These most expensive homes In the world will take your breath away.
When people really don’t know what to do with their money, they invest them in vulgarly expensive homes. If you ever wondered what you get for those incredible millions of dollars that you (hypothetically) invest in your luxurious home, just keep reading this article. You’d be surprised.
1 Hearst Castle, Beverly Hills, Los Angeles
This is a villa built in Italian and was used for iconic scenes in The Godfather and the president John F Kennedy stayed here on his honeymoon with new wife Jackie. The former home of the newspaper publisher William Randolph Hearst has 27 bedrooms, its own cinema, night club and an outdoor terrace large enough for 400 guests. Did you read that – it has its own night club?
2 Vila Leopolda, Cote D’Azure, France
This palace is located on the dreamy French Riviera and has more bathrooms than it does bedrooms and is rumoured to have once belonged to Microsoft mogul, Bill Gates. The lucky person who can buy this beautiful vila, will become owner of 11 bedrooms and 14 bathrooms. Also there is a story about this home. Apparently the first owner Edmond left it to his wife, after he was murdered by his male nurse in 1999. Besides the luxury home, you will have one of the most beautiful views in the world – the light blue color of the Cote D’Azure. The price is estimated on 457 million Pounds.
3 Four Fairfield Pond, The Hamptons, New York
This 63-acre mansion has a 91ft long dining room, two tennis courts, a bowling alley, 29 bedrooms and 39 bathrooms. It is almost as big as a hotel, but of course it is only a luxurious home. But, you should not worry if you invite guests over, because you will always have a spare room and in fact you may never even see them around the house. The price of this home is 133 million Pounds.
4 Antillia, Mumbai, India
This home isn’t just expensive, but it is the world’s first home that reached a price of one billion dollars. You wonder what you get for that money? Well let’s start with the 27 floors and the name of this home that comes from the mythical island, Antillia. Built by India’s richest man, Mukesh Ambani, it even has several floating gardens, not one but three helipads and six floors dedicated to parking. So, if you have spare one billion you can make Atillia your home.
5 17 Upper Phillimore Gardens, Kensington, South-west London
In the past this used to be girls’ preparatory school, but today this five-storey detached Victorian house is just another luxurious home bought by Ukrainian businesswoman and friend of Elton John, Elena Franchuk in 2008. It has ten bedrooms, an underground swimming pool, sauna, gym, cinema and panic room. The price of this home is 980 million Pounds. You might not have 980 million pounds to invest in such a home, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have own home sauna. If you are interested in finding out more about them you could check out these home sauna reviews on Clever Leverage.
6 Seven the Pinnacle, Montana, USA
Although its location is in the mountains and isn’t suitable for a constant living in there, the owner of this place will never feel the cold. This magnificent place has an indoor and outdoor pool, its own private ski lift and spectacular views. And it costs 944 million Pounds.
7 Maison de L’Amitie, Palm Beach, Florida
A house on the beach… And not just any house on the beach, but this one that costs 913 million Pounds. Before it came on the market, this mansion once belonged to Donald Trump. Its next owner would get a lot of things including boasts a full sized ballroom, a garage to accommodate 80 cars and bullet proof windows.
8 Hala Ranch, Aspen, Colorado
The price is incredible 821 million Pounds and it is set in 90 acres in the famous town Aspen. This 15-bedroom estate has hairdressers, beauty salon the beautiful valleys and mountains of Aspen. Just the little things, you know…
9 Fleur de Lys , Beverly Hills, Los Angeles
For only 760 million Pounds (well this one is actually the cheapest on this list), you can get this European style palace with everything inside it. And by everything we mean: 50-seat cinema, ballroom, marble walls, a two-storey library and a 1,200m running track.