Inside David and Victoria Beckham’s £20m five-bed Miami home with helipad and luxury pool – The Sun
WHEN David Beckham goes house-hunting, he is not one to skimp.
The former England ace and his wife Victoria, 45, have snapped up a £20million apartment in the “most luxurious” Miami skyscraper in the area, complete with its own helipad, luxury pool and gym.
Goldenballs, 44, splashed out on the 10,000 sq ft, five-bed property in the One Thousand Museum high-rise after taking ownership of the new Inter Miami Football Club.
The luxury block, which is 700ft tall, was designed by the late British-Iraqi architect Zaha Hadid, who was behind the 2012 Olympics Aquatic Centre in Stratford, East London.
I bet Becks’ new pool is nice, then. Here, we take you inside for a guided tour.
Architect Zaha, who died in 2016, was known as the “Queen Of Curves” – and this flamboyant concierge desk shows why. Zaha also designed the 2017 Brit award, so this is the closest Posh has been to one in 20 years.
Huge free-standing baths offer a place for Posh and Becks to unwind. The apartment has five bedrooms, but seven toilets. Maybe David did the maths.
ONE THOUSAND MUSEUM
The building is so tall that engineers had to drill 170ft into the ground to stop it falling over. It has a helipad, and is a stone’s throw from the Adrienne Arsht Center For Performing Arts. Posh could pop in for some singing lessons.
Each apartment has access to a “bank-quality vault”. A perfect place for David to put his knighthood, if it ever comes.
Apartments come with a roofed driveway, and the marketing excitedly promises high-speed elevators with “destination-entry smart technology”. So, just like every Holiday Inn you’ve ever stayed in.
Communal areas are constantly refreshed with “custom scenting”. If that doesn’t give any visitors a headache, the winding staircase surely will.
The open-plan space leads to a terrace with views over the city. The blurb says how close it is to all of the main sporting venues, including basketball side Miami Heat, baseball’s Miami Marlins and tennis centre Crandon Park. Oddly, it doesn’t mention Becks’ Inter Miami side, just a ten-minute drive away.
ON ME HEAD, SONS
A shirtless David enjoys a kickabout in Inter Miami’s new stadium with his boys Romeo, Brooklyn and Cruz
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