Football Legend CR7 is Self-Quarantining in His Holiday House Worth $2.3 Million, Pics Inside

Football Legend CR7 is Self-Quarantining in His Holiday House Worth $2.3 Million, Pics Inside

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Cristiano Ronaldo dos Santos Aveiro GOIH ComM is a Portuguese professional footballer who plays as a forward for Serie A club Juventus and captains the Portugal national team . His nostalgia is none other than Iberian peninsula, as indicated by his recent desire purchase of a brand new pad set to host his family on their holidays to Spain’s glittering Costa Del Sol coastline.

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The house reportedly set Ronaldo back a rather modest (relatively speaking) $2.3 million AUD, and was built by the Otero Group. Ronaldo has routinely featured in Forbes’ list of the world’s highest paid athletes for the last decade. The Portuguese forward reportedly pulled in $109 million alone last year.

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His holiday house forms just a small part of a $47 million property portfolio owned by him , which also includes a home in his club’s home town of Turin, an apartment in New York’s Trump Tower, and a pad in La Finca, where he lived during his days at Real Madrid.

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The Sun (so take this with a grain of salt) reports that Cristiano Ronaldo now has his heart set on the Villa you see here, which sits in ‘The Heights’: a luxury development adjacent to La Resina golf and country club estate. Dubbed ‘The Superstar’s Cul De Sac,’ the area is also reportedly home to Conor McGregor.

Ronaldo’s new villa would have features like a built-in theatre, LED driveways and an infinity pool.

Inside, it’s of course a picture of sleek, modern luxury, with an open-plan living room .

The kitchen and dining area are just mesmerized to see to .

The bedroom of Ronaldo is a vast one with the walkin closets.

It’s also just a short distance from the actual Mediterranean Sea, if  feels like kicking it with the flocks of obese English tourists that descend on the Costa Del Sol every European summer.

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