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Futuristic mansion built for Naomi Campbell in Russia by ex-lover ‘on the market for £78million’

Inside Naomi Campbell’s Russian love nest: Futuristic £109m mansion built in a Moscow forest by the supermodel’s ex-lover before they split ‘goes on the market for a cut-price £78m’

  • Vladislav Doronin is thought to have been trying to sell the property since 2016 
  • Original design was scribbled on a napkin during the pair’s four-year relationship
  • The architect of the 35,520 square foot home was Iraqi-British Zaha Hadid

Naomi Campbell and Vladislav Doronin were dating between 2008 and 2012

A futuristic mansion that was built for Naomi Campbell in a Russian forest has been put on the market at a reduced £78million by her ex-lover Vladislav Doronin, according to reports.

The house, which comes complete with its own nightclub, was built in an elite suburb of Moscow.

The original design was scribbled on the back of a napkin during the pair’s four-year relationship and is thought to have been intended as Doronin’s wedding present for the supermodel before they later broke up.

The outlandish Russian love-nest dacha cost £109million to build and was originally offered to buyers for a ‘sky-high’ £117million, according to the local media outlets.

Some sources say billionaire Doronin, 57, has been unsuccessfully trying to sell the property since 2016, which is why the price has now been reduced.

The architect of the 35,520 square foot home was Iraqi-British Zaha Hadid. 

The futuristic mansion, which comes complete with its own nightclub, was built in an elite suburb of Moscow

The futuristic mansion, which comes complete with its own nightclub, was built in an elite suburb of Moscow

The outlandish Russian love-nest dacha was originally offered to buyers for a 'sky-high' £117million, according to the local media outlets

The outlandish Russian love-nest dacha was originally offered to buyers for a ‘sky-high’ £117million, according to the local media outlets

The original design was scribbled on a napkin during the pair's four-year relationship and is thought to have been intended as Doronin's wedding present for the supermodel

The original design was scribbled on a napkin during the pair’s four-year relationship and is thought to have been intended as Doronin’s wedding present for the supermodel

Much of the house is sunk underground but the tower, which is 115 ft above ground and offers a view over the trees, boasts a bedroom and en-suite bathroom.

‘The house has its own spa, a 20-metre swimming pool, a sports hall, a night club and a Japanese garden,’ reported Russian Hello.

The couple were dating between 2008 and 2012 when Campbell, now 49, was frequently seen in the Russian capital.   

The tower, which is 115 ft above ground and offers a view over the trees, boasts a bedroom (pictured) and en-suite bathroom

The tower, which is 115 ft above ground and offers a view over the trees, boasts a bedroom (pictured) and en-suite bathroom

The property also boasts its own spa, swimming pool, sports hall, night club and Japanese garden. Pictured: One of the reception rooms

The property also boasts its own spa, swimming pool, sports hall, night club and Japanese garden. Pictured: One of the reception rooms

Some sources say billionaire Doronin has been unsuccessfully trying to sell the property since 2016, which is why the price has now been reduced. Pictured: One of the staircases in the property

Some sources say billionaire Doronin has been unsuccessfully trying to sell the property since 2016, which is why the price has now been reduced. Pictured: One of the staircases in the property

Doronin told how he met the architect and told her: ‘I want to wake up in the morning and just see blue sky.

‘I don’t want to see any neighbours. I just want to be free.’

She told him he would need to be above the trees and immediately scribbled her design on a restaurant napkin.

Since 2014 Doronin has been with model Kristina Romanova, 25, with whom he shares two daughters.    

The architect of the 35,520 square foot home was Iraqi-British Zaha Hadid, who orchestrated much of the house being sunk underground. Pictured: Blueprint design

The architect of the 35,520 square foot home was Iraqi-British Zaha Hadid, who orchestrated much of the house being sunk underground. Pictured: Blueprint design

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