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Lewis Hamilton’s $40m Monaco penthouse is a one-of-a-kind property

It's the least he deserves - he worked hard for it.
  • Lewis Hamilton owns multiple luxurious properties around the world
  • Like many F1 drivers, Hamilton’s primary residence is in Monte Carlo, Monaco
  • The British racing driver reportedly purchased a $40 million penthouse apartment there in 2010

Published on Nov 24, 2023 at 5:33PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Nov 28, 2023 at 2:46PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Amelia Jean Hershman-Jones
Lewis Hamilton $40 million Monaco penthouse is one of a kind

Like many F1 drivers, Lewis Hamilton owns a property in Monte Carlo, Monaco.

Although the Mercedes AMG driver owns multiple luxurious homes around the world, the Monaco penthouse apartment is his primary residence.

Apparently, Hamilton purchased the property back in 2010 and although not officially confirmed, it’s largely believed he resides in the exclusive Fontvielle district.

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If speculation is to be believed, the penthouse apartment in question is a four-bedroom duplex with views of the Mediterranean Sea.

The apartment is rumored to be spread over 2,000 square feet and, according to reports, cost Hamilton around $40 million back in the day.

CHECK OUT LEWIS HAMILTON’S MONACO PENTHOUSE WORTH $40 MILLION IN THE VIDEO BELOW!

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