It’s always interesting to peak inside the properties our favourite celebrities call home—especially when they own more than one. In David and Victoria Beckham’s case, the high-profile couple own not one but four (and a half) luxury homes, all scatted across the globe.
From a classic London townhouse to a sprawling Cotswold’s country house and luxury apartments in both Miami and Dubai, the Beckham’s have an enviable real estate portfolio.
Below, everything you need to know about each of the the Beckham’s properties, and their bonus luxury yacht.
The Beckham’s main residence is a seven-bedroom Grade II-listed townhouse in the West London borough of Holland Park. The couple bought the home in 2013 for around £31.5 million (AU$59 million) and spent over £8 million (AU$15 million) renovating it with the help of celebrity interior designers, Kelly Hoppen and Rose Uniacke.
From these images, we have gotten a good glimpse of the luxurious kitchen’s marble worktops and open wooden shelving, along with the gorgeous private garden with established trees an a manicured lawn.
The home also contains a gym, indoor pool, wine cellar, home cinema and an air-conditioned garden.
The Beckham’s also own a luxury apartment in Dubai. The couple bought the apartment, which happens to reside within the world’s tallest tower, the Burj Khalifa, in 2009 for a reported US$10 million (AU$15 million).
While the couple have owned this property for the longest, it’s also the one that we rarely see as the family don’t seem to post many pictures of themselves within it.
The Burj Khalifa apartment is also not the couple’s first property in Dubai—David and Victoria also used to own a US$9.9 million (AU$15 million) seven bedroom villa in Palm Jumeirah, which they eventually gifted to Victoria’s parents Tony and Jackie Adams.
When they’re not in London, the Beckham’s also like to spend time at their more rural property in the Cotswolds. The couple purchased their luxury converted barn home in December 2016 for a reported £6.5 million (AU$12 million).
The home features cosier, more rustic countryside interiors with exposed brick walls, floor-to-ceiling windows, hardwood flooring and luxurious upholstery.
Outside, three-time Chelsea Flower Show winner Marcus Barnett was reportedly hired to to create a “two-tier fairy tale garden”. Additionally, this property boasts an Estonian igloo sauna and steam room, plunge pool, tennis court, football pitch and 1.2-metre deep lake.
This home also features one of the most impressive kitchens, with a large wood-burning pizza oven and an oversized dining table.
It’s no surprise that this is also where the family chose to spent their lockdown period, as well as hosting Brooklyn’s 21st birthday celebration and Cruz and Harper’s christenings.
The couple also renewed their vows there in 2017.
While the family are usually based in the UK, David Beckham also purchased a Miami penthouse for when his work (as the Inter Miami football team owner) takes him there.
The apartment, which is worth US$24 million (AU$37 million), is situated in the opulent One Thousand Museum building. The luxury block, which is 60 floors high, was designed by late Pritzker Prize-winning architect Zaha Hadid.
The Miami property doesn’t only include a rooftop helipad but a sky lounge, private beach club, aquatic centre with an indoor lap pool, on-premise bank vaults and a wellness centre.
From what we have seen of the Beckham’s pad, the family have beach views, Italian kitchen quartz countertops and hotel-style bathrooms to enjoy.
We expect the Beckham’s also enjoy having a US based property to spend more time with their son, Brooklyn and his wife Nicola Peltz-Beckham.
Reportedly inspired by holidays on Elton John’s yacht, the couple bought their own 30.5-metre yacht in 2021 for US$6.5 million ($10 million).
Since buying the vessel, the Beckhams have shared many snaps of the family enjoying time on the water.