Celebrities are known for their expensive tastes when it comes to acquiring properties. Most of the celebrities like something eye-catching, something that will catch the attention of the public.
Although in the case of Lionel, it's quite different because the reason why airplanes are not allowed to fly over the house isn't because of his influence or popularity.
The FC Barcelona star's home is in Gava, a suburb on the outside of Barcelona, where a climate restriction prevents airplane from flying over his house. No airplanes are allowed to fly over Leo Messi's home since his house is too close and can be very dangerous.
Messi's residence is a cylinder structure with three levels of apartments, wooden balconies, hexagonal sections, a big pool, a green-roofed parking, a half-grass and solar glass rooftop.
El-Prat, Barcelona's main airport is around 10 km away from Gava. "The extension of Barcelona airport is not feasible because airlines are not authorized to fly across Lionel Messi's residence," says Javier Sanchez-Prieto, head of the Spanish aircraft.
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