Virat Kohli

List Of Houses Owned By Virat Kohli

Apart from his cricketing achievements, Virat Kohli’s fans also keep a track of his off-field records – his rising Instagram followers, brand endorsements, and his million-dollar property investments.

An apartment in Mumbai, a bungalow in Delhi, and a farmhouse in Alibaug – over the years, it seems like Virat Kohli and his wife Anushka Sharma have gotten really interested in accumulating properties for themselves.

Both highly successful professionals and amongst the highest-paid artists in their fields, Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma recently were in news for securing a massive villa in Alibaug, near Mumbai, for INR 6 crore.

According to reports, he bought a 2,000 sq ft villa in Avas Living – a luxury bungalow project in Awas Village, Alibaug. This is the couple’s second property in Alibaug.

Virat Kohli, Anushka Sharma
Virat Kohli, Anushka Sharma. Image-Twitter

Here are some of the known properties of Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma:

Luxurious apartment in Mumbai

The power couple owns a luxurious apartment on the 35th floor in Tower C of the three-tower complex Omkar in Mumbai’s Worli. This resident of Kohli and Anushka, which is sea-facing, cost them approx INR 34  crore.

Farmhouse in Alibaug

Before their latest purchase in Alibaug, they had one property in the village already and a much more expensive one. Alibaugh is where most of the B-town celebrities own a farmhouse or a holiday home; a few years ago, Kohli and Anuska shelled out INR 20 crore for a lavish farmhouse here.

Bungalow In Gurugram

Back in his hometown, Gurugram, Virat Kohli owns an opulent bungalow which is known to be the best among all his homes in terms of interior design. It is spread across 10,000 sq ft. The bungalow is worth INR 80 crores, and it is also reported that family members of the cricketer and his wife often visit the place to spend some quality time together.

Meanwhile, Virat Kohli is currently participating in the Border-Gavaskar Trophy series against Australia, which India lead by 2-1. India won the Nagpur and Delhi Tests before the visitors bounced back to claim a 9-wicket win in Indore and seal their spot in the WTC final.

Kohli’s bat has been rather quiet in this series: 111 runs in 5 innings at an average of 22 with a best of 44. The 34-year-old is going through a lean patch in his Test career: since January 2021, Virat Kohli averages only 26 with 5 fifties in 20 Test matches (35 innings) and his last Test century came in November 2019.