Inside Harry and Kate Kane’s glitzy life in ‘Germany’s Hollywood’ – from restaurant serving £450 caviar to glam WAG pals
IT’S been dubbed Bavaria’s Beverly Hills due to its luxurious mansions and high-end restaurants – and now it could be the new home of the Kane family.
Harry and Kate, who have just welcomed their fourth child Henry, have reportedly been scouting properties and schools in Grünwald, Munich, where mansions cost up to £18million.
Grünwald, which means “green forest”, is a picture-perfect spot with stunning forest walks, an exclusive golf course and plenty of lush restaurants nearby which offer caviar for £450 a pop.
It’s also a hotspot for some of Harry’s new teammates at Bayern Munich, after he completed a £104million move from Tottenham Hotspur earlier this month.
£10k per night hotel
While finding a new pad, Harry has been staying in Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski, which is one of Munich’s most prestigious and exclusive hotels.
The five-star resort, located in Maximillian Strasse, is popular with celebrities and footballers and costs £10,000 per night to stay in one of their suites.
It’s believed Kane’s suite has a separate living room, two bathrooms kitted out with plush Carrara marble, silk curtains, six televisions and a range of designer furniture.
The hotel has a luxury spa, three award-winning restaurants and a rooftop pool that boasts views of Munich.
Located 7.5 miles (12km) southwest of central Munich, Grünwald is a popular spot for Bayern players due to being just a 15-minute drive from the club’s training ground.
The secluded and sleepy town, known as the “Bavarian Hollywood”, is Germany’s wealthiest municipality and unsurprisingly comes with a hefty price tag to live.
It’s claimed that Bayern has already found a place for the Kanes – should they choose to live there – and local estate agents have revealed what they may go for.
A source told MailOnline: “Grünwald is the Bavarian Beverly Hills. It’s the home of the rich and famous and offers the very best in luxury mansions.
“I can assure you that the Kane family will be in one of them and will enjoy their new life here.”
The source believed the family would move into a 12-bed home, which had both indoor and outdoor swimming pools, a wine cellar, a home cinema and a wellness area.
But should that not fit the bill, there are numerous high-end properties for the Kane family to consider.
At the top end is the Meleven development, which is described as “an art lover’s home” online and listed for a whopping £18million.
The eight-bedroom mansion has its own “small sandy beach”, breathtaking views of the bay Liscia di Vacca and stunning interiors including floor-to-ceiling glass.
There’s also the luxury home of ex-Bayern defender Jerome Boateng, which boasts 10 bedrooms, a heated swimming pool and a well-stocked wine cave.
According to Bild, the property is on the market for £10million – despite being bought for £6.4million back in 2016.
Another among the current listings is a £7.6million Bauhaus villa, which has a home cinema, sauna, jacuzzi and sprawling gardens.
There’s also a six-bed villa, which is on the market for £5.5million and has features including open fireplaces, an indoor pool, sauna and spa.
£450 caviar & pick ‘n’ mix sushi
The area has a wealth of trendy restaurants and workers say they are loved by current and former Bayern stars.
They include Chang, a Michelin guide-listed Asian restaurant, which offers pick ‘n’ mix style sushi for £100, caviar for £450 and ribeye steak for £40.
Another Bayern star hotspot is H’ugo’s, which specialises in truffle pizza and pasta.
But should Kane fancy more traditional Bavarian meals – including pork knuckle and schnitzel – it can be found at Alter Wirt and Forsthaus Wornbrunn.
MailOnline reported that the average price of a meal is £50 per person, a litre of beer costs nearly £10 and snacks are close to £10.
Aside from upmarket restaurants, Grünwald is but a short distance away from the celebrations for Oktoberfest, which take place in central Munich.
The 16-day festival brings in more than six million visitors to the city every year including an array of Bayern stars.
In recent years, the team has donned traditional Lederhosen alongside their wives and girlfriend to lap up the Bavarian spirit.
Grünwald is home to 11,000 people and among them are a number of former and current Bayern players and their glamorous other halves.
Among the current squad living there are Alphonso Davies, Matthijs de Ligt, Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting, Benjamin Pavard and Leroy Sane.
And Harry’s wife could very easily find herself a new group of WAG pals including Anika Bissel, 22, who is a professional handball player.
She’s the partner of Bayern goalkeeper Manuel Peter Neuer and could bond with personal trainer Kate through their love of sports.
There’s also Leroy Sane’s wife Candice Brook, a US model, TV personality and singer, and Mathea Fischer, the partner of Leon Goretzka.
Additionally, she could befriend Lisa Muller, who has been married to Thomas for 12 years and loves horses.
Should Kate fancy a bit of TLC, she will be able to pamper herself at the local Bel Hair and Spa.
It’s a popular Bayern WAGs spot, where a wash, cut and blow dry costs £50 and a range of beauty treatments start at £300.
And for Harry, when he’s not training or enjoying the area’s breathtaking walks, there’s also the exclusive Munchener Golf Club.
£975-per week schools
There are plenty of International schools for the Kanes to choose from for their new little one, including the International Preschool Munich, which has fees of up to £975 per week.
The Bavarian International School in Munich-Schwabing describes itself as the “school of the future, today”.
The website continues: “Top international teachers there make learning fun and joyful for the 250 children from over 30 nations.”
There’s also the Munich International School, which would set them back £7,500 a year.
And should Harry’s children wish to follow in his footsteps by playing football, German legend Lothar Matthaus coaches the youth teams at local club TSV Grünwald.
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