18-19 Kensington Gardens
10) 18-19 Kensington Gardens – $128 Million:
18-19 Kensington Gardens, located in London, is the most expensive home in the world, with a price tag of $128 million. The 12-bedroom property has a private pool and spa, a fitness center, and multiple terraces. It also boasts a ballroom and four dining rooms. The house is approximately 55,000 square-foot built in the 19th century.
Owned by Lakshmi Mittal, who is the Chairman & CEO of the world’s largest steel-making company, Arcelor Mittal. The neighbors of Lakshmi Mittal are Prince William and Kate Middleton.
Estimated value: $128 Million
Location: London, England
Owner: Lakshmi Mittal
Palazzo di Amore
09) Palazzo di Amore- $195 million:
Owned by one of the very successful real estate entrepreneurs, Jeff Green, this house looks like a holiday resort located in Beverly Hills, California. With this, it is of course one of the largest private residences in the world.
Palazzo di Amore has a total area of 53-000 square feet with 12 bedrooms, 23 bathrooms, swimming pools with waterfall views, and a movie theatre.
Estimated value: $195 million
Location: California, United States
Owner: Jeff Greene
08) Ellison Estate- $200 million:
Another one of the most expensive houses in the world in California is Ellison Estate, whose owner is one of the world’s richest men, Larry Ellison, co-founder of Oracle. It is one massive property having 10 different properties inside it with an extraordinary man-made lake, tea house, and bathhouse.
Situated in Woodside, California, this incredible property has one of the most expensive trees in the world including, maples, cherry blossoms., oaks and redwoods.
Estimated value: $200 million
Location: California, United States
Owner: Larry Ellison
Four Fairfield Pond
07) Four Fairfield Pond- $248 million:
It is hard to believe that we are talking about the world’s most expensive houses and New York doesn’t come into the picture. Here is it, Four Fairfield Pond is another example of a high-end home in New York having an area of 63 acres with 29 bedrooms, 39 bathrooms, 3 swimming pools, a tennis court, and most interesting is 91 feet long dining room which can accommodate 105 people easily.
Owned by Ira Rennert, the founder of the Renco group, which is a holding investment company in manufacturing and smelting.
Estimated value: $248 million
Location: New York, United States
Owner: Ira Rennert
The Odeon Tower Penthouse
06) The Odeon Tower Penthouse- $330 million:
This penthouse in Monaco gives you a clear view of the beautiful blue Mediterranean Sea. This house has its own infinity pool. The total area is 35 square feet with 5 floors is the personification of a luxury lifestyle that is beyond imagination.
It is situated within the Golden Citadel of Monte Carlo and was designed by the famous architect Alexandre Giraldi wherein The Odeon Tower Penthouse is established by Groupe Marzocco.
Estimated value: $330 million
Owner: A project by Groupe Marzocco
Les Palais Bulles
05) Les Palais Bulles – $385 million:
Here, we have something different in the list of Wolrd’s most expensive houses. Les Palais Bulles is not like any other expensive house in the world, its shape and structure is very unique and worth keeping this on the list with views overlooking the Mediterranean sea.
Les Palais is also called “Bubble Palace”, because it looks like a huge, peach-colored bubble, as a circular building. The inspiration to build this house came from mans earliest dwellings.
Estimated value: $385 million
Location: Cannes, France
Owner: Pierre Cardin
Villa Les Cèdres
04) Villa Les Cèdres- $4.3 million:
Number 4th on the list of the most expensive house is which was built for the King of Belgium in 1830. This villa has a total area of 18,000 square-foot with an estimated worth of $ 430 million.
Owned by Rinat Akhmetov, this villa has 14 bedrooms, a 3,000 book-holding library, an Olympic-sized swimming pool, a ballroom, and a stable which can accommodate 30 horses.
Estimated value: $4.3 million
Location: Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat, France
Owner: Rinat Akhmetov
03) Villa Leopolda- $750 million:
Amongst the top three most expensive houses in the world Villa Leopolda- is owned by Lily Safra, a Brazilian philanthropist., though this villa has several notable owners.
This 50- acre spectacular house is situated in the Frances Alps-Maritime department with 11 bedrooms, 14 bathrooms, a commercial greenhouse, and whatnot. This amazing Villa Leopolda was featured in the 1955 film: To Catch a Thief.
Estimated value: $750 million
Location: French Riviera, France
Owner: Lily Safra
02) Antilia- $2.2 billion:
Second on the list is the gorgeous Antilla, owned by the richest person in India, Mukesh Ambani, the Chairman & Managing Director of Reliance Industries Limited. It is spread over 400,000 square feet having 27 floors, in which 6 floors are dedicated to family, 6 story parking, 2 story health center, 50 seat home theatre, and 3 roof-top helicopter pads.
Antilla, irrespective of its huge height, is constructed in a way that it can withstand huge earthquakes of magnitude 8.
Estimated value: $2.2 billion
Location: Mumbai, India
Owner: Mukesh Ambani
01) Buckingham Palace- $4.9 billion:
Buckingham Palace, the official London residence of the British Royal Family, is the most expensive house in the world. It showcases 775 rooms, including 188 staff rooms, 52 royal, and guest bedrooms, 78 bathrooms, and 92 offices. The garden in Buckingham is 40 acres alone.
Buckingham Palace is open to the public for a visit and is a major tourist attraction in London as it holds great history and cultural significance.
Estimated value: $4.9 billion
Location: London, UK
Owner: Queen of England