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Top 10 Most Expensive Houses In The World

Grand things come with big price tags . Well buying them probably might not just everyone's cup of tea , but fiesting your eyes on some of the priciest and the most exquisite luxurious homes around the world wont cost you a dime . Lets take you on a journey to visit the modern era palaces around the world . Here's the countdown of the most expensive  houses in the world. 


1. Antilia, Mumbai

The 'Antilia' , Owner : Mukesh Ambani


Named after the mythical island Antillia, it is a private home in the South Mumbai, owned by Mukesh Ambani. It takes a staff comprising of 600 members to maintain the residence 24 hours a day. As of November 2014, it is deemed to be the world's most expensive residential property, after Buckingham Palace, which is designated as a crown property. It is thus the world's most expensive private residential property, valued over $1 billion. Designed by Perkins And Will and later constructed by  Leighton Holdings , the home has 27 floors with extra high ceilings (Other buildings of equivalent height may have as many as 60 floors.) The home was also designed to survive an earthquake rated 8 on the Richter scale. It is considered by some to be the tallest single-family house in the world. Because it includes space for a staff of 600, others reserve that honour for a house meant to be occupied only by a single family.



Know About The ' Antilia' 

A visual tour of The 'Antilia' .  



2. Villa Leopolda, French Riviera

Aerial View Of Villa Leopolda


The Villa La Leopolda is a large detached villa in Villefranche-sur-Mer, in the Alpes-Maritimes department on the French Riviera. The villa is situated in 18 acres of grounds. The villa has had several notable owners including Gianni and Marella Agnelli, Izaak and Dorothy J. Killam, and, since 1987, by Edmond (1932–1999) and Lily Safra, who inherited the villa after her husband's death.Named after Belgian King Leopold II, the expansive Villa Leopolda is both the largest and the most expensive French villa in the world. Overlooking the Mediterranean, it was both a military hospital during WWI and a set for Alfred Hitchcock's 1955 film, To Catch a Thief. In 2011, it was purchased by an anonymous Russian oligarch, sparking intrigue. It offers many facilities such as a swimming pool, 11 bedrooms, 14 bathrooms garden, swimming pool, private beach front, sporting courts and a bowling alley.


Villa Leopolda , A Closer Look


A Tour To Villa Leopolda  



3. Fairfield Pond, New York

Fairfield Pond, NY (Aerial View)



Fair Field, Rennert's estate, is one of the largest homes in the United States.Rennert's mansion spans 62,000 square feet, which is equivalent to nearly an acre and a half of land. And the property itself is massive, covering 63 acres of prime Hamptons beachfront.There are actually several houses on the estate.The mansion has somewhere between 21 and 29 bedrooms, and between 18 and 39 bathrooms, depending on who you ask.

Lets Take a Tour To The World's Third Costliest House in the World



4. Kensington Palace Gardens, London

18-19 Kensington Palace Gardens, London


Kensington Palace Gardens is a tree-lined avenue half a mile long now in the heart of London's embassy land. Kensington Palace Gardens is often cited as the 'most exclusive address' street in west central London.It was built from the 1840s onwards, on part of the grounds of Kensington Palace and the freehold still belongs to the Crown Estate.Lionel de Rothschild (1882-1942) moved into 18, Kensington Palace Gardens, c.1912.The property later became the Egyptian Embassy, and its neighbour, No.19 became the Russian Embassy. In the 1990s, the two properties were united into a single, private home by the academic and property developer David Khalili who spent four years and £20m joining the two addresses together before selling the property on to Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone in 2001 for £50m. In 2004, Ecclestone sold it on, this time to Indian steel billionaire Lakshmi Mittal, for £57 million.

A TOUR TO 18-19 Kensington Palace.



5
. One Hyde Park

One Hyde Park , London


One Hyde Park is a major residential and retail complex located in Knightsbridge, London. The development includes three retail units (Rolex, McLaren Automotive and Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank) totalling 385,000 sq ft (35,800 m2) and 86 residential properties marketed with prices starting at around £20 million.

The building is owned by Project Grande (Guernsey) Limited, a joint venture between the Christian Candy-owned CPC Group and Sheikh Hamad bin Jassim bin Jaber Al Thani, former Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Qatar. Graham Stirk led the team at Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners who designed the building, built by Laing O'Rourke It was financed via a £1.15 billion development loan from Eurohypo AG. Candy & Candy were the development managers and interior designers for the scheme. penthouse was sold to One Hyde Park developer Christian Candy, who reportedly paid £31 million, "about £100 million less than the asking price". In January 2011, a newspaper report at the time of the development's launch party indicated that according to Land Registry records the sale of only five properties had been completed. As of 2013, there was little evidence of people actually living in the complex. In September 2013 it was reported that a one-bedroom apartment in the complex worth £5.25m had been repossessed.

A Tour To the Most Luxurious Pent House in the World



6. Ellison Estate, California

Ellison Estate's Aerial View


The Oracle Founder, arguably the most avid collector of real estate properties in the world built his 23 acres Japanese style estate with 10 buildings in 2004 . With all the luxuries you can imagine , it includes a man made lake , a tea house , a bath house and a koi pond and is currently assessed at over 70 million dollars 

A Tour To Ellison Estate Justifies its Hefty Price




7. Blossom Estate, Florida

Aerial View Of The Blossom Estate


Owned by Ken Griffin and priced nearly 130$ million in December 2012 , The hedge fund titan purchased four side-by-side properties totalling eight acres on the ocean . Three lots tout houses while the fourth was already torn down . The entire property collectively was once used as a single estate .


8. Xanadu, Seattle

Aerial View Of Xanadu 2.0


It took Gates seven years and $63 million to build his Medina, Washington estate, named Xanadu 2.0 after the fictional home of "Citizen Kane"'s Charles Foster Kane.
At 66,000 square feet, the home is absolutely massive, and it's filled with high-tech details.It's worth at least $123 million.
A high-tech sensor system helps guests monitor a room's climate and lighting.
When guests arrive, they're given a pin that interacts with sensors located all over the house. Guests enter their temperature and lighting preferences so that the settings change as they move throughout the home. Speakers hidden behind wallpaper allows music to follow you from room to room.

A Short Tour To Xanadu 2.0



9. Mountain Home Road

The Mountain Home Road, Woodside California


This marvelous property is reportedly owned by Masayoshi Son , the second richest man in Japan . He bought it for the whopping of 117.5$ million . This property includes the 9,000 square foot neoclassical house , a 1,117 square foot colonnaded pool house , a library , a retreat building , swimming pool , a tennis court and few formal gardens.


Lets wander the property:




10. Silicon Valley Mansion, California

Silicon Valley Mansion, Los Altos Hill California


This house is owned by Yuri Milner, purchased it at a price of 100$ million in 2011. Milner bought this property as his second home.The Facebook investor broke records with the purchase of a french chateaux-inspired limestone abode that touts indoor and outdour pools, a ballroom and second floor living areas that gaze out on San-Fransisco Bay.


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