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


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

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Being an international star has not stopped Ronaldo from owning a home in the capital of his native Madeira, an island region in Portugal. The captain of the Portuguese national football team converted a former warehouse and nightclub near the city of Funchal’s port into a seven-story modern palace for around $8 million. With four floors aboveground, there is a rooftop pool and, of course, killer ocean views. Elsewhere in the home are two state-of-the-art gyms and an indoor pool. Ronaldo’s brother and mother are said to live there full-time. 

The Ronaldo family also picked up a $1.6 million villa in Costa del Sol, in Marbella, an area also known as “the superstars’ cul-de-sac” because of the numerous celebs who own property there. The four-bedroom holiday home is located in a gated community and sits on the edge of a golf course with breathtaking views of the Mediterranean Sea. Ronaldo’s luxury villa is a white modern-style two-story building with high ceilings, glass walls, a pool, wine cellar, gym, and home theatre. 


The only reason the Turin compound was available for rent is because Ronaldo was lured back to Manchester United in 2021. The Ronaldo brood moved into a seven-bedroom, $7 million modern brick house in Cheshire, which sits on 23 acres of land. But the clan did not stay long, relocating after only one week. Rumours were that bleating sheep disturbed the five-time UEFA champion’s sleep; however, later reports claim that story was fabricated. Allegedly, 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 major concern. His new mansion, which is believed to also be in Cheshire, has more of a traditional design and reportedly comes with a pool, theatre, a four-car garage, and high security.


The Ronaldo family will be fully ready for the patriarch’s return to Portugal, if he should choose to return in retirement, as their latest mansion is being built from the ground up in Quinta da Marinha, an area fondly known as the Portuguese Riviera. The UNICEF ambassador purchased a 2.47 acre plot of land next to a golf clubhouse but is currently in talks to have the clubhouse moved for privacy reasons, and because the structure apparently blocks the star’s view. The land was purchased for about $7.2 million dollars, and building costs now hover 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 features reported are large bedroom suites with stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, a theatre, spa, and games room. Some outlets have reported that this pad is the most expensive in Portugal.

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