Most Expensive Homes In The World You Never Knew Of !

25 Most Expensive homes in the world

A home is a place where you cook, clean, dance, eat and sleep all you want. A permanent residence for families or the number of people in an association. Home is the basic need for everyone. It is usually an apartment, building, portative home, canvas or other portative sheds.


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Many wealthy people in the world have amazing homes.

The love for a beautiful home they have has made them spend on their properties as they feel it’s necessary. Well, why not after all that’s where you have kids and parties, No?

Everybody nowadays is looking for a unique architecture and designs for their homes. The most expensive homes in the world represent the wealth of their owners, also their culture and tradition. In this article, we will get to know about most expensive homes in the world.

Yeah! I know we all want that kind of a crib, but hey I just have a job and my husband is a believer of compact, besides where the heck will I find him if there is a cockroach under my bed ! Just wondering.

Here Is The List Of 25 Most Expensive Homes In The World You Never Knew Of !

25. Buckingham Palace

Buckingham Palace
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  • Location: London
  • Value: $1.55 billion
  • Owner: Who doesn’t know that but still I want to tell you, it’s not mine, No. This palace belongs to Queen Elizabeth Alexandra known as Elizabeth II, who has ruled since February 6, 1952, till today.
  • Details: Buckingham Palace is technically a house and consists of 775 rooms, 188 staff rooms including 52 Royal and guest bedrooms, 92 offices and 78 bathrooms, 19 staterooms. The worth of this property was roughly estimated $1.5 billion by Nationwide Building Society. Umm, can I like just get a room, a small one?

24. Antilia

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  • Location: Mumbai, India
  • Value: $1 billion
  • Owner: India’s richest man Mukesh Ambani has a net worth $23.6 billion, according to Forbes. Ambani utilizes his money for Reliance Company, an energy and material industry.
  • Details: Antilia is a private residence of Mukesh Ambani in South Mumbai. Antilia is 27-story, 400,000-square-foot building with 1,788 rooms, 257 bathrooms, and three helicopter pads and require 600-person staff to maintain it. This 550 feet skyscraper home has nine elevators to bring guests to their destination. Mukesh Ambani has reserved six floors just for his favorite cars. Okay, my questions is how do they manage with the number of toilets, hmmm?

23. Hala Ranch

Hala Ranch
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  • Location: Aspen, Colorado
  • Value: $135 million
  • Owner: John Alfred Paulson the owner of Hala Ranch is the American billionaire and hedge fund manager. He is heading the Paulson & Co., which is New-york based investment management firm.
  • Details: Hala Ranch, it was sold by Saudi Prince Bandar bin Sultan and has 15 bedrooms and 16 bathrooms. This property also includes several side buildings, a gas pump, water treatment plant and also other high-tech features. If I can get job at Paulson, can I just have a small room as my accommodation, okay, relax just asking!

22. Fleur de Lys

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  • Location: Beverly Hills, Los Angeles
  • Value: $125 million (asking price)
  • Owner: Michael Robert Milken, an American former entrepreneur, and patron, are the owner of Fleur de Lys. His is prominent because of his role in the high-yield of bonds.
  • Details: Fleur de Lys consists of 12 bedrooms, 15 bathrooms, and a 3,000-square-foot wine cellar with a tasting room, double-story library, vast ballroom, cutlery room and commercial kitchen. Yeah, love for food that is baby!

21. Villa Leopolda

Villa Leopolda
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  • Location: Villefranche-sur-Mer, France
  • Value: $1.3 billion
  • Owner: Villa Leopolda belongs to Lily Safra, who is a Brazilian helper and widow of Lebanese banker William Safra. Her net worth was $1.2 billion according to Forbes. She supports some foundations, organizations and charities.
  • Details: American architect Ogden Codman designed Vila Leopolda in 1929 to 1931. This house has spread over a 50-acre area which includes popular size greenhouses, pool house and swimming pool, outdoor kitchen, helipad, guest house larger than mansions of richest people.

Yeah! Mr William , thank you!

