For her new villa in Saint-Tropez, Hanouna wants above all a padel court

For her new villa in Saint-Tropez, Hanouna wants above all a padel court
For her new villa in Saint-Tropez, Hanouna wants above all a padel court

He likes big sports cars, luxurious properties and padel, this racket sport, cousin of squash and tennis. That’s good, in Saint-Tropez Cyril Hanouna will undoubtedly be able to unite his three passions. We knew the star host of Touche pas à mon poste on C8 as the owner of a vast residence in Boulogne-Billancourt or even an eagle’s nest villa overlooking Los Angeles which have been resold in the meantime. But he still has base locations in Cannes, New York, not to mention his main residence and recently a beautiful home on the heights of Saint-Tropez.

According to information from Var Matin, the TV man would have fallen for “a modern villa, Californian style with a large pool” located on the heights of the town, along a road which connects the village to one of the most beautiful beaches in the area. The property located on a comfortable plot of 5,000 m² overlooking the vineyards was acquired by the real estate company STVM formed last February for this acquisition and managed by Cyril Hanouna. On the price side, the sources who have looked into the matter cite prices of 8.5 to nearly 10 million euros.

No more than 60,000 euros

If the bill is not absolutely certain, what is certain is that “Baba” as his fans nickname him cannot imagine such a property without a padel court. Much more than a passing fad, the practice of this sport has been a recurring one for him for years, so much so that he ended up climbing into the national top 100 in the discipline and does not intend to stop there. . Moreover, its SCI hastened to submit a permit application on May 7 in order to launch the work as soon as possible. Considering the animator’s budget, this equipment should not burden his finances knowing that most specialized sites agree in estimating that the overall cost should not exceed 60,000 euros.

An operation all the more interesting as the land requires a fairly small surface area (for a pitch of 20 by 10 meters) and padel is among the sporting activities experiencing the strongest growth. An argument for bringing friends but also possibly tenants, or even enhancing your property for resale with rare and appreciated equipment. Very close to him, Cyril Hanouna counts among his neighbors the pastry chef Cyril Lignac who also opted for the heights of Saint-Tropez, and even his columnist, Bernard Montiel, owner of a villa in Gassin. Even Michel Sardou, who recently left Normandy for Bormes-les-Mimosas. Enough to consider a match of padel (knowing that real padel is only played in doubles, 2 against 2).

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