World’s Most Expensive Homes List
World’s Most Expensive Homes
Home is a place where you spend most of your time. People always wanted to make their home as comfortable as possible. When it comes to rich people they cross all the limits of spending money on homes. Today I am going to share with you world’s most expensive homes.
7 Upper Phillimore Garden BY Olena Pinchuk
This building is worth $128 million and located in London. It was a school building later on it was created to a beautiful house that has underground swimming pool, gym, and a sauna. It even has a panic room. The entire interior covered in marble, gold and spectacular artwork.
Currently this luxurious house is owned by Olena Pinchuk who is daughter of Leonid Kuchma. He was second president of Ukraine.
Kensington Palace Gardens BY Russian Billionare Roman Abramovich
This place is worth $140 million and located in London and owned by Russian Billionare Roman Abramovich who also owned Private investment firm Millhouse LLC. He also owned Chelsea Football club in English Premier League.
Seven the Pinnacle BY Edra & Tim Blixseth
Worth $155 million, located in Big sky Montana and Owned by Edra and Tim Blixseth. This is the largest property in Yellowstone Club, which is private ski and golf community for super rich people. The house has multiple pools, a wine cellar, heated floors. it also has its own ski lift.
Hearst Castle BY William Randolph Hearst’s Trustees
Situated in San Simoeon, California and worth $191 million, Hearst Castle is owned by William Randolph Hearst’s Trustees. The Castle is now part of the California Park System and a heritage and tourist site.
This luxurious castle is used in famous movie ‘The Godfather’ many famous celebrities such as John and Jakie Kennedy, Winston Churchill hosted by this castle.
Ellison Estate BY Larry Ellison
Worth $200 million Ellison Estate is situated in Woodside, California. This property has built in 23-acres and has 10 buildings.
This building is owned by Larry Ellison who is Co-founder of Oracle and according the forbs third-richest man in the world in 2013.
18-19 Kensington Palace Garden BY Lakshmi Mittal
Located in London and worth $222 million and owned by Lakshmi Mittal, who is head of Arcelor Mittal, world’s largest steel manufacturer.
This place is located alongside Prince Williams and Kate Middleton having 12 bedrooms, Turkish baths and indoor pool and has parking for 20 cars.
Four Fairfield Pond BY Ira Rennert
This property is situated in Sagaponack, New York and worth $248.5 million. This property is owned by Ira Rennert who is owner of Renco Group.
This property is so big that it has its own power plant. This property is situated in 63 acres and has 29 bedrooms, 39 bathrooms, basketball, tennis and squash court. It also has three swimming pools bowling alley and 91 foot long dining room.
Villa Leopolda BY Lily Safra
$750 million located in Cote D’Azure, France and owned by Lily Safra a Brazilian philanthropist who is widow of Lebanese Banker William Safra
This house is used in many movies including ‘To catch a Thief’ 1955’s Hitchcock classic. This house is spread in 50 acres and has swimming pool and pool house, and outdoor kitchen, Helipad and many more other facilities.
Antilia BY Mukesh Ambani
Located in Mumbai, India worth $1 Billion, owned by Mukesh Ambani who is owner of Reliance industries, according to Forbes his net worth is $23.6 billion.
Antilia is not just a home it is a small city that requires 600 people staff just to maintain it. This building has all the luxurious facilities including three helipads, six underground parking floors, movie theater and much more.
Well yes technically Buckingham Palace is a house and worth $1.55 Billion and holds the title of world’s most expensive house having 775 rooms, 19 state rooms, 92 offices, 52 bedrooms, 78 bathrooms and 188 staff rooms.
BY Satnaam Singh Bhogal