London Villas Bought By The Russian Rich

London Villas Bought By The Russian Rich

Let’s look through the photos of London villas owned by the Russians.

London Villas Bought By The Russian Rich

Roman Abramovich: Lindsey House for 90 million Euro. The villa was purchased in 2011. The building belonged to the property of the USSR and later – to that of Russia. In 2004 Russia sold the villa to Pier Lagrange who restored it and resold to Abramovich.

London Villas Bought By The Russian Rich

The most expensive villa in Great Britain was bought by the former head of Moscow Bank Andrey Borodin who had been put on the wanted list before. He paid 140 million Euro for the villa. Until recent time, the buyer’s name was not known as the deal was executed through a company registered in the British Virgin Islands.

London Villas Bought By The Russian Rich

Alisher Usmanov bought Beechwood House in the northern part of London in 2008 for 50 million Euro. The former building owner was an emir from Qatar.

London Villas Bought By The Russian Rich

The six-storey 50 million Euro home in Belgravia is owned by Oleg Deripaska.

London Villas Bought By The Russian Rich

Leonard Blavatnik bought a villa next to the one that belongs to Abramovich and paid 41 million Euro for it.

London Villas Bought By The Russian Rich

They say that Yelena Baturina, the wife of Moscow ex-Mayor, is an owner of a huge villa named Witanhurst. It has 90 rooms, 25 bedrooms and is the second largest house in London after the Buckingham palace. However, Elena Baturina has always denied the fact.

20 thoughts on “London Villas Bought By The Russian Rich”

    • That is their way of showing “understatement” 🙂 … like “look, I´m so rich that I don´t even need an expensive watch to prove it, because everybody knows that I am an oligarch” …

  1. They stole as much as they could from people in 90s and 00s and now going insane from such wealth, buying 90 room mansions… what kind of normal human needs 90 rooms for? Dumb insatiable animals…

  2. Whale, whale, whale… Mafia, KGB agents, ex party members – Elite of the society? Nope, bunch of simple thieves who made theirs businesses when communism “fell”…

  3. yes, they are all criminals

    the post is about LONDON VILLAS and then you post huge pictures of the owners and SMALL pictures of the villas. Should be the other way around. remember for next time

  4. what’s disgusting is that the British government let them set up shop after minimalistic money laundering. Basically if you are foreign criminal then London is the place to go. Mind you I don’t think the albanians have these funds when they set up a brothel…

  5. In Russian you call these people “bydlo”…people with no culture and no taste. They try to be refined british gentlemen but they are still common post-communist criminals and will always be seen as that. Nobody will ever respect them, but everybody is after their money. The only problem is that they are transferring so moch money out of the country that would be needed over there.

  6. Thanks to perestroika and the wonder of capitalism, every Russian and Eastern European at last has a chance to get a house like this with hard work and a can-do attitude. Get moving, comrades.

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