7 of the most expensive homes in the world

There is no doubt that there are beautiful homes all over the world and some more than others. Beautiful homes come in all shapes and sizes and in many different places in the world. The most expensive homes in the world are owned by the super/ultra rich and they have their own type of beauty that they display in different ways. One way is in property and we have picked 7 of the most expensive homes in the world to show you guys.
7] Kensington Palace Gardens, London

This property is on “Billionaires’ Row” where all the other superrich own property. This one is owned by the Indian steel tycoon Lakshmi Mittal who calls his home the “Taj Mittal.” He bought it for £57 million from English business magnate Bernie Ecclestone (former Formula 1 chief executive) in 2004. This place has 55,000 square feet of space, 12 bedrooms, a Turkish bath, swimming pool, picture gallery and ballroom.

6] Seven The Pinnacle

This beautiful place is located at Big Sky, Montana and valued at $155 million. It is the largest house in the Yellowstone Club which is a private ski and golf community for the rich. It has heated floors, multiple pools, a gym, a wine cellar, and even its own ski lift.

5] Palazzo di Amore, Beverly Hills, California

This 25-acre estate in Beverly Hills was listed for a big $195 million, making the property the country’s most expensive listing. The Palazzo di Amore is a Mediterranean-style villa that tops 53,000 square feet of space, though 15,000 of that is an entertainment complex containing a ballroom with a revolving dance floor. It has 12 bedrooms, 23 bathrooms, a bowling alley, a theater, tennis courts, swimming pools, reflecting pools, waterfalls and a garage that can comfortably fit 27 cars. This place can also accommodate parties for up to 1,000 people.

4] Villa Les Cèdres
Villa Les Cèdres
The Villa Les Cèdres is a Cap Ferrat mansion that was once home to Belgian King Leopold II. It was on the market for 350 million euros ($410 million). Villa Les Cèdres was built in 1830. The 18,000-square-foot mansion sits within 35 acres of landscaped grounds. The library holds 3,000 books. This 14 bedroom home has rooms that are ornately appointed with paneling, coffered ceilings, period moldings and elaborate chandeliers.
3] Penthouse at the Tour Odéon, Monte Carlo, Monaco
The ultimate pad for any person. The luxurious 49-story Tour Odéon building holds the worlds most expensive penthouse in the world. The 35,500-square-foot apartment features a 360-degree view of the water and access to a circular rooftop infinity pool with a water slide. As well as being equipped with a health centre, multiple swimming pools and an in-house caterer, the building will offer its residents a 24/7 concierge service and a private chauffeur.
2] Villa Leopolda

This place sits on the Cote D’Azure in France and is valued at $750 million. It was built in 1902 by Belgium’s King Leopold II, who gave it as a gift to one of his mistresses. The 11-bedroom, 14-bathroom villa sits on 50 acres. It features a commercial greenhouse, outdoor kitchen, pool and helipad. The house was famously used as a set in the 1955 Hitchcock classic To Catch a Thief.

1] Antilia, Mumbai, India
Antilia, a 27-story skyscraper on Altamount Road in Mumbai, India is the most expensive homes in the world, valued at $1 billion. Mukesh Ambani, an Indian business tycoon moved into the 400,000-square-foot mansion in 2012. The modern property was designed by Chicago-based architects Perkins & Will. Antilia (which was named for a phantom island in the Atlantic) is a 400,000-square-foot building. It has six underground parking floors with space for 168 cars, a ballroom, three helipads, gardens, a temple, guest suites, a health level and a home theatre that seats 50. It needs a 600-person staff just to maintain it.
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