Cristiano Ronaldo’s Home
Cristiano Ronaldo just infused stream fuel into the red-hot gossipy tidbits that he’s moving over the lake when his agreement with Real Madrid terminates in 2018.
The New York Post reports that the Portuguese soccer star just dropped a cool $18.5 million on a flat in New York City’s Trump Tower. Before Ronaldo acquired it, the 2,500-square-foot cushion had a place with Alessandro Proto — a business accomplice of Donald Trump’s.
Bonnie Chajet of Warburg Realty took care of the posting.
Ronaldo’s new Trump Tower flat on Manhattan’s Fifth Avenue doesn’t look anything like a cushion the a la mode footballer may purchase — yet.
The reason for the relatively modest apartment’s surprisingly high price is that it is an “L apartment” in Trump Tower. Read: It has uncompromising and panoramic views of Central Park.
The interior was designed by Juan Pablo Molyneux, who is well-known known for his “maximalism” style.
The kitchen is a bit cramped, but there is space for a small breakfast nook.
The family room is also a bit small, but the large floor-to-ceiling windows let in plenty of light.
Three bedrooms occupy the 2,500-square-foot apartment.
The smaller third bedroom would make a perfect study or home office.
In Cristiano Ronaldo’s HomeThe bathrooms are well appointed, with plenty of marble and mirrors.
Even the shower has incredible views.
The apartment has incredible 360-degree views that are visible even from the shower.