Most expensive houses in the World

Although the situation in the world is much worse than in previous years, the following information certainly doesn’t prove that. Look which are the most expensive houses in the world and which are their lucky owners!

As ordinary people, we definitely can’t imagine to purchase some luxury mansions, but there are few people of us who are rich enough to afford these really expensive houses. Because if you want to live in your dream house, you must be prepared to pay a lot of money. Here is our list of the largest, the most luxurious, really expensive houses in the world!

Antilla, Mumbai, India – $1,000,000,000

Antilla, Mumbai, India – $1,000,000,000

Located in Mumbai, Antilla is the most expensive house in the world, without any doubt. The owner is the billionaire Mukesh Ambanin – head of Mumbai-based petrochemical giant Reliance Industries. This luxury home is a 27-story, has six floors of parking (for 168 luxury cars ), a health level with gym, jacuzzi,a ballroom level, several floors of bedrooms, bathrooms and a four-story garden. This house that cost $1,000,000,000 has pretty everything you could imagine – including 600 servants, home theater, private car-service center and nine high-speed elevators. This really expensive house which is called ‘the Taj Mahal of the 21st Century’, has architecture which is based on the Indian tradition called Vastu Shastra, so each floor has a unique and aesthetic design.

Villa Leopolda, Cote D’Azur, France – $506 million

Villa Leopolda, Cote D’Azur, France - $506 million

Built on the French Riviera by King Leopold II of Belgium in 1902, this luxury mansion was purchased by Russian billionaire Prokhorov for $506 million. Villa Leopolda – the second most expensive house in the world, has 27 stories, 14 bathrooms, 19 bedrooms. swimming pool and private beach.

The Penthouse, London – $200 million

The Penthouse, London - $200 million

This London apartment is also one of the most expensive homes in the world and cost $200 million. This luxurious flat in Hyde Park has bulletproof windows, panic rooms, wine tasting rooms, 24 hour room service, escape tunnel and is guarded by the SAS – top level security system.

Fairfield Pond, The Hamptons, US – $170 million

Fairfield Pond, The Hamptons, US - $170 million

Fairfield Pond is the largest property in the US and has 39 bathrooms, 29 bedrooms, 5 tennis courts, basketball court, bowling alley, squash and luxury hot tub that cost $150,000.

Hearst Mansion, Beverly Hills, US – $165 million

Hearst Mansion, Beverly Hills, US - $165 million

Hearst Mansion is luxury home located in Beverly Hills, and once was home of the US newspaper tycoon William Randolph Hearst. This prestigious house has 3 swimming pools, 6 separate residences, tennis courts, 29 bedrooms and a night club. If someone wants to purchase this property, will become close neighbor of David and Victoria Beckham and Jeff Bezos, CEO of Amazon.

Franchuk Villa, Kensington – $161 million

Franchuk Villa, Kensington - $161 million

Located in Belgravia, central London, Franchuk Villa is a 5-story house, with a swimming pool, a panic room, a private movie theater, a gym and much more. This fancy house is the sixth most expensive house in the world.

Goran Nikolov is a content writer of Protista, a website where you can find a lot of interesting lists. He is from Macedonia and has a passion to write lists about everything that surrounds him, especially about sports, health, music, technology and history. Goran loves to play basketball in his free time, enjoys playing on his guitar and sharing his thoughts with others.