1952, it has 4 bedrooms and 4 baths (though they must be small, if the house is just 2,100 square feet!). The aerial view suggests Dunn also has a pool (or maybe a pond). Zillow.com’s “zestimate” of the house’s worth indicates it’s doubled in value since it was purchased in 2000.
Hunsaker’s home in Menlo Park is worth about $3.17 million. It’s a much roomier 3,000 square feet, with 5 beds and 4 baths. The house was purchased three years ago for $2.8 million.
— Greg Mitchell