Jacoby was a co-founding partner of Digital Insight, a dot-com firm that was sold to Intuit for $1.35 billion.
His three-story house, designed by Kanner Architects, was built in 1994 and later remodeled to include four bedrooms and 4 1/2 bathrooms in 3,800 square feet. The cube-shaped contemporary home has a waterfall entry, polished black granite kitchen counters, white marble bathrooms, a media room, three cantilevered decks and ocean views.
Jacoby also founded Interfaith Inventions Inc., a nonprofit organization that promotes interfaith youth camps nationwide. He died at age 38 in 2004 of brain cancer.
(its the 3. house from left @ californiacoastline image)