About Real Estate ex-prime minister, now opposition leader Yulia Tymoshenko is legendary, which grows in square meters and brick fences.
First and foremost it is worth remembering family settlements Tymoshenko. The scandalous mansion, where the family moved Tymoshenko in 2006, is located on the bank of the Dnieper in the elite cottage Silver inflow in the Koncha Zaspa. A two-storey house with total area of 450 square meters allegedly Lady Yu was not buying, and renting. It later emerged that the owner of the home and surrounding area on the documents is a cousin Tymoshenko Tatyana Sharapova.
Later, my name Timoshenko annexed land, and the total area of land holdings Tymoshenko was 55-60 hectare.
Not far from the mother huddle daughter Eugenia Tymoshenko Overseas husband, rock singer Shaun-Kar. Their own house is in a cottage settlement Concha Ozernaya. The mansion is the total area of 300-350 square meters on the official version was presented to her aunt Eugenia Tymoshenko Antonina Ulyahinoy, whose name is associated with a party of Fatherland.
In Dnipropetrovsk, Tymoshenko is in a white four-story house on the street Barvinkivskoy, so 'mother Tymoshenko. In the documents means that this house was built in the time were directed, bought a former slave Tymoshenko corporation Turks Erzhdument Aksoy.
At the next station in 2007 one more member of the clan Tmoshenko built himself a three-storey house - it lives cousin Tatyana Timoshenko Sharopova, daughter of Antonina Ulyahinoy.
And last year near the start of construction of these homes - there appeared a new mansion. While not know for certain who they will live. But no doubts that he too belongs to Tymoshenko.
In addition, Tymoshenko is actually the owner of a huge building in the center of Dnepropetrovsk in Lenin Square. Although the documents are drawn up smartly, and Tymoshenko in them is not the actual owner.
But this is not the whole visible-invisible property, which belongs to Tymoshenko.
In the declared income means that the Yulia Tymoshenko does not have its own property.