Step inside Ratan Tata’s luxurious Mumbai bungalow with infinity pool, barbeque zone, 15 parking spots, worth Rs…



Former Tata Sons Chairman Ratan Tata has been the talk of the business world for many years now but he has always kept his private life under wraps, choosing to live a quiet and comfortable life for several years after his retirement. While Ratan Tata prefers to live a modest lifestyle, his retirement home in Mumbai’s Colaba is nothing short of the best that money can buy. Step inside Ratan Tata’s luxurious Mumbai home.

Ratan Tata’s Mumbai home is located in Colaba which is one of the poshest and most expensive areas in Mumbai. The Colaba mansion of Ratan Tata is named Cabins and it is where he lives after retiring from the Tata Group. The sea-facing Mumbai home of Ratan Tata is termed one of the most elegant mansions in Colaba.

Ratan Tata stepped down as the chairman of Tata Sons in 2012 and since then, has moved into the luxurious Colaba home to enjoy his retirement. According to brokerage firms, Tata’s home is worth over Rs 150 crore as of 2023.

Ratan Tata’s retirement home is spread over a massive 13,000 sq ft area and has three stories, divided into seven levels. The massive mansion has four bedrooms and several amenities like a private gymnasium, an infinity pool on the roof, and a lavish pooja room.

Ratan Tata lives in his Colaba home after retirement, which he calls ‘Cabins’. The luxury house has a variety of luxury features including an infinity pool on the roof and a sea-facing view. It also has a private gymnasium, four white and serene bedrooms, and meeting areas.

The airy sun deck of Ratan Tata’s house can hold as many as 50 people at once, and the basement car parking can accommodate over 15 cars. The top floor of the house has an infinity pool, a spacious bar, and a barbeque zone.

Apart from this, the home of the former Tata Sons chairman also has a state-of-the-art media room, a library, and a gym, with high-tech equipment. Ratan Tata has been residing in this house for several years now but chooses to stay away from social media, sharing little about his private life.

Courtesy/Source: DNA / PTI