Feb. 16 (Bloomberg) -- Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich, who fell two places to No. 5 on Finans magazine’s annual rich list, owns seven homes in the U.K., three in France and two in the U.S., he has disclosed.
The Chelsea Football Club owner has 16 houses and apartments in all, as well as seven cars and shares in seven companies, according to the billionaire’s income declaration for regional elections in the Chukotka region across the Bering Strait from Alaska.
Abramovich’s fortune was little changed last year at about $17.1 billion, Finans reported this week.
Abramovich, 44, owns six apartments in the U.K. ranging in size from 35 square meters (377 square feet) to 481 square meters as well as a 200-square-meter house. In France, his three properties cover an area of almost 1,900 square meters and in the U.S., he has homes of 520 square meters and 1,330 square meters.
The billionaire has residences in Cap D’Antibes on the French Riviera, on the Caribbean island of Saint-Barthelemy, which is part of France, and in Aspen, Colorado. In Russia, he has three properties including one in the Chukotka capital Anadyr and two outside Moscow.
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