Inside Cristiano Ronaldo’s 7-Story Mansion and Other Luxury Homes

Cristiano Ronaldo is one of the biggest soccer stars in the world. The athlete‘s name is often mentioned with the best to ever play the game. The forward plays for the Premier League club Manchester United, returning to the team after spending a portion of his career with Real Madrid and the Juventus Football Club. He’s also the captain of the Portugal National Team and has won more than 30 trophies throughout his career.

But almost as impressive as what he does on the pitch is his real estate portfolio. Ronaldo owns several luxury homes including spacious villas and a seven-story mansion. Here’s a look inside some of those properties.

Cristiano Ronaldo, who owns several luxury homes, warms up prior to the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qualifier knockout round
Cristiano Ronaldo, who owns several luxury homes, warms up prior to the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qualifier knockout round | Octavio Passos/Getty Images

Ronaldo’s Spanish and Italian villas

One of Ronaldo’s villas is located in the affluent La Finca neighborhood north of Madrid, Spain. The footballer has owned the abode for several years. It has 8,600 square feet of living space and is surrounded by an additional 32,000 square feet of green areas. Architectural Digest noted that the house has an indoor jacuzzi and a gym. But the spot where he and his girlfriend, Georgina Rodriguez, enjoy the most is in their living room watching the large flat-screen TV with their children. Outback, there’s a huge terrace and a swimming pool. Also, Ronaldo can practice his game outside whenever he wants to on his own soccer field.

Ronaldo and his family also have a villa on the outskirts of Turin, Italy. Well actually, make that two villas. The separate villas each have their own entrances and boast great views of the city with floors to ceiling windows. That residence house has a gym as well and an indoor pool.

Anyone who follows Ronaldo on social media has seen shots from inside both villas.

His seven-story mansion in Portugal

Another place the athlete owns is a seven-story mansion in Madeira, which is the island where he grew up.

The $9.7 million luxury abode was once a warehouse. He purchased the building in 2015 and had it converted into a massive home that overlooks the Atlantic Ocean. Some of the property’s amenities include has a small pitch for soccer practice, a roof-top swimming pool, a spa, and a five-car garage for Ronaldo’s expensive car collection.

The soccer star recently sold his NYC pad for a loss

Traffic driving past the Trump Tower building in Manhattan
Traffic driving past the Trump Tower building in Manhattan | ED JONES/AFP via Getty Images

Ronaldo no longer owns a place inside Trump Tower after recently selling his condo.

In 2015, the athlete spent $18.5 million on his apartment. Four years later, he tried to unload it for half that amount, but when it didn’t sell he lowered the price to $7.99 million. According to, it sold for an even lower price in late 2021.

Luxury real estate specialist Dolly Lenz, who is the CEO and founder of Dolly Lenz Real Estate, offered her opinion as to why Ronaldo had to take such a loss on the condo. “He definitely paid way too much. So that answers part of the question. Then, the perfect storm of COVID and bad luck,” she said noting that New York real estate brokers were locked down and couldn’t show the property.

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