Saif Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor Khan are the power couple of Bollywood. The Nawab of Pataudi and his wife, Bollywood superstar Kareena Kapoor Khan recently shifted from their old house in Fortune Heights to a new residence just across the street in Mumbai's Bandra neighborhood. The couple, who are preparing to welcome their second child, apparently, took the decision to better accommodate their growing family.
However, these two aren't the only residences own by the couple. We are all aware of Saif's ancestral home, the famous Pataudi Palace in Gurgaon. However, that's not all. The celebrity couple also has properties in Mumbai. They are owners of two bungalows in Mumbai.
Outside of India, Saif and Kareena own a chalet in Switzerland. The two love the landscape of the country and love to travel there whenever they are vacationing in Europe. They stay in the lavish chalet whenever they are in Switzerland.
Taimur Ali Khan, Saifeena's first child has a 1,000sqft estate—a little forest located in Maharashtra in his name. Nutritionist Rujuta Diwekar has gifted it to Taimur on his first birthday.
Let's talk about the aesthetic of Saif and Kareena's new adobe. Designed by interior architect Darshini Shah, who also designed their previous home, Saifeena's new home has four floors and enough space to accommodate their entire family.
The decor of the new place is quite similar to their old place. We see the same European-inspired architecture and decor which also reminds us of their ancestral palace in Pataudi which Saif has re-acquired from Neemrana Hotel. The white and brown set up of the house reflects elegance and beauty.
The bedroom features a sophisticated four-poster bed. To give the space a personal touch the couple has declared the corner with family photographs. A private terrace garden makes it a perfect den for a happy family.
The new home also has a nursery for the new baby, a swimming pool, a library for Saif, and lots of outdoor sitting arrangement.
Let's Talk About Pataudi Palace
Pataudi Palace is situated over the 10-acre property in Pataudi, Haryana. Saif bought the entire property back in exchange for a whopping Rs 800 crores. The palace has a total of 150 rooms, which include seven dressing rooms, seven bedrooms, and seven billiard rooms. Bollywood movie Veer-Zaara and a part of Saif's web-series Tandav was shot inside the palace.