Inside Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's new luxury bespoke mansion with pool, Jacuzzi, steam room, bar, sauna and gym

Inside Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's new luxury bespoke mansion with pool, Jacuzzi, steam room, bar, sauna and gym

October 29, 2020

PIERRE-EMERICK AUBAMEYANG has spent some of his £350,000-a-week wages on building a huge new mansion for his family in North London.

The Arsenal captain, 31, tore down an old 1930s house and built an incredible home on the land.





It seems Aubameyang spared no expense having finally committed his future to the Gunners in the summer.

The Gabon star's new pad comes complete with an incredible fitness suite in the basement.

As well as a gym, Aubameyang has commissioned a new pool, Jacuzzi, steam room AND sauna.

And if that wasn't enough, there is also a bar and wine cellar built-in.

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Upstairs, there are seven bedrooms in the luxury pad, a safe room and 'extensive entertaining and living spaces'.

The property backs on to an empty field, ensuring Aubameyang, wife Alysha and his two sons – Pierre Jr, four, and Curtys, nine – don't have their views spoiled.

One of the biggest features in the new home will be the garage.

The ex-Borussia Dortmund star – who is going through a bit of a slump since signing his monster new Arsenal deal in September – is famous for his impressive car collection.




His garage is now worth around £3million and includes a rare £2m Ferrari LaFerrari, a stunning £150k Range Rover Sport and a £250k Aston Martin DB9 Volante 2.

And to keep them safe, Aubameyang has installed an underground car-park.

Better still, the parking area is accessed via CAR-LIFT.

According to the architects, Lees Munday, the home is 'inspired by Cotswold stone manor houses of Cider With Rosie country and the simple white rendered forms of contemporary New England houses in the USA.

The description continues: "Our design seeks to combine the desire for a pitched roofed and columned silhouette that symbolises 'home'.

"[It also adds] the growing trend for more contemporary features, particularly larger areas of glass to give more light and closer contact with the garden and views.

"The pillared two-storey bays and double height entrance facade create a grand impression down a discrete private driveway approach.

"[It] passes through four small landscaped 'external rooms', each containing a gigantic antique cast iron urn.

"The basement leisure suite provides a luxurious pool, Jacuzzi, bar, sauna, steam room and gym, opening out onto a landscaped lightwell."


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