Forbes magazine released a ranking of the most expensive properties in the UK owned by the Russians. The list of 26 names.
The leader of the list was the former Governor of Chukotka Roman Abramovich. His mansion is in Kensington Palace Gardens street is estimated at?170 million (14 billion rubles). On the same street, known as the “street of billionaires” is the Russian Embassy, Kensington Palace – the residence of the Prince of Cambridge William.
The second position is located himholding the owner of “FosAgro”, the ex-Federation Council member Andrey Guriev. He owns a building area of 8 thousand square meters, which is located in London and is the second largest in London after Buckingham Palace.
Three leaders closes the former co-owner of Bank of Moscow Andrey Borodin. For eight years, he owns one of the oldest estates in the UK Park Place. The value of the property with adjoining garden is 150 million pounds. In 2016, the building was arrested by the decision of the Tver court.
The list also included the top Manager of “Gazprom” Andrey Goncharenko and co-owner of “alpha Groups” Peter Aven.
For the ranking, Forbes drew the real estate agents that helped to determine the value of each object. “The estimates – most conservative: they can be higher, but hardly lower,” – said the publication.
Previously, Forbes has learned that the Russian businessman Oleg Tinkov has bought one SeaXplorer, able to walk on the ice.