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The Ultimate Home Tour: Inside the 10 Most Expensive Houses in the World!


It’s no secret that influential people and celebrities use social media to flaunt their lavish lifestyles and accomplishments, but did you know that Buckingham Palace in London is the most expensive private residence in the world?

We all want to create a comfortable home for ourselves, complete with a swimming pool, a garden, and, for the more affluent among us, ostentatious amenities to flaunt to our friends and neighbors.

Let’s take a look at the top 10 world’s most expensive homes that would cost a small fortune to construct.

10 Most Expensive Houses in the World!

1. Buckingham Palace – $2.9 Billion 

The palace is one of the many opulent residences owned by the British royal family. It has 775 rooms, 78 bathrooms, 92 offices, and 19 staterooms and is located in Westminster, London. Since 1873, it has served as the monarchy’s official residence.

10 Most Expensive Houses in the World

The palace itself spans around 828,000 square feet, while the 40-acre garden is a separate entity. Despite its impressive dimensions and status as the world’s priciest home, it falls short of being the largest palace in the world.

If the palace were put up for sale, it would likely fetch around $2.9 billion, but that’s not likely to happen anytime soon.

2. Antilla – $1 Billion

The second most expensive home, Antilla, is located in Mumbai, India, and it costs a whopping $1 billion. Perkins & Will, an architectural firm based in Chicago, and Hirsch Bender Associates, a hospitality design firm, worked together on the project.

Mukesh Ambani, the richest man in India, commissioned the construction of this mansion. Ambani is the Chairman and Managing Director of Reliance Industries Limited, a Fortune Global 500 company.

10 Most Expensive Houses in the World

The 27-story structure, with a floor area of 400,000 square feet, can be found in the Cumballa Hill neighborhood of Mumbai. Additionally, it can withstand an earthquake of Richter scale 8.

There are nine elevators, a 50-seat movie theatre, a temple, six floors dedicated to car storage, and a service station for cars. It also features a salon, ballroom, yoga studio, ice cream parlor, and multiple movie theatres, as well as a health spa and three helipads.

3. Villa Leopolda – $750 Million

It’s the third most expensive home in the world, and it’s called Villa Leopolda. Lily Safra, the widow of the Brazilian–Lebanese banker Edmund Safra, owns the villa.

It occupies about 50 acres in the Alps-Maritime department of the Cote d’Azur region of France. It’s got one of the best pools you’ve ever seen, as well as a commercial greenhouse, helipad, outdoor kitchen, and 11 bedrooms.

10 Most Expensive Houses in the World

It gained notoriety as the location for the 1955 Alfred Hitchcock film To Catch a Thief. Originally owned by King Leopold II of Belgium, this home underwent a major renovation in the 1920s by American architect Ogden Codman Jr.

4. Villa Les Cèdres – $450 Million

The Villa Les Cèdres in Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat, France, is our number four pick. This mansion’s value is estimated at $450 million, which is close to half a billion dollars.

Originally constructed in 1830, King Leopold II of Belgium acquired it in 1904. The most expensive home on the market in 2017, it has since been surpassed by the next three listings.

10 Most Expensive Houses in the World

The numerous cedar trees found on the property’s grounds inspired the name, and the grounds total about 35 acres.

A total of 14 bedrooms are spread across the home’s roughly 18,000 square feet. It also features a large stable that can house up to 30 horses and an Olympic-sized swimming pool.

5. Four Fairfield Pond -$248 Million 

Ira Renner, CEO of the Renco Group, owns the Four Fairfield Pond in Sagaponack, New York. She is a major shareholder and has made investments in the metals and automobile industries.

10 Most Expensive Houses in the World

In fifth place are a 63-acre mansion with 29 bedrooms, a power plant of its own, 39 bathrooms, a basketball court, a bowling alley, squash courts, tennis courts, three swimming pools, and a massive 91-foot dining room.

6. Ellison Estate- $200 Million

Larry Ellison, the co-founder of Oracle, owns this 23-acre plot. The complex features 10 structures, as well as a man-man lake, koi pond, tea house, and bath house.

10 Most Expensive Houses in the World

Ellison has made a number of mega-deals over the past two decades, but his 2012 purchase of the Hawaiian island of Lanai was by far his largest investment.

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7. Palazzo di Amore-$195 Million

American politician and real estate mogul Jeff Greene owns the 53,000-square-foot Palazzo di, Amore in the Mediterranean style.

10 Most Expensive Houses in the World

The 7th-floor mansion not only features a revolving dance floor and ballroom, but also 12 bedrooms, 23 bathrooms, tennis courts, swimming pools, a theatre, waterfalls, reflecting pools, and a garage with space for 27 vehicles. In 2017, the resale asking price for the property was close to $195million.

8. Seven The Pinnacle-$155 million

The eighth-ranked home belongs to Edra and timber tycoon Tim Blixseth. The home comes equipped with a ski lift, a wine cellar, a gym, and multiple swimming pools.

10 Most Expensive Houses in the World

9. Xanadu 2.0-  $127 million

Xanadu 2.0, the home of Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates and his wife Melinda, is located in the Medina, Washington area, and is ranked as our number nine most expensive home in the world. Costing $63 million, the mansion spans 66,000 square feet.

10 Most Expensive Houses in the World

The Xanadu 2.0 is what’s known as an “earth-sheltered” home, which means it is constructed into its environment to better control temperature. The pool, which measures 60 feet in length, is housed in a detached structure measuring 3,900 square feet.

10. Kensington Palace Gardens -$128 Million

London’s 18-19 Kensington Palace Gardens is on the tenth spot; civil engineer James Meadows Rendel was the building’s first tenant after it was built by Philip Hardwick for Sutherland Hall Sutherland.

There are a total of 12 bedrooms in the house, as well as Turkish baths, an indoor pool, and space for 20 cars.

10 Most Expensive Houses in the World

The de Rothschild family lived here in the early 1900s, the Free Poles from 1939 to 1945, art dealer David Khalili from 1995 to 2001, Formula One chief Bernie Ecclestone from 2001 to 2004, and Indian billionaire Lakshmi Mittal from 2004 to the present.

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