The rich and famous pay any price for a luxurious dream home. Large villas with amazing sea views, private rooms for retreat, helipad, and private pool in basement. Many prominent stars all over the world afford top-class dream houses. It can happen that a property costs a double-digit million amounts. Here we present the most expensive residential buildings in the entire world.
Antilia in Mumbai (India)
It is probably the most expensive single-family house on our planet. Located in India, Antilia is owned by billionaire Mukesh Ambani. The owner is one of the 50 richest people in the world and has fulfilled a dream with the construction of this building. The residence is over 170 meters high and is said to have cost over 750 million euros. The skyscraper contained swimming pools, its own cinema, a six-story parking garage, a library, a temple and various helipads. A terrace with huge gardens also belong to the building complex. The architects opted for sufficiently large rooms. So there are only 27 floors in Antilia. Otherwise, at least 50 floors can be accommodated in a normal skyscraper of this size.
Villa Leopolda in Villefranche-sur-Mer (France)
This villa is also one of the most expensive residential buildings in the world. It is occupied by entrepreneur Lily Safra and is estimated to have cost half a billion euros. The Brazilian had inherited the complex from her late husband. A wealthy banker. With a total area of 2700 square meters including some outbuildings and pavilions, there is definitely no lack of space here. There is also a swimming pool, a huge park, olive groves and a large heliport. The magnificent work was built by none other than the Belgian King Leopold II in 1902. It later became the property of Giovanni Agnelli, the owner of the Fiat group, who later sold the house to the Lebanese banker Edmond Safra. After his death his wife inherited it.
Fair Field In Sagaponack
This home has 10,000 square feet of living space. In addition to 39 bathrooms and 29 bedrooms, this also includes an almost 30 meter long dining room, tennis courts, three swimming pools, basketball courts and residential oases. The value is currently estimated at at least 225 million euros. Located right on the Atlantis shore in New York, the complex is owned by entrepreneur Ira Rennert. He lives in the gigantic house with his family of five. The residential building built in 2003 – although this term is extremely unfavorable – has a living space of 5,900 square meters alone.
Kensington Palace Gardens in London (England)
This building once housed the Russian and Egyptian embassies. Today, Indian billionaire Lakshmi Mittal owns the house. According to research, he has put more than 200 million euros on the table for this. But the villa also has twelve bedrooms alone. Kensington Palace is considered one of the most luxurious streets in the English capital. For safety reasons, it is closed to pedestrian traffic. After all, not only numerous important embassies are located here, but also the residences of the Ukrainian billionaire Leonard Blavatnik. The Saudi royal family also lives here with the Sultan of Brunei.