Jeff Bezos has an impressive portfolio of properties.
And the best part is they’re all quite different.
One of his latest acquisitions is a massive home on Indian Creek Island in Florida.
The 1.84-acre mansion, which has its own wine cellar and a library among other things, is worth $79 million.
On Indian Creek Island, he also owns another $68 million home, making his investment on the island worth a whopping $147 million.
Jeff Bezos’ investment in the Big Apple
Jeff Bezos owns a significant chunk of an entire building on Fifth Ave in NYC.
Yep, you read that right.
In 2020, he bought a massive condo that takes the entire 20th floor of the building.
That’s in addition to the 21st, 22nd, 23rd and 24th floors, which he also owns.
His strategic property in Texas and Washington
Jeff Bezos was born in New Mexico but he went to school in Houston, Texas.
But this isn’t the only reason he owns a massive ranch in Texas, though.
The other reason has to do with his space company, Blue Origin.
Bezos is competing with Elon Musk’s SpaceX in the space race and that’s part of the reason why he bought a ranch in West Texas, not too far from Blue Origin’s Launch Site One.
This, in part, also explains his investment in Seattle, Washington.
He owns a selection of properties, including a $37.5 million mansion with a rooftop deck and a glass bridge that connects to the guest house.
This is because Blue Origin’s main launch site is in Texas, but the company’s headquartered in Washington.
Jeff Bezos’ historic home in California
No property portfolio can be considered complete without California.
Bezos’ main property in California is the Harry Warner Estate, which he bought for $165 million from record producer and fellow billionaire, David Geffen.
This gargantuan 12,254-square-foot home near Sunset Boulevard is one of a kind.
It has eight bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, a koi pond, a spa, a lagoon-like pool, and a tennis court.
Hawaii and the US Capital
Last but definitely not least on the list are Bezos’ properties in the capital city of the US, Washington D.C., and in Maui, Hawaii.
The 78-million-dollar estate in Hawaii offers 14 acres of land, and it looks like it was designed for a Bond movie villain.
As for his Washington D.C. portfolio, it is equally impressive, but for different reasons.
Bezos bought the former Textile Museum and the mansion right across the street (pictured above) from the Museum.
All in all, his investment cost him about $40 million.
He spent $23 million for the Museum, $12 million to renovate it and then $5 million for the house across the street.
So now the multi-million dollar question is, how much is Jeff Bezos’ entire estate portfolio worth?
You’re looking at around $600 million in total which, for a guy net worth $178 billion, is peanuts.
And here’s a fun fact.
Jeff Bezos’ entire property portfolio, which comprises nearly 20 individual properties, is worth around the same as his two yachts.
His main yacht alone (Koru, pictured above) is worth $500 million, and the shadow boat he bought for his main yacht cost him $75 million.