20. Four Fairfield Pond

Four Fairfield Pond

  • Location: Sagaponack, New York
  • Value: $220 million
  • Owner: Ira Rennert is an American investor and owner of Renco Group Company which invests its money in auto manufacturing and smelting. He also has holdings in mining and metals.
  • Details: The Four Fairfield Pond is a luxurious home consists of 29-bedrooms in 63 acres. This enormous area contains 39 bathrooms, a bowling alley, basketball court, tennis courts, squash court, three swimming pools, and a 91-foot long dining room and a $150,000 hot tub. Wow, that’s rich!

19. 18-19 Kensington Palace Gardens

18-19 Kensington Palace Gardens

  • Location: London
  • Value: $128 million
  • Owner: Lakshmi Mittal is one of 100 richest men in India. He is the Chairman and CEO of world’s largest steel manufacturing company Arcelor Mittal. Mittal holds a 34% stake in Queens Park Rangers F.C and 38% of Arcelor Mittal.
  • Details: Kensington Palace Gardens is an avenue in the west central London having some expensive properties in the world. 18-19 Kensington Palace Gardens consist of 12 bedrooms, an indoor pool, car parking for 20 cars and Turkish baths! Relaxing and sexy it is.

18. Ellison Estate

Ellison Estate

  • Location: Woodside, California
  • Value: $73.2 million
  • Owner: Larry Ellison is included in the Co-Founders of Oracle Corporation. He is the eighth-richest man in the world and third-richest person in America with net worth US$52 billion.
  • Details: Ellison estate is a 23 -acre Japanese style property consists of 5-bed rooms, 6-bathrooms, outdoor kitchen, multiple fire pits, tea house, man-made lake, and bath house and a koi pond.

17. Palazzo di Amore

Palazzo di Amore

  • Location: Beverly Hills, California
  • Value: $195 million
  • Owner: Jeff Greene the owner of Palazzo di Amore is a political person and an American real estate entrepreneur. He is a representative, of Democratic Party and was also an applicant in the Senate election primaries in Florida, 2010.
  • Details: Palazzo di Amore provides perfect entertainment environment containing a revolving dance floor and a ballroom. It is a 53,000 square foot Mediterranean- style villa containing 12 bedrooms, 23 bathrooms, tennis courts, swimming pools, a theater, waterfalls, a theater, reflecting pools and a garage that can accommodate 27 cars. That’s fantastic Mr Jeff I understand your love for parties but what is with the count of bathrooms here?

16. Hearst Castle

Hearst Castle

  • Location: San Simeon, California
  • Value: $191 million
  • Owner: This castle was built by America’s first newspaper investor William Randolph Hearst, who had created the largest newspaper chain in America. This castle is famous for the tourists and part of California’s Park System.
  • Details: Hearst Castle consists of 56 bedrooms, 19 sitting rooms, indoor outdoor swimming pools, 61 bathrooms, 127 acres of gardens, a movie theater, and the world’s largest private zoo. The Neptune Pool, which is near the edge of the hilltop, offers the wide-ranging view of the mountains. Awesome!

15. Seven the Pinnacle

Seven the Pinnacle

  • Location: Big Sky, Montana
  • Value: $155 million
  • Owner: Edra and Tim Blixseth, American real estate developer and timber baron are the owners of Seven the Pinnacle. Tim Blixseth was also the co-founder of the yellow club and included in the 400 wealthiest people in America, but few problems like a divorce and a club’s bankruptcy vigorously lessens his wealth in recent years.
  • Details: Edra and Tim Blixseth owned the Pinnacle having worth $155 million. This house consists of 10 bedrooms, where every floor of the house is heated including the driveway. Blixseth own the Yellowstone Club, which is a ski resort which only belongs to billionaires. Now if that’s not a worm cozy lifestyle that what is!

14. Spelling Manor

Spelling Manor

  • Location: Holmby Hills, California
  • Value: $150 million
  • Owner: Petra Stunt the owner of Spelling Manor is a fashion designer, model, and socialite. She purchased the Manor in $85 million from Candy Spelling in July 2011.
  • Details: Spelling Manor, which is on 57,000 square foot area, is a home with 123 rooms, 14 bedrooms and 27 bathrooms. This house includes bowling room gym, tennis court, a pool and car parking which can accommodate 100 cars. This Manor also contains rooms for particular activity purpose such as cutlery storage room and a wrapping room. Fashionably maintained this mansion is a dream come true but Hey, I still don’t understand the bathroom count!

