According to The Sun, it once housed a local Madeira newspaper and later a nightclub.
This video shows few of many beautiful sights in Madeira. Viele Menschen machten sich in den sozialen Medien über die „Fratze“ lustig, die dem Gesicht von Ronaldo überhaupt nicht … The converted mansion also comes with a gym, two Olympic-sized swimming pools, a jacuzzi and – wait for it – an actual football pitch. Clearly Cristiano wanted some home comforts during the However, it seems Cris and the family are actually staying at a villa in Madeira, likely to comfortably accommodate their large clan.
Cristiano Ronaldo dos Santos Aveiro was born in São Pedro, Funchal, on the Portuguese island of Madeira, and grew up in Santo António, Funchal.
The 35-year-old footballer, who earns an estimated £400,000 a week, purchased the property in 2015 for a reported £7 million – when it was a derelict warehouse. News Corp is a network of leading companies in the worlds of diversified media, news, education, and information services.Portuguese football legend Cristiano Ronaldo, 35, missus Georgina Rodriguez, the kids, mom Dolores, and brother Hugo are in quarantine together at the Juventus star's incredible home in Madeira.The seven-storey mansion in Funchal, where Ronaldo is originally from, was finally finished last summer - four years after the former Manchester United No7 bought a warehouse and converted it into this luxury abode.It is believed Ronaldo splashed around £7million to recover the dream home, with Georgina smitten by its incredible sea view, as well as its amenities including In 2015, Ronaldo bought the building, near the luxury Savoy Hotel and located at the entrance of the port of Funchal, from local designer Nini Andrade Silva for an undisclosed sum.Before that, it was the warehouse where Diário de Notícias da Madeira, the local Madeira newspaper, was based.The building also housed a famous nightclub called Bar/Club Noir over the years.But Ronaldo was adamant that he would turn it into a dream property.In 2019, when work was finally completed and the building was restored, he moved in with his mum and brother Hugo, who also manages his nearby CR7 Museum.It's not known how many bedrooms and bathrooms the property boasts, however there are four floors above ground - with the top two taken by Ronaldo, Georgina and their brood.On the roof you will find one of the swimming pools, which Ronaldo was snapped enjoying during quarantine by one of its several terraces.There are two gyms, which Ronaldo has been using extensively to sculpt his chiselled abs, and even a small football pitch, should he want a kickabout with Cristiano Jr.Underground, there's a large garage that can accommodate five cars.When Ronaldo's partner Georgina Rodriguez saw the sea view the property offered, she reportedly fell in love with the romantic getaway.Although it doesn't appear to be very private, the view of the Atlantic Ocean from the rooftop pool is stunning.Overlooking the cruise port of Funchal, the scenic landscape and sea air certainly beats where the Ronaldo family reside in Turin for peace and comfort.While in quarantine during the coronavirus crisis, Georgina has taken to Instagram to show the view off too - and who can blame her.With Serie A suspended because of Covid-19, Ronaldo was given permission by Juventus to go to Madeira to help mum Dolores.In the beginning of March she suffered a stroke and the five-time Ballon d'Or-winner flew to her bedside to be with her.When he visited her at the Dr Nelio Mendonca Hospital, before she was transferred to a private hospital, he was said to have worn a protective mask, clothing and gloves after it was revealed one of his team-mates tested positive for coronavirus.Although Ronaldo is based in Italy for now, his Madeira mansion will surely be his holiday home.Last summer, shortly before preseason kicked off, he was spied on one of the terraces enjoying a romantic trip with Georgina without their children.And with close proximity to his 48-room luxury hotel, the Pestana CR7, it'll also be a good spot to keep on top of his business interests.Ronaldo has never forgotten his roots, recently supplying Madeira hospitals with ventilators and equipment during the coronavirus crisis.So, of course he's built his own castle there. By the young age of 14, Cristiano already knew he wanted to pursue a career in football, even dropping out of school in order to focus on his athletic ambitions. He is the fourth and youngest child of Maria Dolores dos Santos Viveiros da Aveiro (b. Early life.
It’s not known how many rooms the property boasts but, if they’re designed anything like the marbled bathroom, we can only imagine the sheer opulence. Which obviously makes sense given Cristiano’s profession, but wowza.
It’s safe to say, Cris saw a vision with the warehouse and turned it into an actual dream.
The seven-storey mansion in Funchal, where Ronaldo is originally from, was finally finished last summer - four years after the former Manchester United No7 bought a warehouse and … It’s said that Cristiano fell in love with the breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean which Georgina, of course, was also sold on. Their rooftop pool overlooks the ocean and beach making it the perfect spot to unwind after a busy football season – and a night off from running around after their energetic kids.
Good luck to him. It would certainly make quarantine a lot easier with that kind of view. Inside Cristiano Ronaldo’s £7m Madeira house as he self-isolates with Georgina Rodriguez and kids Alicia Adejobi Tuesday 21 Apr 2020 2:12 pm Share …
1954), a cook, and José Dinis Aveiro (1953–2005), a municipal gardener and part-time kit man. The construction of the luxury seven-storey building in Funchal, Ronaldo's hometown, was completed last year.