Cristiano Ronaldo's £43m property empire + Details & Pics

Cristiano Ronaldo's £43m property empire + Details & Pics
Cristiano Ronaldo's £43m property empire + Details & Pics
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Cristiano Ronaldo's £43m property empire + Details & Pics Cristiano Ronaldo Manchester United's Cristiano Ronaldo boasts a stunning property collection which spans Europe to give his family residences and holiday homes in the most-exclusive locations Cristiano Ronaldo (dos Santos Avira) born February 5, 1985, better known as (Cristiano Ronaldo). Cristiano Ronaldo is a Portuguese footballer in the professional category. Cristiano Ronaldo plays for (Manchester United) and (Portugal) national teams. Cristiano Ronaldo is one of the best players in the world and one of the best football talents today. Cristiano Ronaldo's lifestyle is the object of fascination for football fans and the wider public across the world. The Manchester United superstar jets around the world in a £20million private plane, owns a fleet of lightning-quick supercars and, of course, has a famous training regime and a strict diet to boot. Ronaldo is also a family man and will soon welcome his fifth and sixth children into the world with partner Georgina Rodriguez, who is expecting twins. The 36-year-old's vast success on and off the pitch over the years has earned him over $1billion (£760million), meaning he and his growing family are not short of options when it comes to living arrangements. Ronaldo and Co. currently reside in a lavish Cheshire pad owned by Old Trafford hero Andy Cole, having moved home shortly after his return to the Premier League this summer. He previously owned a £4million mansion in the area before selling it in 2019, but he still has a multitude of properties across Europe in his collection. Planned retirement mansion - £7million Ronaldo is said to be planning for the future with his latest project having bought an enormous plot of land in the Quinta da Marinha region of Cascais for the sum of £7million. The affluent coastal area is situated on the Portuguese Riviera and Correio da Manha reports work has already begun with a view to completion within four years. The newspaper reports Ronaldo views the mansion as an investment, but TV 7 Dias claims he actually plans to retire there with his family. The property will dwarf many of those around it, which is just as well given Ronaldo is expecting a boy and girl with Rodriguez, which will make them a family of eight. Trump Tower condo - £14million Ronaldo's most-expensive property is a stylish condo in New York City's Trump Tower which he purchased for an astonishing $18.5million (£14m) in 2015. The following year, there were reports the five-time Ballon d'Or winner could upgrade to a different area of the 58-storey building with another eight-figure investment. His three-bedroom abode already boasts incredible panoramic views of Manhattan and Central Park, classy wooden furnishings and a string of private amenities including security and leisure facilities. However, the value of the property has nosedived in recent years and Ronaldo put it on the market for just $9million (£6.8m) in 2019. He has been forced to shave even more off that asking price and the New York Post claimed this summer it is listed at just $7.75million (£5.9m). Seven-storey Madeira complex - £7million One of Ronaldo's most-impressive properties is on his native Madeira and is the home of his mother, Dolores, 66, and brother, Hugo. He purchased a mansion in Funchal, the island's capital, for an undisclosed sum in 2015 and converted the derelict property into a seven-storey apartment block over four years at a cost of £7million. His family have the use of two Olympic-sized swimming pools, a rooftop pool for good measure, a jacuzzi spa and a small football pitch, as well as a five-car underground garage where Ronaldo can park some of his luxury vehicles. Ronaldo's older brother, Hugo, has a short commute to the nearby CR7 Museum, which he helps manage, and the Pestana CR7 hotel is also a stone's throw away. As for Ronaldo himself, he has spent plenty of time at the property since its completion and he flew back there last year to spend time with his mother after she suffered a stroke. Marbella holiday home - £1.2million After winning Serie A during his first season with Juventus, Ronaldo treated himself to a new holiday home in the summer of 2019. He bought a plush property in a Marbella country club for £1.2million, allowing him to soak up some rays in the Costa del Sol during the off season. The property has a home cinema, LED-lit driveway and an infinity pool, while it is just down the road from a similar home owned by UFC phenomenon Conor McGregor. Turin compound - price unknown Ronaldo joined Juventus for £99million in 2018 and quickly moved into a property worthy of his status as a global icon. Not much is known about the sprawling home in the Turin foothills, but the veteran striker did provide a glimpse inside via his social media accounts from time to time. The property, comprised of two adjoining villas and of unknown value, is situated on a private road with security guards and surrounded by private gardens. From its rooftop, there are sublime views of the picturesque Italian city, while the facilities include a nursery, a gym, palatial walk-in wardrobes and a pool. Madrid stronghold - £4.8million La Gazzetta dello Sport claimed Ronaldo was drawn to the Turin pad because it reminded him of his old home just outside the Spanish capital, in the exclusive La Finca neighbourhood. Situated just down the road from former teammate Gareth Bale, the £4.8million-valued property of swanky modern design was Ronaldo's home for many of his glittering nine seasons with Real Madrid. Visitors to the 8,600-square-foot home are welcomed by the sight of 'CR' engraved on the front door, while there are a further 32,000 square feet of open space which include a football pitch and a pool. Ronaldo is understood to have put his former home on the market after leaving Los Blancos three-and-a-half years ago, but it remains unclear whether it has been sold. Two Lisbon flats - £6.5million Ronaldo purchased the most-expensive apartment in the Portuguese capital in late 2019 by splashing out £6.5million on a breathtaking flat in Avenida de Liberdade. While his digs were not so lavish when he was an emerging player, Ronaldo may have fond memories of the central Lisbon area from his time with Sporting. He reportedly fended off interest from two tycoons to secure the 3,100-square-foot flat, which has a gym and a pool as well as brilliant views from the rooftop. However, Ronaldo's antics on top of the penthouse landed him in hot water and he was eventually forced to take down a gazebo this summer to avoid a legal battle with the building's architect. The United hero is also said to own a flat of unknown value in the Rua Castilho area of Lisbon. Riverside estate - £2.3million Speaking of legal disputes, Ronaldo was ordered to demolish an annex and a housekeeper's cottage at his luxurious property in the spa town of Geres, northern Portugal, earlier this year. He obliged and donated the rubble from the demolition to those nearby in need of materials for the upkeep of their own properties. Another of Ronaldo's getaway spots, he purchased the property for £2.3million so he could enjoy holidays away from the public eye overlooking a beautiful national park. He is believed to have sold it to compatriot and former Real Madrid teammate Pepe for a similar sum in 2019, but he is still the registered owner. Source: Mirror

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