Cristiano Ronaldo’s $11,000-a-month rental: A peek into his $6 million luxurious Madrid home

Discover the lavish details of Cristiano's unoccupied Madrid estate, now rented for $11K/month, amid his $55M global property portfolio.

In January of this year, Cristiano Ronaldo and his family moved to Saudi Arabia after signing with his new club Al Nassr of that country. However, the footballer has several real estate investments in some countries where he played, including a mansion in Madrid valued at $6 million.

According to Semana magazine, the soccer player would have rented this mansion in Spain since he does not currently occupy it. According to the information that was revealed, the monthly cost for which the huge property is rented is around $11,000.

This property was acquired by Cristiano in 2010, a year after signing his contract with Real Madrid, and was where he began to form his current family with Georgina Rodriguez.

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The residence has 4,000 square meters and is located in the prestigious urbanization La Finca, just 20 minutes by car from the center of Madrid. The home also has nine bathrooms, seven bedrooms, a master suite, a massage room, a gym, and a heated swimming pool.

CR7’s properties

In addition to Madrid, the soccer player has invested more than $55 million in properties, among which stand out: A mansion in his native Madeira valued at $10.4 million, a vacation home in Marbella ($1.8 million), an apartment in Lisbon ($8.3 million), an estate in Portugal overlooking a lake and national park ($3 million) and the most expensive of his real estate collection, an apartment in New York’s Trump Tower valued at $17.6 million.