Take a tour of Cristiano Ronaldo’s homes around the world

That same year, Ronaldo bought the most expensive apartment ever sold in Lisbon, for $7 million. Located not far from its other pad in the Portuguese capital, the modern three-bedroom masterpiece features a spa, gym, indoor and rooftop pool and a long terrace with a glass balustrade that overlooks the town and neighboring gardens. Glass walls abound and hardwood floors can be found throughout.

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Being an international star hasn’t stopped Ronaldo from owning a home in the capital of his native Madeira, an island region of Portugal. The captain of the Portuguese national football team has transformed an old warehouse and nightclub near the port in the city of Funchal into a modern seven-story palace for around $8 million. With four stories above ground, there’s a rooftop pool and, of course, stunning ocean views. Elsewhere in the house are two state-of-the-art gyms and an indoor swimming pool. Ronaldo’s brother and mother would live there full time.

The Ronaldo family have also purchased a $1.6 million villa on the Costa del Sol in Marbella, an area also known as the “superstar cul-de-sac” due to the many celebrities who own properties there. property. The four bedroom holiday home is located in a gated community and sits on the edge of a golf course with stunning views of the Mediterranean Sea. Ronaldo’s luxury villa is a two-storey white building in a modern style with high ceilings, glass walls, a swimming pool, wine cellar, gym and home cinema.


The only reason the Turin complex was available to rent is because Ronaldo was lured to Manchester United in 2021. Ronaldo’s offspring moved into a modern seven-bedroom, $7 million brick home in Cheshire, which sits on 23 acres of land. But the clan didn’t stay long, moving after just a week. Bleating sheep were rumored to be disturbing the five-time UEFA champion’s sleep; however, later reports claim the story was fabricated. Apparently the move happened because of a public footpath that ran through the property, and of course, for someone as high-profile as Ronaldo, safety is always a top concern. His new mansion, also believed to be in Cheshire, has a more traditional design and is said to have a swimming pool, theatre, four-car garage and high security.


The Ronaldo family will be fully prepared for the patriarch’s return to Portugal, should he choose to return to retirement, as their final mansion is being built in Quinta da Marinha, an area affectionately known as the Portuguese Riviera. The UNICEF ambassador has purchased 2.47 acres of land next to a golf club, but is currently in talks to have the club moved for privacy reasons and because the structure apparently blocks the view of the star. The land was purchased for approximately $7.2 million, and construction costs are now hovering around $20 million. CR7, as fans call him, is said to be building a 30-car garage to house his prized collection of automobiles. Other noted features are large bedrooms with stunning Atlantic Ocean views, indoor and outdoor pools, a theater, spa, and game room. Some outlets have reported that this cushion is the most expensive in Portugal.

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