Most Expensive Homes

Who doesn’t want to live in a large mansion, all glamorous and luxurious? Many of us do.
Here’s looking at some of the most expensive and grand homes around the world:
1. Antilla in Mumbai (priced at $1 billion)
Currently under construction, it is anticipated to be worth $1 billion. It is a dream house of Mukesh Ambani, the fourth richest man in the world and head of Reliance Industries, the Indian petrochemical giant. Antilla is 27 storey towering mansion with six floors for just car-parking. Other luxuries include crystal chandelier ceilings, ballrooms and retractable stages. With staff quarters for around 600 servants and double height ceilings, this is probably the most awaited constructions in the world.
2. Villa Leopold (priced at $750 million)
In 1902 villa Leopold was built for king Leopold of Belgium at a cost of $750 million. It is an 8000 square feet chateaux in the French seaside town of Villefranche-sur-Mer. The villa consists of sport courts, dining rooms, multiple kitchens, movie theatre, a bowling alley, sports courts and 19 bedrooms
3.One Hyde Park (priced at $200 million)
It is a penthouse and truly outstanding. The apartment has a secret tunnel to the nearby Mandarin Hotel, iris-scanners, a panic room, bulletproof windows, and its own SAS trained bodyguards. There is 24-hour room service and other facilities like wine tasting rooms, squash courts and spa.
4. Fairfield Pond (priced at $170 million)
Fairfield pond is a largest residential and private compound in the United States. The 63-acre home is the property of billionaire Ira Rennert. It has a bowling alley, 5 sports courts, $150,000 hot tub and 29 bedrooms.
5. Hearst Mansion, Beverly Hills (priced at $165 million)
Heart mansion at Beverly Hills has 29 bedrooms and surprisingly – three swimming pools. Made famous by the movie Godfather and stay of John F. Kennedy for his honeymoon, its former owner was William Randolph Hearst.
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