The most expensive houses of World cricketers
The amount of money that has come into cricket has multiplied since the last 15 years and especially with the emergence of T20 leagues which brought in more cash to the respective cricket boards. Therefore the current age cricketers are financially so well off that they can indulge in the finest of luxuries. We took a brief virtual tour of their houses and found out some absolutely unbelievable mansions.
Let’s go through the list in brief The most expensive houses of World cricketers-
The present Indian captain has a house located at Gurgaon DLF city phase 1 and is priced at a stunning 80 crores. It has all the modern facilities including Gym and swimming pool and brilliantly decorated.
One of the greatest captains and batsman in world cricket, Ponting has an awesome mansion in Brighton on Melbourne priced at Rupees 69.8 crores. It has a tennis court, pool, billiards hall, a private theatre and a private access lane to the beach.
One of the most resourceful Australian cricketers across formats and an IPL legend, Watto has his awesome house in Sydney very near the famous Bondi beach. With all the modern facilities his house costs INR 62.8 crores.
India’s one of the finest cricketers in white-ball cricket, Yuvraj has earned a lot during his career and has a great apartment at Worli in Mumbai measuring up to 16000 square feet and costs Rupees 60 crores. He bought the entire 29th floor comprising of 2 flats and great facilities.
The Aussie southpaw and one of the premier openers across formats. Live in a stunning looking mansion in Sydney with great views and a snooker room. It costs INR 45.3 crores
Indian batting legend Sachin Tendulkar’s 10-year-old house at Bandra of 10000 square feet. Which costs Rupees 38 crores and is staggeringly decorate with a wonderful garden consisting of various plants.
Rohit Sharma’s 29th floor flat at the Ahuja towers at Worli in Mumbai has a stunning 270-degree view of the Arabian Sea. It is beautifully decorate and a size of 6000 square feet and costs INR 30 crores.