Bernard Arnault’s 12-room mansion is worth over Rs 1,648 Crore and his net worth is over Rs 15 lakh Crore. Take a look at the expensive possessions of the business tycoon.

In addition to LVMH, Arnault has also invested in various businesses. He owns and controls Groupe Arnault, one of the leading investment firms. In 1999, Netflix received an investment of $30 million (Rs 247 crore) from the Arnault Group, for Variety. It also owns stakes in real estate development company Blue Capital, French food chain Carrefour and online retailer Boo. In 2008, the French billionaire bought Princess Yachts, one of Britain’s oldest luxury motorboat manufacturers.

2. Yachts and jets

In 2008, Arnault acquired the Dutch luxury yacht manufacturing company Royal Van Lent and British I already manufacturer Princess Yachts International for more than €300 million (Rs 3,010,800 crore) and €200 million (Rs 2,007,200 crore), respectively, for asian lifestyle.

Arnault owns a luxury yacht called Symphony, which is among the top 100 superyachts in the world. When completed in 2015, Symphony was the longest yacht ever built in the Netherlands. The yacht seats 36 passengers and has six decks, a helicopter pad and has a gross tonnage of nearly 3,000 GT. From jacuzzi to sauna, private office, cinema, golf area and gym, you will find it all on the sailboat. Arnault also owned Amadeus, a superyacht built in 1969, according to asian lifestyle. It was later sold in 2015.

Apart from private yachts, Arnault also owns a private jet, Dassault Falcon 7X, which he bought for $40 million (Rs 329 crore), for asian lifestyle. He previously also owned a Bombardier Global Express 6000 and a Bombardier Global 7500.

3. Wide portfolio of real estate

Unsurprisingly, the richest person in Europe owns some of the most expensive property in the world. according to Well-informed person, Arnault lives with his family (wife and five children), four of whom hold positions in the LVMH brands, on the left bank of Paris, south of the Seine River. according to magic bricks, the mansion, worth 200 million dollars (Rs 1648 crores), spans 12 acres and includes 12 bedrooms, as many bathrooms, a library, a dining room and a ballroom. It also has a private lake, tennis court, wine cellar and underground parking. The mansion was reportedly built in the 18th century. This is also the house where Arnault displays most of his art collection.

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Arnault also owns a vacation home in Saint-Tropez on the French Riviera, where the richest of the rich live. Saint-Tropez is a 270-acre gated community where houses cost an average of $13 million (Rs 107 crores), per Business Insider.

Another property owned by the billionaire, for magic bricksIt’s in the French Alps. Situated in the world’s largest ski area, the chateau was purchased by Arnault and Albert Frere in 1998. The property features 34 rooms, a private chalet, a rooftop pool, jacuzzi and sauna, for magic bricks.

Arnault also has residential properties worth $96.4 million (Rs 794 crore) in Los Angeles, Beverly Hills and Hollywood Hills, per Well-informed person.

Through LVMH, Arnault also owns some hotels, including the Cheval Blanc and the Belmond Hotel, for asian lifestyle. Cheval Blanc is a luxury hotel consisting of 72 rooms and suites. LVMH reportedly owns hotels in more than 24 countries.