Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Estates and Homes ( 7 )
Sheikh Mohammad al Maktoum purchased this estate some 20 years ago for approx $1.1 million. Although, extremely tight security make it impenetrable but it’s rumored that the Sheikh has built three hangers for his large collection of vehicles and Limousines.
Location: The Longcross Estate is located in England.
Muhammed Bin one of the world’s richest person spent a whooping £45million to buy an estate.
Location: the estate is located in in the village of Dalham, Suffolk, England.
Accommodation: the estate is spread in the area of 3,300 acres of farmland, parkland and woods. He owns an 18th century house which was once owned by Cecil Rhodes, who gave his name to Rhodesia.
Neighborhood: The estate is just beside Already 3,000 acre Dalham Hall stud, near Newmarket, Suffolk is owned by Maktoum.
The Dubai Royal is the owner of the world’s most expensive penthouse who bought this extremely lavish penthouse for $308 million in 2010. This was an investment to preserve his wealth.
Location: The 2 story penthouse, which is located in Monaco,
Accommodation: the house is designed by London based firm Candy and Candy who have been taking the design world by storm. The penthouse is built in two story with exterior built in Mediterranean style and interior in contemporary style. The house has full height library, infinity pool, secure panic room with surveillance cameras, cinema rooms. The stairways in the house is truly dramatic with beautiful lighting which leads to romantic gallery. The excusite dinning space Is decked with coffer ceiling and two crystal chandeliers. The bedrooms are designed in a contemporary manner and the interior of each room has been done in wooden finish.
Location: Mohammed Bin bought this Inverinate Estate 25 years ago for $3 million in Scottish Highlands near the Kyle of Lochalsh.
Accommodation: This mansion has 14 lavish bedrooms and the home is spread in the area of 63,000 acres. Although the estate is lavish but according to Sheikh it is not as lavish as a place should be hence some reconstruction has been done on the property. He has planned to build a new modern two-story lodge featuring a penthouse suite, dining room, kitchen and 16 bedrooms, all with en-suite baths and some with living-room areas."
Sheikh Mohammed love to breed horses hence has invested in Stables and farms. One such farm that he owns is Gainsborough Farms Inc. Sheikh Mohammed purchased Gainsborough Stud in late 1981. Gainsborough operation maintained hundreds of horses in training worldwide and owned about 270 mares on three continents.
Location: The farm is located in Versailles, Kentucky, United States.
Sheikh Mohammed love to breed horses hence has invested in Stables and farms. One such farm that he owns is Gainsborough Farms Inc in Versailles, Kentucky, United States
Turnberry golf course
Sheikh Mohammed’s love for golf courses is a known factor hence he owns many luxurious golf courses around the world although he doesn’t even play golf. One such golf course is Turnberry Golf Courses. The 59-year-old Sheikh owns 800-acre Turnberry golf course in Scotland. He bought it for £55 million for the golf course but doesn’t even play golf.
Location: Turnberry golf courses are located in South Ayrshire on the rugged coast and comprise of three links golf courses.
About Turnberry Golf Courses:
Trnberry Golf Courses on a stunning peninsula of links land on the coast of South Ayrshire, with amazing views across the Firth of Clyde to the islands of Arran. The place also has an iconic lighthouse built in 1873 by Thomas and David Stevenson. The golf course also has a Turnberry castle where legend has it that Robert the Bruce, King of Scotland, was born in 1274. All on links land, all on golf holes that are among the best in the world and also hosted the Open twice.
Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Yachts ( 1 )
Formerly known as the Golden Star and Platinum, the Dubai is an enormous yacht measuring 531 feet. It is the second largest yacht in the world, just 2 meters short of Roman Abramovich’s giga-yacht Eclipse. Originally the yacht was commissioned by Prince Jefri Bolkiah of Brunei in 1996 but got stuck due to lack of funds. It was only after $300 million funding that the project was carried out again in 2001 and named Gold Star by the ruler of the Emirate of Dubai, and the Prime Minister of the UAE to jointly own the mega yacht.
Features: Equipped with three elevators serving all the decks, a large formal dining area, a variety of pools, hot tubs, sunbathing areas and a big swimming platform, the Dubai also offers a variety of water sports activities along with air conditioning facility to combat the hot Dubai weather. The yacht also has a squash room, spa, and is fitted with the obligatory mega yacht helicopter pad. The spiral staircase, which bathes in the natural light of sun, is the main highlight of the yacht.
Accommodations: The yacht has spacious deck that offers a large social area including the main lounge with its centrepiece red sofa for numerous VIP and guests. The yacht easily can house 115 people including crew and guest staff.
Specs: Despite its gigantic structure and comparable weight, the yacht can reach an impressive 26 knots at maximum speed. She also exhibits exceptional worldwide capability with a range of 8,500 miles at 25 knots, all thanks to its four MTU diesel engines.
Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Hobbies ( 2 )
Horse Breeding and Racing
Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Autos and Cars ( 1 )
A visionary leader, an avid equestrian and a noted poet, the Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates, His Highness Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum became the very first person on planet to own the Mercedes G63 AMG, which is the German automaker’s most powerful Mercedes G-Class vehicle which comes with an incredibly powerful V8 engine. Interestingly, this boxy G-Series originally went on sale to the public in 1979 as a military machine, and hasn’t left the market since. The G63 comes fully loaded with adaptive cruise control, an automatic braking system, Zagat restaurant ratings-equipped navigation system, Harmon/Kardon stereo, to name a few.