Besides Barcelona, the captain owns houses in Rosario, Miami, Milano and Hua Hin (Thailand).
Leo Messi's amazing house is located in Castelldefels, a suburban town just outside Barcelona. The distance between the captain's house and Camp Nou is about 20 km.
As per reports, it cost Messi $2.1m to buy the house and the family spent an extra $7m to turn it into the masterpiece it is today. It's also said that the pricing on the houses in this area have increased since the Argentine moved in, with $5m being the lowest price you can hope to get a roof over your head for.
Leo's house looks very luxurious on the outside. Besides the exquisite architecture, the 33-year-old can enjoy the dining area in the garden, the swimming pool, as well as a small football pitch. The house has a terrace with on the outside, which includes a barbecue area. There's also a playground for the three little Messis.
Outside of Leo's house
Messi and his dog on the pitch
The Messis outside the house
The house on Google maps
There aren't too many photos from the inside of Messi's house for obvious reasons, but we can get a tease from the family pictures he and his wife, Antonella, sometimes share on the social media.
The interior is decorated in what's been described as the Mediterranean style, with a dark brown and beige colour scheme. The house has light walls and wooden floors, with the Barcelona player reportedly preferring pastel colours. The sofas in the house are mostly dark grey and brown.
Leo and his sons
Messi sleeping on the giant sofa
Not Messi's house
There have been numerous reports about the Barca star owning a 'roundhouse' that resembles a football.
However, it's not true, with Leo's father denying the reports in the past. The images are completely fake. The house model was apparently designed by an architectural engineer with the intent that Leo would like it. The project never came into fruition.