Sachin Tendulkar and Anjali Tendulkar's Bandra Mansion is very beautiful, click here to know the price!
Sachin Tendulkar is forever associated with the word 'Master Blaster' and is not only regarded as the 'Lord of Cricket' but is also worshiped as one. As Australian cricket commentator and former cricketer, Matthew Hayden once said, "I have seen God, he bats at No. 4 for India."
There was, is, and never will be anyone close to Sachin in the history of cricket. With each of his victories, he gave us the pride of rejoicing in the team's victory, and in his decades-long career, he gave us countless reasons to smile.
Just as Sachin Tendulkar is loved by millions of his fans, he is the reason for the smile of his wife Anjali Tendulkar, and their children Sara Tendulkar and Arjun Tendulkar. Sachin and Anjali tied the knot in 1995 and their first child Sara in 1997 and their son, Arjun was born two years later in 1999. After Sachin retired from international cricket, he is spending quality time with his family in Bandra, a suburb of Mumbai.
This house is on Perry Cross Road, which was bought by Sachin Tendulkar in 2007 for Rs 39 crore. Tendulkar's sprawling mansion was built in 1926 and was originally known as 'Dorab Villa'. Spread over 6,000 square feet, the Tendulkar family came into full force in 2011 after four years of renovations. Sachin and Anjali's house has several floors, a terrace, and two basements. There is a marble floor with potted plants on each side of the entrance.
Then comes the luxurious living room in shades of white and gray. The bright cream-colored marble floor is decorated with a large leather chair, several ivory lamps, and all the awards of Sachin Tendulkar are neatly decorated in the room. The living room extends to the dining area with mahogany brown leather chairs and a teak wood dining table.
It seems that Sachin Tendulkar's favorite place in his house is the garden area, where he is often seen resting. The garden is lined with palm trees, a small pond, and tropical plants making it a perfect place to enjoy the Mumbai rains. The cane wood furniture set in the corner of this serene garden space allows the family to enjoy and spend quality time together.
Sachin Tendulkar's living room includes many beautiful yellows, green, and black elaborate artworks. This corner of Tendulkar's house is furnished with dazzling marble floors and Turkish carpets, modern wooden lamps, and plush sofas in terracotta. One of the washrooms in their home features gray ceramic tiles, high ceilings with wood paneling, and a Jacuzzi.
Their kitchen is any home chef's dream as it has a modern touch with bright orange cabinets, and granite counters in black and large windows that provide the perfect lighting for the spacious cooking area.
Apart from their spacious bungalow at Perry Cross Road, Sachin Tendulkar and Anjali Tendulkar also own an apartment in the luxurious Rustomjee Seasons in Mumbai's Bandra-Kurla Complex. Located close to where Sachin spent his early years, this 1,600 sq ft apartment cost the couple INR 7.15 crore in 2018 and is registered in Anjali's name. The apartment comes with a carpet area of 1,459.38 sq ft and two car parking. Designed by Singapore-based designer David Tai, Rustomjee Seasons showcases photos of apartments that give an inside tour of the 1,600-square-foot flat.