13. Shepard Krech House

Shepard Krech House

  • Location: East Hamptons, America
  • Value: $140 million
  • Owner: Chris Whittle is the owner of Shepard Krech House is former Esquire magazine publisher and education entrepreneur. He is also the chief executive of The World School.
  • Details: Shepard Krech House have 6 bedrooms on 10,300 square feet, this area is big enough to accommodate 10 bedrooms. Shepard interior contains four fire places, three-story great room, an art gallery, a workout room, and a guest

12. Kensington Palace Gardens

Kensington Palace Gardens

  • Location: London
  • Value: $140 million
  • Owner: Roman Abramovich, the owner of a private investment firm Millhouse LLC. Roman is also the owner of Chelsea Football Club, which is Premier League football team. His net worth is US$ 7.8 billion and the 137th richest person in the world and 12th richest person in Russia.
  • Details: Kensington Palace Gardens is on London’s Billionaires Row and a detached house. It consists of 5 beds, 8 baths. An underground extension of the tennis court, auto museum and tennis court will add soon. This is what I call a bold and beautiful combination.

11. One Hyde Park Penthouse

One Hyde Park Penthouse

  • Location: Knightsbridge, Central London
  • Value: $137 million
  • Owner: One Hyde Park Penthouse, purchased by the Project Grand (Guernsey) Limited, which is the joint investment between the CPC group and Sheikh Hamad bin Jassim bin Jaber Al Thani, ex-Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Qatar.
  • Details: One Hyde Park Penthouse secured with the high-level security system having bulletproof windows. It consists of systems such as panic room, the iris scanner, and facility to find the tunnel to the neighboring area of Mandarin hotel. There are also communal rooms, squash courts, and rooms to enjoy wine.

10. Beverly House

Beverly House

  • Location: Beverly Hills, California
  • Value: $135 million
  • Owner: Leonard Ross purchased this mansion in 1976. He was the American teacher and a lawyer and was famous for his personality as a television game show candidate.
  • Details: This mansion includes an extensive library with the balcony around it, a billiard room, and family room with the huge terrace that can accommodate 400 people, a night club and also a wine cellar. Beverly House also includes the several Italian and Spanish style homes inside it. Now that’s class Mr. Ross.

9. 7 Upper Phillimore Gardens

7 Upper Phillimore Gardens

  • Location: London
  • Value: $128 million
  • Owner: Olena Pinchuk is the owner of 7 Upper Phillimore Gardens. Pinchuk is the founder of ANTIAIDS Foundation and also leading the Ukraine’s Supervisory Board of biggest Ukrainian media group, Star Light Media. Her net worth is US $1.52 billion
  • Details: This house was a prep school then turned into a mansion and now is equipped with all the facilities like 10-bedrooms, cinema, gym, a sauna and also a panic room. Its interior had valuable artworks, covered in gold and marble. This classic house is not just a perfect design but an ideal house.

8. Xanadu 2.0

Xanadu 2.0

  • Location: Seattle, Washington.
  • Value: $121 million
  • Owner: Bill Gates, a prominent business mogul of America, the investor with net worth US$79.2 billion. Bill is famous all around the world because He is the founder of Microsoft, which is the world’s largest software company.
  • Details: This house is extremely enriched with appealing features just like the artwork on walls changes just by touching the button and an underwater sound system for the swimming pool. It also contains reception hall that could accommodate up to 200 guests, a home theater, 24 bathrooms, a sauna, and separate men’s and women’s locker rooms and underground garages can shelter up to 23 cars! Staying healthy was never that easy as for having all of its sources at home.

7. Mountain Home Road

Mountain Home Road

  • Location: Woodside, California
  • Value: $117.5 million
  • Owner: Masayoshi Son is the owner of Mountain Home Road– Woodside. Masayoshi belongs to Japan and the organizer and chief executive officer of Soft Bank Mobile, and now working as a Chairman of Sprint Corporation.
  • Details: Behind this simple design is a building that consists of an 1170 square-foot porch, a tennis court, swimming pool, a unique library and an isolated building. This 900,000 square-foot mansion is a masterpiece. It’s beautiful gardens are ideal for the ceremonial purpose.

