Inside Roger Federer’s Lavish Lakeside Swiss Mansion

Inside Roger Federer’s Lavish Lakeside Swiss Mansion

He’s done it again. All-time tennis superstar Roger Federer claimed his 20th Grand Slam title in Melbourne last night, defeating Marin Čilić in five sets.

At 36 years old, the Swiss national is sitting on some very healthy takings from his never-ending string of victories suggested to be around the $140 million AUD mark.

Back in 2008, almost ten years ago, Federer moved from his birthplace of Basel to Wollerau on the shores of the pristine Lake Zurich. It wasn’t until 2014, however, that he commissioned this $11.3 million glass waterfront mansion to be built for his family of six.

Boasting 500 square metres of living space, the state-of-the-art three-storey building – called ‘The Residence’ – sits on the sloping terrain of Schwyz county. Incredible scenes can be witnessed from behind the floor-to-ceiling windows and sweeping balconies that wrap around the property to give uninterrupted views out onto the lake.

Federer also had two luxury apartments constructed next to the main house, one for his parents and one presumably for any lucky guests.

If that wasn’t enough, the sporting heavyweight also owns an apartment (bigger than most houses, pictured below) in Dubai, as well as a lavish Swiss-style chalet in the Alps.