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- Palatial new home has sprung up in luxury development on outskirts of Moscow
- The 91,500sqft home comes with a 32,000sqft outbuilding, 21,000sqft of stables and 15 acres of land complete with helipad and its own forest
- Owner is listed as ‘Russian Federation’ while it was built by company ‘Property V’
- Russian newspaper speculated it is owned by President Vladimir Putin himself
A vast palace that has sprung up near Moscow and whose ownership is shrouded in secrecy may belong to President Putin, a Russian newspaper has suggested.
The palace is located in a luxury development that is already home to the country’s most-expensive house – which is now dwarfed by the new construction.
The new building has 91,500sqft of living space, a three-storey outbuilding with another 32,000sqft of space, and stables that span 21,500sqft.
Set in 15 acres of grounds and surrounded by a security wall, the estate also includes a helipad, a football field, a forest and landscaped gardens, compete with a pond.
The owner is simply listed as the ‘Russian Federation’ while the construction was carried out by a company called ‘Property-V’ – leading to speculation that it is owned by somebody high up in the government, and possibly Putin himself.
Property-V, the company which carried out the construction, has multiple links to the Russian elite and those in Putin’s inner circle – some of whom also own homes in Greenfields
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