Cristiano Ronaldo Crazy £43 Million Villa on The Portuguese Coast Including Eight Other Houses. Check Amazing Collection.
Cristiano Ronaldo, the 36-year-old Manchester United football player, has had a remarkable career spanning nearly two decades, making him one of the richest sportspeople in the world. With his vast success, he has had plenty of options when it comes to his lavish lifestyle and where he chooses to live.
Following his return to Old Trafford, Ronaldo has been living in a home owned by Andy Cole, the treble-winning hero, after selling his £3.25m Cheshire mansion in 2019. However, according to the Mirror, Ronaldo now has a property empire worth a massive £43m. Sportsmail has reported on the various properties that the Portuguese star currently owns.
Planned retirement mansion – £7m:
Cristiano Ronaldo is already planning for his retirement, as he has commissioned the construction of a £7m mansion on the Portuguese Riviera, according to reports from various sources. The property will be built on a large plot of land that Ronaldo recently purchased in Quinta da Marinha, Cascais, on the west coast of Portugal.
While some reports suggest that the mansion will be used as a family home, others have labeled it as an investment and part of Ronaldo’s property empire. A source, who is referred to as a “future neighbor” in one report, confirmed that the land was recently purchased by Ronaldo and said that the footballer plans to live there with his family after retiring.
Two Lisbon flats – £6.5m
The property that Ronaldo plans to retire in is situated just thirty minutes away from his apartment in Lisbon, which he purchased for £6.5m. According to The Mirror, this apartment is the most expensive ever sold in the capital city of Portugal.
The apartment is a state-of-the-art 3,100-square foot property located in Avenida da Liberdade, complete with an indoor and outdoor swimming pool as well as a gym. In addition to this, the Portuguese footballer is also believed to own an undisclosed value flat in the Rua Castilho district of Lisbon. It is worth noting that Ronaldo started his football career in Lisbon before making the move to Manchester United in 2003.
Madeira complex – £7m
Cristiano Ronaldo purchased a seven-story apartment block in Funchal, Madeira, for an undisclosed amount in 2015 from local designer Nini Andrade Silva. The property, which cost him £7m to renovate, is now the home of his mother, Dolores, and brother, Hugo. The apartment block has four above-ground floors, with Ronaldo and his partner Georgina Rodriguez, along with their children, occupying the top two floors.
While the exact number of bedrooms and bathrooms is unknown, the property features two swimming pools, one of which is located on the roof, two gyms, and a small football pitch that Ronaldo uses to train while he is at home. Earlier this year, during the first part of the coronavirus lockdown, Ronaldo and his family stayed in the apartment block.
Geres, Portugal – £2.3m
Ronaldo’s property portfolio also includes a lavish riverside mansion worth £2.3m in the northern Portuguese spa town of Geres. However, Ronaldo was forced to remove “illegal” extensions from the property, including a housekeeper’s cottage and an annexe next to a tennis court. The demolished buildings’ rubble was donated to less fortunate families.
Turin – Price Unknown
Cristiano Ronaldo, together with his partner Georgina Rodriguez and their four children, possesses a lavish villa in Turin, Italy, acquired during his stint with Juventus. The property is nestled in the hills of Turin and consists of two villas interconnected by a private road.
The estate is protected by security guards and surrounded by private gardens, and the rooftop offers breathtaking views of the city. Among the facilities are a nursery, a gym, spacious walk-in wardrobes, and a swimming pool.
Madrid – £4.8m
According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Ronaldo was reportedly attracted to his Turin home because it resembled his previous residence just outside the Spanish capital, in the exclusive La Finca neighborhood, which was valued at £4.8 million. During his glittering nine seasons with Real Madrid, the Portuguese superstar made this luxurious property his home.
Although Ronaldo is believed to have put his former La Finca home on the market after leaving Los Blancos three-and-a-half years ago, it is unclear whether it has been sold or not. Regardless, Ronaldo spent the majority of his nine-year spell at Madrid residing in the La Finca neighborhood.
New York Condo – £14m
Ronaldo’s costliest real estate asset is a condominium in New York City’s Trump Tower, which he acquired in 2015 for £14m. The three-bedroom residence provides an all-encompassing view of Central Park and Manhattan. The condo’s value, however, has taken a downturn in recent years, and in 2019, Ronaldo listed it for sale at just £6.8m.
Marbella holiday home – £1.2m
After winning the Serie A title in his first season with Juventus, Ronaldo purchased a £1.2m holiday home in a Marbella country club in the summer of 2019. His new property is located near a similar home owned by UFC star Connor McGregor and provides him with a perfect retreat during the football off-season.