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Inside Cristiano Ronaldo’s new €1.4m Marbella villa with infinity pool and cinema room

By Mas Property

on Sun Aug 04 2019

Fotball superstar Cristiano Ronaldo is about to become neighbours with ‘Notorious’ UFC star Conor McGregor after eyeing up a €1.4 million holiday villa on the same luxury development in Spain for the super rich.

The Portuguese soccer legend, who currently plays for Juventus, has bought a four-bedroom luxury villa in the New Golden Mile to add to his vast £27million property empire.

Ronaldo, 34, who is worth a staggering £365million and signed a lifetime contract with Nike in 2016 worth an estimated £800million, is famed for his extravagant spending.

He is said to have set his heart on one of the hi-tech villas on the exclusive development called ‘The Heights’ set on the La Resina golf and country club estate between Marbella and Estepona.

The footballing hero is not believed to be direct neighbours with the Irish-born fighter but is only a few doors away on the small exclusive £15million enclave instead, which has become dubbed ‘The Superstars Cul De Sac’.

Both superstars – who are on the Forbes Rich list – are thought to have picked the properties, built by luxury villa developers Otero, as one of their holiday retreats and to bolster their lucrative property portfolios.

The villas, which boast views of the Mediterranean, are set by a golf course and boast LED driveways, private gyms, cinema rooms and infinity pools.

A view of Cristiano Ronaldo’s new plush villa in Marbella

The villa sits within a luxury development for the super rich.

The footie ace will be enjoying these magnificent views from the pool

A veranda provides much-needed shade for outdoors dining under the Spanish sun

A raft of ceiling-to-floor windows offer uninterrupted views to the Mediterranean

Cristiano has picked this property as one of many holiday retreats

High ceilings and floating staircases give a sense of spaciousness

One of the four bedrooms at Cristiano Ronaldo’s Marbella villa

Clean lines, crisp white surfaces and silver grey details continue into the hi-tech kitchen

Source: The Sun, July 2019


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