[ecis2016.org] Yuvraj Singh’s apartment is elegantly done with shades of brown, cream and white, predominant wood work and mood lighting throughout the house
Yuvraj Singh is one of Indian cricket’s most iconic all-rounders and a match-winner in the limited overs formats. He was a major contributor to the country’s triumphs at the T20 World Cup in 2007 and the ODI World Cup in 2011. Yuvraj Singh made his mark in cricket at just 19 years of age, in 2000 and has never looked back. Singh officially announced his retirement in 2019, after spending almost two decades as an international player for the Indian team. He is now an investor and entrepreneur and has also set up the YouWeCan foundation after his own battle with cancer.
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Yuvraj Singh resides in a sprawling Mumbai apartment with Hazel Keech, his wife. The couple married in 2016. As per reports, Yuvraj Singh’s lavish apartment is estimated to have a market value of Rs 64 crores. He owns an entire floor in the notable Omkar 1973 residential realty project at Worli in Mumbai. Singh stays on the 29th floor, which offers mesmerising views of the Arabian Sea. He purchased two apartments on the floor, covering 16,000 sq ft in total. He also shares his apartment with his pups Puppinder and Coco Singh.
Current Indian captain Virat Kohli and his wife and actress Anushka Sharma, also own their apartment in Tower C of the project, on the 35th floor.
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Yuvraj Singh’s house: Key details
Yuvraj Singh’s apartment is simple and elegant and the colours in the home include shades of brown, cream and white. The sprawling home is adorned with numerous paintings, while several corners have been allocated for work and recreation. There is mood lighting present throughout the house. Wood has been extensively used in the apartment and the spacious balcony offers panoramic views of the city.
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The living room is warm and cosy, with beige being the dominant colour theme. The earthy vibe of the living room is complemented with accents in deep red. There is a neutral-coloured sofa which occupies a major portion of the room and comes with a perfectly matching rug along with an armchair. There are red and green pillows which are patterned with portrait sketches while there are orange and red hues popping out of sketches and artworks adorning the space right above the living room couch. There are swanky wooden tables dotting the area while there is a coffee table holding a silver tray with several interesting curios. A matching desk is where Hazel and Yuvraj complete their pending work commitments.
Yuvraj Singh had previously shared an Instagram post earlier, where he is seen getting a home haircut in his luxurious bedroom. The area is minimalistic, while being contemporary at the same time. The floors sport glossy marble, while there are off-white walls decking up the room along with a stylish metallic couch. Floor-to-ceiling glass doors open up to the balcony. There is ample natural light, automatically making the whole house appear larger.
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Yuvraj Singh has a sleekly designed kitchen with modern appliances and classic white kitchen cabinets, in tandem with beige marble floors and granite counter tops in black.
Yuvraj Singh plays video games in his favorite entertainment room in Mumbai. There is an L-shaped couch in a beige shade which is flanked by glass doors, which opens into another balcony. The den itself has vibrant printed cushions like the living room. The key highlight here is a shelf with Singh’s awards positioned above curtains in pearly white and on a ledge crafted of wood. On the whole, Yuvraj Singh’s house is a mixture of class, sophistication and minimalism.
Yuvraj Singh’s property investments outside of Mumbai
Along with his Rs 64-crore Mumbai apartment, Yuvraj Singh owns several other properties in the country. He owns a lavish house at DLF City Phase-I at Gurgaon. Here too, he lives in Block-A where one of his neighbours includes current Indian captain Virat Kohli who bought a house here sometime earlier.
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He also bought a luxury property at Chattarpur in the Sky Mansion project. The price may have touched anywhere around Rs 31,000 to Rs 32,000 per sq ft. Yuvraj Singh has a stunning 5BHK penthouse in this project, which has exclusive amenities such as a personal gymnasium, temperature-controlled swimming pool and his own sky deck. His investment in Risland Sky Mansion in south Delhi is one of his major real estate purchases in recent times. The Sky Mansion has condominiums from 3,300 sq ft onwards and is surrounded by farm houses owned by the elite of New Delhi. The skyscraper goes up to 100 metres and is surrounded by 700 acres of greenery. The property is located near the Asola Wildlife Sanctuary and Qutub Minar alike.
Yuvraj Singh also owns another lavish independent house in Sector 4, Panchkula, in close proximity to the Mansa Devi Complex. This house is where Singh’s Doli ceremony took place during his marriage to Hazel Keech in 2016.
Where is Yuvraj Singh’s house located?
Yuvraj Singh owns a lavish apartment in the Omkar 1973 project at Worli, Mumbai.
Which floor does Yuvraj Singh stay on?
Yuvraj Singh owns an entire floor, comprising two apartments on the 29th floor of his tower at Omkar 1973, in Mumbai.
How much is Yuvraj Singh’s apartment worth?
Yuvraj Singh’s Mumbai house is estimated to be worth Rs 64 crores.
When did Yuvraj Singh buy property in Mumbai?
Yuvraj Singh purchased his Mumbai property in 2013.
How much area does Yuvraj Singh’s Mumbai house cover?
Yuvraj Singh’s Mumbai house covers a sprawling 16,000 sq ft.
Where does Yuvraj Singh own property?
Apart from his apartment in Mumbai, Yuvraj Singh owns houses in Gurgaon and Panchkula, along with a lavish 5 BHK penthouse in south Delhi’s Chattarpur.
(Images sourced from Yuvraj Singh and Hazel Keech’s Instagram accounts)
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