Top 10 houses in the world luxurious and expensive homes

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Top 10 houses in the world luxurious and expensive homes

Most Expensive Homes In The World
The world’s most expensive homes have it all, from a home theatre to a personal gym, from a huge swimming pool to a huge library, they have them all. The wealthiest of the world have homes that are worth billions of dollars.

Scroll down to read about the world’s most expensive homes!

Top 10 Houses in the World

  • Buckingham Palace- London, UK
  • Antilia- Mumbai, India
  • Villa Leopolda-Cote D’Azur, France
  • Villa Les Cedred, French Riviera, France
  • Four Fairfield Pond-Sagaponack, NewYork, USA
  • Ellison Estate, California, USA
  • Palazzo Di Amore- Beverly Hills, California
  • Seven The Pinnacle, Montana, USA
  • 18-19 Kensignton Palace Gardens-London, UK
  • Xanadu 2.0- Medina, Washington

Further in the blog, we'll tell you more about some of the above-mentioned luxurious and expensive homes.

Buckingham Palace- London, UK
The palace worth $ 2 Billion, is home to the Queen of England, Queen Elizabeth. The palace was constructed on the wish of the Duke of Buckingham in 1703. Until the accession of Queen Victoria to the throne, the palace was Queen Charlotte's private residence, when it became the official residence of the monarch.

It is a five-story building with about 775 rooms, which includes 188 staff rooms, 92 offices, 52 bedrooms, 78 bathrooms, and 19 staterooms (including state dining rooms), a music room, and a throne room. In the 1850s a ballroom was also added to the palace.

It doesn’t end here, the palace also has a swimming pool, a fully equipped surgery room about 40 acres of gardens.

Antilia- Mumbai, India
By many Antilia is regarded as the most expensive home in the world, as Buckingham Palace is a crown property and not privately owned.

Antilia, owned by Mukesh Ambani, is worth $1 Billion is located in Mumbai, India. The building isn’t spread horizontally, but vertically with 27 floors. Located on the Cumbulla Hills, it looms over Mumbai.

Antilia has 1,500 rooms, including 250 and more bathrooms and 9 high-speed elevators. The project was custom made, meaning that no two floors are laid the same way. Perkins and Wills, architects based in Chicago, designed the building for the richest man in India. Not only is the entire building earthquake-proof, but every single floor has extra high ceilings, equal to two-story buildings.

Mr. Mukesh Ambani showcases his private collection of cars, on the 6 parking floors of the building that has enough space for 168 vehicles. Antilia also has 3 helipads, gardens on different floors of the property, guest suites, a ballroom.

The building also has two floors dedicated to health and fitness, furthermore, there is an indoor swimming pool, a home theatre which at a time can seat up to 50 people.

The entire building takes about 600 staff members to maintain, and it took 4 years to complete. The Ambani family resides on the top floors of the building, from where you can get a panoramic view of the stunning Arabian Sea. To find out more about news and facts related to property follow JagahOnline Blogs, and follow us on Facebook.

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