It’s everybody’s dream to own a house in a lifetime. There are several homes in the world which have so much to boast about it. Also, they are considered as the most expensive homes in the world. Along with being most expensive, they are the most beautiful too.
Here is the list of most expensive homes in the world!
1. BUCKINGHAM PALACE
PRICE: 1,560,000,000 $
DETAILS: It is the most expensive house in the UK. It has 770 rooms in total. The property consists of 19 staterooms, 188 staff bedrooms, 52 royal & guest bedrooms, 98 offices & 78 bathrooms. It is situated in the area of 77000 square meters.
FEATURES: It has the most famous balcony in the world. This is one of the most expensive homes in the world and it is the home of the queen of London. Every year, over 50000 people come to the palace as guests in various banquets, lunch, dinner, reception & royal garden parties. This palace also consists of private offices & apartments of The Duke of Edinburgh, The Duke of York, The Earl & Countess of Wessex, The Princess Royal & Princess Alexandra.
2. ANTILIA-MUMBAI, INDIA
PRICE: 1$ billion
OWNER: Mukesh Ambani
DETAILS: It has 27 floors consisting of 40000 square feet of the tower.
FEATURES: Mukesh Ambani’s 27-storey skyscraper is the most expensive house in India and one of the most expensive homes in the world. It features multi-storey garage which has space for 168 cars. There are 3 helipads, a swimming pool & a 2-storey health center. Also, it contains a ballroom, a garden, a temple, guest suites & a home theatre having 50 seats.
3. UPPER PHILLIMORE GARDENS-KENSINGTON, SOUTH WEST- LONDON
PRICE: 980$ million
OWNER: Ukranian businesswoman & philanthropist Elena Franchuk.
DETAILS: It is a 5 storeyed detached Victorian house.
FEATURES: The 5 floored home which is one of the most expensive homes in the world, features a gym, sauna & cinema. It has the abundance of natural light. There is also an impressive dining room & separate service kitchen. The master bedroom covers the entire second floor. 2 bathrooms & 2 dressing rooms make an ideal master floor. On the third floor, there are 3 bedrooms & 2 bathrooms & a utility area.
4. THE PINNACLE-MONTANA, US
PRICE: 944$ million
OWNER: Edra & Time Blixseth
DETAILS: The property consists of 123 rooms & covers 56000 square feet.
FEATURES: The Pinnacle is located up in the mountains. The rich amenities consist of heated flooring system throughout the house. In addition, it also contains a huge wine cellar, a gym, fireplaces in all the bathrooms, indoor & outdoor pool & a massage room. In addition, it also has 10 lavish bedrooms. Thus, it is one of the most expensive homes in the world.
5. MAISON DE L’AMITIE-PALM BEACH, FLORIDA
PRICE: 913$ million
OWNER: Fertilizer King
FEATURES: Identically, it is famous as friendship house. A Russian millionaire bought it for 95$ in 2008 by Donald Trump and thus, it got added to the list of most expensive homes in the world. The mansion contains a giant garage to accommodate 80 cars. The home is equipped with 30.5m long swimming pool & bulletproof windows. The luxurious mansion contains 18 bedrooms, 22 bathrooms & 3 guest cottages.
6. HALA RANCH-ASPEN, COLORADO
PRICE: 821$ million
OWNER: Hedge-fund billionaire John Paulson
FEATURES: Saudi Prince Bandar bin Sultan sold it. The property includes a main house with 15 bedrooms, 16 baths. Several side buildings, as well as water treatment plant, gas pumps & other high tech features, add to the beauty of one of the most expensive homes in the world.
7. VAUX LE VICOMTE-FRANCE
PRICE: 760$ million
OWNER: Former junk bond king Michael Milken
DETAILS: Situated on 5 acres of land in Holmby hills covering 45000 square foot property.
FEATURES: The list of most expensive homes also features a property in France that consists of 12 bedrooms & 15 bathrooms. It was built in 2002 having a 3000 square foot wine cellar with tasting room, 2-storey library, commercial kitchen, cutlery room & a spacious ballroom.
These are few of the most expensive homes in the world. These homes are a symbol of luxury and high stature.
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