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From the UK to US, Gordon Ramsay’s three homes are an absolute dream

Despite leading a busy life touring the globe, celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay still finds time to invest in real estate – and his UK and US houses are amazing.
  • Gordon Ramsay takes home about $112 million a year from multiple avenues, including his Michelin-star restaurants, TV shows and book sales
  • The celeb chef has famously been quoted as saying he doesn’t plan on leaving his wealth to his kids
  • Ramsay has invested some of his wealth in real estate, purchasing multiple properties in the UK and US

Published on Dec 15, 2023 at 8:14PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Dec 19, 2023 at 2:26PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Alessandro Renesis
From the UK to US, Gordon Ramsay's three homes are an absolute dream

It’s fair to say, Gordon Ramsay is a legend in the culinary world.

Hosting shows like Hell’s Kitchen, Kitchen Nightmares and Masterchef, the Brit is known for his tough, no-nonsense personality.

He might not be everyone’s cup of tea, but he’s got the bank balance to prove how successful he’s been.

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The celebrity chef takes home about $112 million a year from multiple avenues, including his Michelin-star restaurants, TV shows and book sales.

Interestingly, he told the Telegraph that he doesn’t plan on leaving his wealth to his kids.

But rather than bank solely on his main source of income that stems from his culinary exploits, Gordon Ramsay has invested some of his wealth in real estate.

He’s bought multiple properties in the UK and US, whose values have no doubt increased over the years.

The first of his UK properties is in Cornwall, and was built from scratch after the approved demolition of the original building on the site.

Reportedly purchased for a whisker over $5 million in 2015, this is one of Ramsay’s quintessential houses.

The property comprises a main house and a smaller one also known as the Garden House.

The property has a large swimming pool and a magnificent view of the Carmel Estuary.

Another prominent building Gordon Ramsey inhabits with his family is located in Wandsworth, Southwest London.

Apparently, he purchased the property for around $8.9 million in 2002.

This is the chef’s primary abode, as there are tons of pictures shared by himself and his wife on Instagram, flaunting various interior spaces in their pristine London house.

The exquisite grounds of the home include a two-story guest house, terraces, a jacuzzi, an infinity pool, and rolling grass.

One thing Gordon Ramsey loves is space, that’s why he turned the four existing bedrooms into one huge master bedroom with two ensuite bathrooms and a walk-in dressing area.

The house also has a gym for getting in shape, a study that allows for solitude and provides a quiet reading space, a utility room, and a patio overlooking the garden.

Gordon Ramsay also boasts a sizable residence in LA’s chic Bel Air neighborhood.

Apparently, he got this one for $6.75 million in 2012.

The Californian mansion rises on a one-acre parcel of land, with amazing views of the canyon, city, and ocean.

The home comprises five bedrooms, six bathrooms, a swimming pool, and a state-of-the-art luxury kitchen.

What’s more, the exquisite grounds of the property include a two-story guest house, terraces, a jacuzzi, an infinity pool, and rolling grass.

Gordon Ramsay has, no doubt, got great taste when it comes to property, not to mention an eye for interior design.

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