Five Most Expensive Homes In World

Home is meant to provide shelter and safety to the residents, but more than that a house is a reflection of the person staying in it. There are houses in the world that cost a fortune and look like a piece of heaven. These houses in the list are palatial houses and will take you to La La Land. The five most expensive houses are as follows.

Buckingham Palace, London

The massive palace with 775 rooms, including 52 royal and guest bedrooms, 78 bathrooms, and 92 offices, the Queen’s London home is the most expensive house in the world. The British Crown’s trust owns many castles and estates throughout the United Kingdom.

it continues to be the most extravagant and expensive. The palace has been Queen’s residence since 1837 and its worth is estimated at $2.9 billion.

Antilia Tower, Mumbai

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The beautiful structure of $1-2 billion stands tall in Mumbai made in consultation with a Chicago based architecture firm Perkins & Will and hospitality design firm Hirsch Bedner Associates. The house belongs to Indian billionaire Mukesh Ambani. It 400,000 square foot residence in Mumbai’s Cumballa Hill. It is 27 stories high and can sustain an earthquake of magnitude 8 on the Richter scale.

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Witanhurst

The $450 million Georgian Revival mansion from the early 20th century is the second largest residence in London. Spread over 90,000 square feet this house has 65 rooms, including 25 bedrooms. Many epic films like The Lost Prince, Fame Academy, and Tipping the Velvet have pictured in this house

Villa Les Cedres, Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat, France

The estimated value of the house is $410 million was built in 1830 and was purchased by Belgium’s King Leopold II in 1904. It is the most expensive house in the world on the market. The current owner of the house is Davide Campari-Milano. It is set on 35 acres of manicured gardens and has an Olympic sized swimming pool, a large stable, 14 bedrooms, cedar trees, and more.

The Odeon Tower Penthouse, Monaco

The 35,000 square foot apartment is estimated at $330 million. It has several floors with a private elevator. It has a water slide coming from an upper floor to an infinity pool, is nothing less than luxury at its best.

Apart from the above house, there are many other houses in the list that stand tall and bring ample fame to the residents.