Jeff Bezos splurges $90 MILLION on a THIRD mansion on Florida’s exclusive Indian Creek Island – as his total investment on the ‘Billionaire Bunker’ soars to $237 MILLION

Jeff Bezos recently spent $90 million on a third mansion on Florida’s exclusive Indian Creek Island, bringing his total investment in the area known as the ‘Billionaire Bunker’ to $237 million.

The Amazon founder, who was recently ranked by Forbes as the third richest billionaire in the world, agreed to pay $90 million for a six-bedroom home in the exclusive Indian Creek Village near Miami, as reported by Bloomberg.

This latest purchase comes after Bezos acquired two mansions on the ultra-exclusive island last year, one for $68 million in June and the other for $79 million in October.

Photos obtained exclusively by DailyMail.com show that the waterfront property on the strictly gated island features a large front lawn and an outdoor swimming pool.

The third mansion in his portfolio on Indian Creek Island last sold in 1998 for $2.5 million, according to property records.

Jeff Bezos recently spent $90 million on a third mansion on Florida’s exclusive Indian Creek Island, bringing his total investment in the area known as the ‘Billionaire Bunker’ to $237 million.

Photos exclusively obtained by DailyMail.com show the waterfront property on the strictly gated island features a large front lawn and an outdoor swimming pool

Photos exclusively obtained by DailyMail.com show the waterfront property on the strictly gated island features a large front lawn and an outdoor swimming pool

Bezos has been expanding his real estate portfolio since his engagement to Lauren Sanchez last year

Bezos has been expanding his real estate portfolio since his engagement to Lauren Sanchez last year

Bezos’ new home is adjacent to the extravagant mansions of real estate developer Jeff Soffer and NFL legend Tom Brady and spans a spacious 12,135 square feet.

The six-bedroom mansion is on the opposite side of the island from the two adjacent homes he bought last year for almost $150 million.

The Amazon magnate plans to live in the house he recently bought in an off-market transaction while he demolishes the two mansions, according to Bloomberg.

Bezos has been expanding his real estate portfolio since his engagement to Lauren Sanchez last year.

The first mansion he bought was a modest three-bedroom property on the man-made barrier island, built in 1965.

Adjacent to the extravagant mansions of real estate developer Jeff Soffer and NFL legend Tom Brady, Bezos' new home spans a spacious 12,135 square feet.

Adjacent to the extravagant mansions of real estate developer Jeff Soffer and NFL legend Tom Brady, Bezos’ new home spans a spacious 12,135 square feet.

Bezos bought a three-bedroom property on Indian Creek for $68 million in June

The Amazon founder also bought his neighbor's mansion for $79 million in October

The six-bedroom mansion is on the opposite side of the island from the two adjacent homes (pictured left and right) he bought last year for almost $150 million

The Amazon tycoon plans to live in the house he recently bought in an off-market transaction while he demolishes the two mansions, according to Bloomberg

The Amazon magnate plans to live in the house he recently bought in an off-market transaction while he demolishes the two mansions, according to Bloomberg

The Amazon founder, who was recently ranked by Forbes as the world's third-richest billionaire, agreed to pay $90 million for a six-bedroom home in the exclusive Indian Creek Village near Miami.

The Amazon founder, who was recently ranked by Forbes as the world’s third-richest billionaire, agreed to pay $90 million for a six-bedroom home in the exclusive Indian Creek Village near Miami.

It was previously owned by a company with ties to Panama called MTM Star International, which acquired it for $1.4 million in 1982.

Bezos then bought his neighbor’s mansion for $79 million in October last year, which extends over 19,064 square meters and includes seven bedrooms.

Miami’s Indian Creek Island, overlooking Biscayne Bay, is known as the ‘Billionaire Bunker’ thanks to its mega-wealthy residents, who are a mix of celebrities and business magnates.

The island is only accessible via a single, guarded bridge and is protected by a private police force that patrols the community 24 hours a day on foot, by air and by land.

Residents have access to an exclusive country club and a private 18-hole golf course, while Miami’s South Beach is just eight miles away.

With an average home price of $29.5 million and approximately 40 residents, Indian Creek is branded as “the most exclusive community in the world.”

Miami's Indian Creek Island, overlooking Biscayne Bay, is known as the 'Billionaire Bunker' thanks to its mega-wealthy residents, who are a mix of celebrities and business magnates

Miami’s Indian Creek Island, overlooking Biscayne Bay, is known as the ‘Billionaire Bunker’ thanks to its mega-rich residents, who are a mix of celebrities and business magnates

Bezos owns several properties on Indian Creek Island, alongside retired NFL star Tom Brady and former first daughter Ivanka Trump

Bezos owns several properties on Indian Creek Island, alongside retired NFL star Tom Brady and former first daughter Ivanka Trump

The private residential enclave has been a magnet for billionaires, celebrities and power couples thanks to its privacy and security

The private residential enclave has been a magnet for billionaires, celebrities and power couples thanks to its privacy and security

The area has previously attracted the likes of Jay-Z and Beyoncé, as well as current resident investor Carl Icahn and Jared Kushner.

Kushner and former first daughter Ivanka Trump bought their home in April 2021 for $24 million and spent more than two years renovating it.

Carl Icahn reportedly bought his mansion in 1997 for $7.5 million, while Colombian banker Jaime Gilinski collected five properties to build an estate for his family.

Football star Tom Brady and his supermodel, now ex-wife Gisele Bündchen, also built an “eco-mansion” in the community before their divorce.

Despite their split, the former power couple live just a stone’s throw away from each other.

The deal was rumored to be one of the most expensive real estate transactions in Manhattan that year

Above you can see an interior shot of the apartment

The first deal from 2019 was one of the most expensive real estate transactions in Manhattan that year. Shown above are two interior shots of the terraced apartments

Bezos bought several apartments along Fifth Avenue in New York to turn them into a mega mansion for a sum of $120 million

Bezos bought several apartments along Fifth Avenue in New York to turn them into a mega mansion for a sum of $120 million

The latest purchase only adds to Bezos’ impressive portfolio worth over $600 million, spread across New York, Washington DC, Beverly Hills and West Texas, among others.

In 2022, the billionaire added a 40-acre private estate in Hawaii, surrounded by dormant lava fields, to his collection.

The three-building estate, located on picturesque La Perouse Bay on Valley Isle in Maui, Hawaii, cost the ex-Amazon an estimated $78 million.

The year before, he added a luxurious Manhattan apartment to the string of properties he already owned on New York City’s chic Fifth Avenue.

The businessman bought five properties in three years to turn them into a de facto mega villa.

While in 2016, Bezos dropped a whopping $23 million on a former textile museum in Washington, DC’s exclusive Kalorama neighborhood.

He also purchased a $5 million property across the street, which many speculated was for privacy reasons as it had a direct line of sight to the former museum property.