6. Silicon Valley Mansion

Silicon Valley Mansion

  • Location: Los Altos Hills, California
  • Value: $100 million
  • Owner: The famous Russian Entrepreneur, Financier, and physicist Yuri Borisovich Milner is the owner of Silicon Valley Mansion. He is the founder of Mail.ru Group and have the net worth of US$ 3.1 billion.
  • Details: This one of the biggest mansion in the world is equipped with two dining rooms, a ballroom, an outdoor and indoor pool, 14 bathrooms, and also free space of 25,000 square-feet. Now that’s a true definition for an arm and a leg !

5. Maison de L’Amitie

Maison de L’Amitie

  • Location: Palm Beach, Florida
  • Value: $95 million
  • Owner: Maison de L’Amitie belongs to Dmitry Rybolovlev, who also become the owner of Monaco’s football team in 2011. Dmitry is a famous Russian investor and businessman with net worth US$ 8.5 billion!
  • Details: The Russian Billionaire in 2008 purchased the beach house from American property mogul, Donald Trump for $95 million. The spacious mansion includes 18 bedrooms, 475-foot-long beach, gold and diamond accessories, and a parking space capacity of 50 cars! Decor is extremely attractive because it contains hyper-luxury furniture, diamond and gold accessories.

4. One57 – Manhattan, New York

One57 – Manhattan, New York

  • Location: Manhattan, New York
  • Value: $90 million
  • Owner: William Albert Ackman the owner of One57 is the CEO and founder of Pershing Square Capital Management LP. He is also an American hedge-fund manager.
  • Details: One57 is the 90-story huge building containing 6 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms and a winter garden which is enclosed in 51-foot wide glass. These 6 bedrooms are located on the 75th and 76th floor of One57, where the glass walls provide the clear view of Central Park and Midtown Manhattan. With that view I can stay in bed with my coffee for years!

3. Promised Land

Promised Land

  • Location: Montecito, California
  • Value: $90 million
  • Owner: Oprah Gail Winfrey, the owner of Promised Land, is an American famous talk show host, actress, producer, media proprietor and a contributor. Her Oprah Winfrey Show was the highest-rated program of its kind in history.
  • Details: Promised Land, which is on a 42-acre area, consists of 6 bedrooms, 14 bathrooms, 10 fireplaces, more than 600 rose bushes, theater, a tennis court, beautiful artificial pond and tea house. This building also contains a manmade lack having fishes in it, an entertainment area and also a huge guesthouse with a pool. I love that woman!

2. 15 Central Park West Penthouse

15 Central Park West Penthouse

  • Location: New York
  • Value: $88 million
  • Owner: Ekaterina Dmitrievna Rybolovleva the owner of 15 Central Park West Penthouse is a daughter of Russian entrepreneur. She is the studying at an undisclosed university of U.S.
  • Details: 15 Central Park West Penthouse consists of 10 rooms including 4 bedrooms, 2 wood burning fireplaces with a wraparound terrace, wine cellars and lofty windows and ceilings. This house contains two distinct entrances and full-time staff to take care of this building.

1. Duke Semans Mansion

Duke Semans Mansion

  • Location: Fifth Avenue, Manhattan, New York
  • Value: $44 million
  • Owner: Carlos Slim Helú, the owner of Duke Semans Mansion, is a Mexican businessman and investor. He attains his capital from considerable holdings in the number of Mexican companies.
  • Details: This is 8 stories high building which includes basement and first-floor containing limestone veneer, the roof is made up of red tiling, and floor bricks have heavy limestone trim. This house contains staircase on the top floor that leads to rooftop balcony. The builders design the building in a way to facilitate installation of an elevator in future at every floor.

Most expensive houses in the world belong to the richest people in the world. These homes are different from regular homes because they contain beautiful interior, artwork of wood, gold and fine marble, in short these are all masterpiece!


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