It appears that Aubameyang spared no expense in committing his 2020 future to the Gunners. The basement of the Gabon star’s residence features an extraordinary fitness centre. Aubameyang commissioned a pool, Jacuzzi, steam room, and sauna in addition to a gym. And if that weren’t enough, there is also an integrated bar and wine cellar. Upstairs, the opulent residence features seven bedrooms, a safe room, and “extensive entertaining and living spaces.” The property backs up to a vacant field, ensuring that Aubameyang, his wife Alysha, and their two sons, Pierre Jr., 4, and Curtys, 9, have unobstructed views.
The garage will be among the most prominent features of the new house. The ex-Borussia Dortmund star, who could be stripped of the Gunners captaincy following his most recent disciplinary infraction, is renowned for his impressive vehicle collection. His garage is currently worth approximately $3 million and contains a $2 million Ferrari LaFerrari, a $150,000 Range Rover Sport, and a $250,000 Aston Martin DB9 Volante 2. And to ensure their safety, Aubameyang has constructed an underground parking garage.
Even better, the parking lot is accessible via CAR-LIFT. According to the architects, Lees Munday, the residence was inspired by the Cotswold stone manor houses of Cider With Rosie country and the plain white rendered forms of contemporary New England houses in the United States. The description continues, “Our design combines the desire for a pitched roofed and columned silhouette that symbolises ‘home’.” “[It also adds] the growing trend for more modern features, in particular larger expanses of glass to provide more light and greater proximity to the garden and views.”
“The pillared two-story bays and double-height entrance facade make a stately impression from a private driveway approach. “[It] traverses four tiny landscaped ‘external rooms’, each containing a colossal antique cast iron urn. The leisure section in the basement features a luxurious pool, Jacuzzi, bar, sauna, steam room and fitness centre that opens onto a landscaped lightwell.