Inside Jeff Bezos’s $600MILLION globe-spanning property empire as Amazon founder snaps up 14-acre Hawaii paradise plot

JEFF Bezos's globe-spanning property empire has soared to $600 million after the Amazon founder snapped up a 14-acre paradise plot in Hawaii.

The billionaire, 57,whose net worth is estimated to be $203billion added to his real estate portfolio a three-building estate located on La Perouse Bay in Maui.

The isolated oceanfront estate which is reportedly surrounded by dormant lava fields cost a staggering $78 million.

Bezos purchased the property from Colorado-based Lochland Holdings LLC, which is owned by the Schatz family, the New York Post reported.

The main property is 4,450 square feet and has three bedrooms and three bathrooms. 

The second building is a 1,839 square feet two-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bathroom guesthouse while the thing building has 1,815 square feet of space with three bedrooms and one bathroom.

 And despite the locals' worries, sources told the outlet he is on the lookout for a four-bedroom penthouse in Montage Kapalua Bay for his parents.

Bezos and his girlfriend, Lauren Sanchez,who were spotted welcoming the New Year at a party in St Barts, have reportedly donated to a number of charities in Maui, in a bid to support the local community.

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The Amazon boss, who is on track to becoming the world's first trillionaire, owns a staggering amount of property in various places including New York City, California, Texas, and Washington.

Bezos who started Amazon from his Seattle basement in 1994 has fourteen properties he has acquired over the years.

Shortly after announcing his divorce in 2019, Bezos purchased three apartments for $80million at Fifth Avenue in New York.

Comprising the Penthouse flat and three floors below, the property boasts 15 bedrooms, 14 bathrooms, a cinema room, games room, a fully equipped gym and a golf simulator.

Bezos had also bought three condos in an art deco Manhattan building for $7.6million back in 1999.

In 2020 the billionaire splashed on a $165million mansion in Los Angeles, that belonged to movie mogul David Geffen.

The property, spread over eight acres, has a 13,600-square-foot mansion, two guesthouses, a pool, includes a nine-hole golf course and a tennis court.

The mansion was built in 1926 for Jack Warner, the founder of Warner Bros. Studios, and was the scene of legendary Hollywood parties, with guests including Marilyn Monroe, James Stewart, Olivia de Havilland and Howard Hughes.

The Georgian-style home has eight bedrooms and nine bathrooms and includes a floor that was once owned by Napoleon.

Bezos has other properties in Beverly Hills after in 2007 he spent $24million on a seven-bedroom Spanish-style mansion.

Ten years later he bought the four-bedroom, 4,568-square-foot home next door for $13million.

The billionaire's home base is in Washington DC, where he bought a converted textile museum in 2016, for $23million.

Bezos also bought the four-bedroom detached home across the street for a modest $5million in January 2020.

The mogul also owns a 300,000-acre ranch, in Van Horn, Texas, which boasts a huge mansion and a bunkhouse.

The property includes the base for his private space company, Blue Origin, where test flights for his space tourism craft New Shepard began in 2006.

Bezos has two properties in popular waterfront Medina city, near Seattle.

He reportedly paid$10million for a 20,600-square-foot, five-bedroom, four-bathroom house back in 1998.

He also owns an adjacent home, which has five bedrooms and four bathrooms, rumoured to have cost $53million.

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