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Inside Amazon founder Jeff Bezos’ $760 million property portfolio

He might have lost the title of world’s richest man, but Amazon founder Jeff Bezos has still been able to build a staggering property portfolio worth more than $760 million.

According to realestate.com.au, Bezos recently purchased a $104 million home in Florida’s exclusive “Billionaire Bunker,” on Indian Creek Island.

Adding to his impressive list of properties in Beverly Hills, Seattle, West Texas, Washington, DC and New York City.

New York – Madison Square Park – $148 million

Bezos has been busy accumulating units at 212 Fifth Ave and in typical billionaire fashion he has gone all out.

On multiple occasions, he has purchased an entire floor in the building, which currently includes the 21st, 22nd, 23rd and 24th floors as well as the penthouse and a number of other apartments.

Each unit in the building, which overlooks Madison Square Park, has galleried hallways, solid oak and marble floors and luxury finishes.

Built in 1912, the building features its own fitness centre, a yoga studio, a treatment room, a playroom, a game room, an observatory a dining and meeting room, a catering kitchen and a screening room.

Lincoln Square – $20 million

Bezos also owns four apartments worth $17.5 million in the Century Condominium at 25 Central Park West.

The businessman bought three apartments in the building in 1999 for $7.65 million and purchased a fourth in 2012.

Washington DC – Textile Museum $35.3 million

Bezos paid $23 million in 2016 for the former Textile Museum in Washington’s Kalorama neighbourhood, before undertaking a $12 million renovation.

The exterior features brick Roman columns and balconies, a large lawn area with a fountain and a private garden with brick-arched walkways.

Originally built in 1914, it now boasts 10 bedrooms, eight bathrooms, six powder rooms and 11 fireplaces.

2325 S Street — $7.7 million

Bezos also purchased a home across the road for $5 million in January 2020.

The four-bedroom home, built in 1951, has five full bathrooms and two powder rooms.

Beverley Hills – Harry Warner Estate

The Amazon frontman owns a $253.4 million Beverley Hills estate, that sits on 1140sq m near Sunset Boulevard.

The eight-bedroom, 10-bathroom estate features a koi pond, a European garden, a lagoon-like pool and spa, waterfalls, a tennis court, a tree-lined cobblestone driveway, a courtyard with an outdoor fireplace, distressed wood plank floors, fresco walls, diamond-shaped windows and hand-carved doors.

N. Alpine Drive –  $19.8 million

Bezos also owns a second Californian home that he purchased in 2017.

The contemporary-style, single-story home was built in 1956 and sits on 420sq m and has four bedrooms and six bathrooms.

Texas – Corn Ranch

Bezos grew up in Texas and owns a 12,140 hectare property in West Texas.

The property also has a four-bedroom grey stucco home that he has owned since 2004.

Medina, Washington – Evergreen Point $19.8 million

One of the Amazon founder’s first purchases was a $10 million, five-bedroom, four-bathroom house, that sits on 5.3 acres in the ritzy Seattle suburb of Medina which is located near the local Post Office and grocery store.

He also purchased the neighbouring 772 sqm mansion with five bedrooms and four bathrooms for $50 million. 

The properties have a combined 100m of shoreline and he’s also spent nearly 30 million on renovations.

Florida – Indian Creek Island — $104.4 million

Indian Creek Island, also known as “Billionaire Bunker,” has 40 waterfront properties and an ultra-exclusive golf course that’s set on 294 acres.

The three-bedroom, three-bathroom home measures an impressive 860 sqm and sits on 2.8 acres.

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Rowan Crosby

Rowan Crosby is a senior journalist at Elite Agent specialising in finance and real estate.