Wondering which are the World’s Most Expensive Homes?
If you roll in money for sure you will have some expensive watches or a super car but what actually will improve your social status and will show how rich you are is a big, expensive property. Following I will present you a top of the world’s most expensive homes.
UPDATE: This ranking is outdated. We put together this Top 10 Most Expensive Homes in the World which has been updated to include both the latest and correct information!
World’s Most Expensive Homes:
5. Hearst Mansion, USA ->$165 million
This house is was owned until recently by the businessman William Randolph Hearst, it has 29 bedrooms, 3 swimming pools, a club and a movie theater. Here was filmed a sequence form the movie “The Godfather” and also the president JFK had spent his honeymoon in the mansion.
4. Fairfield Pond, USA ->$170 million
This is considered the largest residential complex in all America and is the property of Ira Leon Rennert. Stretched over 25 acres it has 29 bedrooms, 39 baths, and a living room measuring almost 28 meters, 5 sports courts, a bowling alley and a hot tub that comes with a price tag of $150,000.
3. The Penthouse, UK ->$200 million
On the roof of a tower with 82 apartments in the residential district of London, the famous Number One Hyde Park is the most expensive apartment in the world, 23,500 euros per square meter. The residents of this apartment are kept safe by the SAS, also the apartment security cameras, bulletproof windows and even a secret tunnel to the nearby Mandarin Hotel. It has spa centers squash courts and wine tasting rooms.
2. Villa Leopolda, France ->$506million
This villa on the French Riviera was built in 1902 by King Leopold II of Belgium , now it belongs to the Safra family, originally bought by banker Edmond Safra. The villa has 11 bedrooms and 14 bathrooms sports courts, bowling alley, multiple kitchens and dining rooms and a cinema. The total size of the field is shocking, with guest houses, several pools and gardens that require more than 50 full-time gardeners to keep the spacious “backyard” well-maintained.
1. Antilla, India ->$1 billion
This tower with 27 floors and a living area of over 37,000 square meters is located in Mumbai, India and it is the residence of Mukesh Ambani, the fifth richest man of the planet. This house looks more like a hotel or a tower block, the building is 570 feet high and has 400,000 square meters of interior space. This house has 9 lifts with a gym and lounge on each floor, outdoor and indoor bar, a green rooms for the 600 people from the staff. This building makes any other to look like a miniature house, both financially and in build and will probably remain number one for a long time.