Homes symbolize luxury in their exclusiveness and considered most expensive high end properties across the globe
September 21, 2017
A beautiful garden, classy interior or a green backyard, what comes to your mind we talk about luxurious homes? These homes symbolize luxury in their exclusiveness and considered most expensive high end properties across the globe. You will find many luxurious amenities in these homes that you have ever encountered in your life. Let’s talk about some amazing home.
1. Anitalla- Mumbai India
A 27 storey mansion is considered modern Taj Mahal of India. This 40,000 square house is belongs to Mukesh Ambani, fifth richest man in the world. The net worth of property e net worth of the house is $1 billion and installed with every luxury amenities you have ever dreamed about.
2. Villa leopolda
This beautiful traditional home was built in 1902 by King Leopold and constructed in 1902 for his mistress balnche zella. It is 80,000 square feet that is situated on the French Rivera. The house is divided into two guest houses on the 20 acres. The private beach front makes it more explosive than rest. The house has 14 bathrooms and 11 bedrooms and giant gardens and many more luxurious properties. Property net worth is $506 million.
3.The penthouse in London
London is famous for classic homes built in 20th century. The apartment is worth of $200 million and spread across 6000 pounds per square feet. This property is situated in Hyde Park and considered the most expensive apartment across the globe.
4. Fairfield Pond
The $170 million worth mansion is located in the Hamptons in the NY, and considered largest residential house in the US. The house gained popularity due to separate bowling alley and hot tub of worth $150000.
5. Heart mansion
This property was used in the movie ‘Godfather’.This house is the perfect from all aspects located on the central coast of California, United States. The mansion was built by a well known lawyer William Randolph in 1976. The house is spread on the 6 hectares of land in the Berevely hills.
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