The 18th-century Villa Oleandra, once owned by the Heinz family and bought by Hollywood A-lister George Clooney in 2002 for US$7 mιllιon, is now worth more than US$100 mιllιon.
The Ocean’s Eleven actor invited the entire Ocean’s Twelve cast to his home, including Julia Roberts, Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, and former U.S. president Barack Obama.George Clooney is well-known for a variety of accomplishments, including his work as an Oscar-winning actor, director, screenwriter, and producer, and as one of the most appealing men in the world.
We couldn’t help but notice the stunning beauty that surrounds the hottie. His activist-lawyer wife, Amal Clooney, is well-known in her own right. The couple also resides in Villa Oleandra, an opulent home in the most breathtaking setting, Lake Como.
But how much do you know about the history of the home and Clooney’s initial relocation to Italy? Let’s take a closer look at this. Italian property The Hollywood A-lister owns four homes, including Villa Oleandra, on Laglio’s lakefront.
The 18th-century residence was formerly owned by the Heinz family, who manufactured the well-known tomato ketchup; George purchased it for $7 million in 2002.
The 25-room house seems nothing less than a palace. There are also manicured gardens, tennis courts, an outdoor pool, a gym, and a theater on the property, in addition to a sizable garage where the star maintains his several antique motorcycles.