THE Prime Minister of Spain lives in a house worth €156 million, a Spanish property consultant has revealed.
And that’s without taking into account the historical value of the eight-bedroom, nine bedroom pad.
The 200 square metre Moncloa Palace also has eight meeting rooms, three dressing rooms and extra buildings connected by underground bunkers.
Nuroa.es calculated its worth thanks to the the €2,700 per square metre neighbourhood.
The presidential residence has seen changes with each president: while Adolfo Suarez built a tennis court, Felipe Gonzalez installed a garden, Aznar built a padel court, and Zapatero repainted completely.
Rajoy’s changes have been minimal in comparison.
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