Most expensive homes world wide

Property prices are going up in the market. Out of that 10 most expensive homes worldwide are owned by billionaires. Their price is not less than $ 100 million. These billionaire homes are architectural expressions born out of profligacy and for self-love. Their luxuriant and rarity not only inspire common people towards riches but also provide opportunities for experimentation, with some of the most expensive and uncommon technological innovation.


  • Antilia, Mumbai, India, owned by Mukesh Ambani
    Antilia mumbai
    The net worth of the house is $ 23.9 billion. The twenty-seven story, 4 lakhs square foot skyscraper residence, named by the name mythical island in the Atlantic, which is having six underground levels of parking, three helicopter pads, as well as ‘health’ level which requires approximately 600 staff people. It is the world’s most expensive house all over the world.


  • Villa Leopolda, Villefranche-sur-mer, France
    Owner: Lily Safra, net worth $1.3 billion
    Purchase Price: 500 million euro ($750 million at the time) in the year 2008

    Villa Leopolda
    King Leopold II is having waterside homes for his many mistresses. This 20-acre estate was valued at 500 million euros in 2008 when Russian billionaire Mikhail Prokhorov did efforts to buy it. At last, he pulled out of the deal, forfeiting a 50 million euro deposit.


  • Fair Field, Sagaponack, N.Y. USA
    Owner: Ira Rennert, net worth $6 billion
    Property value: about $248.5 million, as per to 2014 tentative tax assessment

    Fair Field, Sagaponack
    The industrial billionaire’s is having a 29-bedroom, 39-bath Hamptons compound which is totally unique, three swimming pools, as well as its own power plant on-premises.


  • Kensington Palace Gardens, London, U.K.
    Owner: Lakshmi Mittal, net worth $16.6 billion
    Purchase Price: £117 million ($222 million at the time) in 2008

    Kensington Palace Gardens
    The steel magnate is having three homes on the high-security street known as Billionaires Row, including a neo-Georgian mansion near the Israeli embassy. The home got rumored that have been purchased for Mittal’s son, was sold by hedge fund billionaire Noam Gottesman. It is available for sale.


  • One Hyde Park, London, U.K.
    Owner: Rinat Ahkmetov, net worth $11.8 billion
    Sale Price: $221 million in 2011

    One Hyde Park
    This is the world’s most expensive apartment, which is in posh Knightsbridge, was bought by Ukraine’s richest man. It is having 25,000-square feet, bulletproof glass, and 24-hour hotel concierge service.


  • Ellison Estate, Woodside, California
    Owner: Larry Ellison, net worth $51.4 billion
    Value: estimated $200 million to construct

    Ellison Estate Woodside
    The Oracle founder, the world’s most eager collector of real estate, built his house in a 23-acre, Japanese-style estate in 2004 with 10 buildings, a man-made lake, a tea house, a bath house plus a koi pond. The property was having worth  $73.2 million in 2013.


  • Kensington Palace Gardens, London, U.K.
    Owner: Roman Abramovich, net worth $9.4 billion
    Purchase Price: £90 million (about $140 million) in 2011 

    Kensington Palace Gardens
    The Russsian tycoon owns several huge London estates, including a Billionaires’ Row mansion. Includes a tennis court, health center, and the auto museum was approved by the city. Not only this he owns a French Riviera chateau and in 2009 spent a record $90 million on a 70-acre estate on St. Bart’s.


  • Xanadu 2.0, Seattle, Washington, USA
    Owner: Bill Gates, net worth $77.5 billion
    Market Value: $120.5C million, 2014 tax assessment

    The high-tech Lake Washington complex owned by the world’s richest man boasts a pool with an underwater music system, a 2,500- square foot gym, and a library with a domed reading room.


  • Copper Beech Farm, Greenwich, Connecticut, USA
    Owner: Unknown
    Sale Price: $120 million in April 2014

    Copper Beech Farm
    The property was marked for $190 million in May 2013, dropped to $140 million in September 2013 before selling in April 2014. Copper Beech Farm boasts a 13,519-square-foot main house with 12 bedrooms, seven full baths, and two half baths, and a wood-paneled library. Plus selling points: a solarium, a wine cellar, as well as a three-story-high, wood-paneled foyer. It was previously owned by timber tycoon John Rudey.


  • Mountain Home Road, Woodside, California, USA
    Owner: Masayoshi Son, net worth $17.3 billion
    Purchase Price: $117.5 million in 2012

    Mountain Home Road
    The most expensive home sale on record includes a 9,000-square foot neoclassical house, a 1,117-square foot colonnaded pool house, a separated library, a “retreat” building, a swimming pool, plus a tennis court and formal gardens.

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