Tuesday, June 28, 2022

ONLY THE BEST Inside Alfie Best’s stunning car collection, it’s revealed as Britain’s richest gypsy buys the sleek £2.7million Bugatti Chiron

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This is a look inside Alfie Best’s stunning car collection, including his £2.7million Bugatti Chiron.

The successful businessman, 52, is known for his expensive taste and has owned a number of luxury engines and a few stylish helicopters over the years.

Alfie’s lavish acquisitions include a £1.2million limited edition six-wheel Mercedes G-Wagon pick-up truck and a £3.6million seven-seater helicopter.

Also in his driveway is a £2.7million Bugatti Chiron, a £2million Bugatti Veyron, a £275,000 Ferrari F8 Spider SA and a £350,000 Rolls-Royce Dawn.

And Alfie has just spent a staggering £4.5million on a helicopter designed by James Bond’s favorite car company, Aston Martin.

But life hasn’t always been so luxurious for the 450th richest person in Britain.

Born in a roadside caravan, the Roma gypsy left school at 12 to sell cars and earned £70 a week selling mobile phones while he slept badly.

Its core business, Wyldecrest Parks, has grown into the largest operator of residential parks in Europe with 450 employees.

Alfie’s company currently operates 97 locations from Inverness to Land’s End.

By the end of the year he will own 108 parks and next year if all goes according to plan he expects to be the world’s first gypsy billionaire.

The businessman has also expanded his empire to include nightclubs, bars, golf clubs, gin, cakes and upscale vacation rentals.

Alfie’s entrepreneurial success has seen him earn millions and he now enjoys a luxurious lifestyle as evidenced by his fleet of stunning cars.

He’s now worth £700million, according to the latest Sunday Times Rich List.

Aside from engines, the millionaire’s taste for luxury is also evident in his incredible collection of real estate.

Alfie owns an £8million townhouse in Hampstead, north London, an £8.5million mansion in Surrey and a £12million 360-acre farm in Hertfordshire.

Luxurious interior features include a £12,000 handcrafted Indonesian copper bath, a £110,000 sofa and a £45,000 dining table and chairs.

A kitchen refurbishment cost him £180,000 at his Hampstead home.

There’s also a New York apartment and 11 villas in Barbados that he rents out when he’s not vacationing there.

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