The 10 Most Expensive Houses Owned by Indian Cricketers

India has a large cricket fan base. In addition to seeing their favourite players on the field, fans enjoy seeing them in advertisements and posters. In addition to their centrally contracted salaries, cricketers make a lot of money from brand promotions.

Consequently, Indian players earn a lot of money and maintain a high standard of living. Several members of the Indian team own beautiful bungalows.

Here are India’s top 10 cricketers and their most expensive homes:

10. Hardik Pandya’s penthouse in Vadodara (3.6 Crores)

Hardik Pandya’s Vadodara penthouse has 6,000 square feet of space spread over four flats. Designed with a contemporary aesthetic, the house has interiors to suit every taste. The apartment comes with a private theatre, a gym, and a balcony garden. Kurnal’s space is done in brighter shades of yellow, orange, and beige, while Hardik’s is based on the bleed blue design of the Indian national team. The house is located in one of Vadodara’s most prestigious areas.

9. Ravindra Jadeja’s Jamnagar bungalow (Estimated price around 10 Crores)

In Jamnagar, Ravindra Jadeja lives in a four-story bungalow. The interiors combine traditional and classical decorations to create a feeling of being in a princely state. The residence has lawns and a gym. Jadeja uploaded a video of himself sweating in the gym in preparation for the India tour of England in 2021. The extravagant residence explains the all-rounder’s penchant for horseback riding and sword fighting. A total of INR 10 crores will be spent on lodging.

8. Sourav Ganguly’s palatial house (estimated price above 10 crore)

Sourav Ganguly’s mansion is one of the biggest and most beautiful in Behala. The interiors of his mother’s house are painted in subtle hues, showing her proclivity toward peace and harmony. This magnificent building has been inhabited by the Ganguly family for three generations. A private room houses the former Indian skipper’s trophies and memorabilia, as well as a large garden and practice pitch.

7. Suresh Raina’s Ghaziabad house (18 Crores)

Suresh Raina’s home in Rajnagar in Ghaziabad features black and white granite surfaces that complement the home’s overall design. Raina’s wife Priyanka posts pictures of the interior of the house on Instagram, showing the cricketer’s love for luxury. The cottage-sized home has different prints, tapestries, rugs, and soft furnishings, as well as windows that let in sunlight and make it a cosy retreat. Raina also designed a backyard where he can exercise.

6. Sunil Gavaskar’s 5000 square-feet Isprava Villa in Goa (estimated price around 20 crores)

He made headlines when he bought a 5000 square foot villa in Assangaon, North Goa. In a land known as the Rome of the East, it is part of the ISPAVA project. A carefully cultivated garden and a pool are available for its residents to relax and rejuvenate.  

5. Rohit Sharma’s Worli Apartment (30 Crores)

He lives on the 29th floor of the Ahuja Towers in Worli. The apartment cost Rohit 30 crores. Its living room ceiling is believed to be 13 feet high, and the entire house is equipped with home automation systems that enable its owners to control the lights, temperature, music systems, and entertainment options with voice commands. Ahuja Towers is a 53-story building that won the 5 Star Award for ‘Best High Rise Architecture’.

4. Sachin Tendulkar’s Bandra house (38 Crores)

Tendulkar purchased the bungalow from a Parsi family in 2007 and rebuilt it over the next four years. Tendulkar usually practices yoga on the terrace of his five-story mansion, which has three floors and two basements. A leather armchair, an ivory lamp, and a marble table adorn his abode. The property is estimated to be worth INR 38 crores.

3. Yuvraj Singh’s Worli apartment (64 Crores)

Yuvraj Singh owns a luxurious, highly decorated suite that matches his flamboyant batting style. Yuvraj purchased the apartment in 2013 for INR 64 crores and has a living space of 16,000 square feet. The 29th floor of Omkar Towers 1973 has a two-flat combined palace-like apartment. Virat Kohli, the Indian skipper, also lives in the same building. Apart from this residence, Yuvraj also owns a holiday home in Goa.

2. Virat Kohli’s Gurugram bungalow (80 Crores)

Kohli bought an apartment on the 35th floor of the Omkar Towers for INR 34 crores in 1973. Kohli lived in a swanky bungalow in Gurugram before moving to Mumbai. Approximately 80 crores were estimated to be the cost of the abode. One of the main features of the residence was its living room, which covered 500 square yards. There is a swimming pool and a quaint bar on the property. It has a built-up area of 10,000 square feet, as well as a phenomenal appearance with interlocking boxes.

1. Ms Dhoni’s 7-acre farmhouse in Ranchi (estimated at Rs 100 crore +)

Sakshi Dhoni regularly posts pictures of her colossal property on her Instagram account. Dhoni’s previous house is only a few kilometres from the seven-acre farmhouse. There is a gym, a swimming pool, a park, and a showroom for the former Indian skipper’s bikes, cars, and other antiques at this property. The exact cost of the farmhouse is unknown, but it is estimated to be worth over INR 100 crores.

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