[ecis2016.org] Mentioned is a list of the most expensive houses in the world that you should know
Houses are a once-in-a-lifetime purchase for most of us. We cherish our houses and love them dearly. Most of us struggle to buy houses. Even if it is a studio apartment, we take care of it with great care, just like we would with a massive country house.
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Some houses are definitely out of our grasp. These expensive houses in the world are homes to the elite families of the world. Looking at the list price of some of these houses, we are sure that some countries are worth less than what it costs to buy these places. Some are palaces, some are mansions, and some are skyscrapers. On that note, let’s look at some of the most expensive homes in the world.
A definitive list of the 5 most expensive house in the world 2022
5. Four fairfield pond, New York ($248 Million)
Valued at quarter billion, this extravagant residence is owned by junk bond connoisseur and founder of the Renco Group, Ira Renner. This house is a shining example of luxurious home design. The house covers over 63 acres of land and is fitted with 29 bedrooms with an overwhelming 39 bathrooms! Not only that, it consists of a massive dining room that spans nearly 91 feet. A few recreational spaces in the mansion are a basketball court, tennis and squash courts, a bowling alley and not two but three swimming pools. It also has a 164 seat home theatre and a massive garage that can hold nearly a hundred cars!
4. Villa les cèdres, France ($450 Million)
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This house deserves to be on this list of the most expensive places in the world in 2022. Located in Saint Jean Cap Ferrat in France, this house was built way back in 1830. A house that is fit for a king was purchased by the King of Belgium, Leopold II, in 1904. The 18,000 square foot house features 10 large bedrooms that face the sea. With over 35 acres of gardens on the property, this house is a botanist’s dream. Some quirks of this residence include a ballroom, paintings dated back to the 19th century and crystal chandeliers. It has a large stable that can house about 30 adult horses. With an Olympic-size swimming pool and a library with a vast collection of over 3,000 books, this residence has something for everyone.
3. Villa Leopolda, France ($750 Million)
Another luxurious residence once belonging to King Leopold II of Belgium, this house located on the French Riviera is at par, if not more elegant than the last house on our list. Built on about 50 acres of land, this house features 19 luxurious rooms with 14 elegantly designed bathrooms. The place consists of an array of sports courts. The garden, which is spread out all across the property, consists of various lemon and orange trees. With antique artwork and valuable materials, this house fits the bill as one of the most expensive houses in the world.
2. Antilia, Mumbai ($1 Billion)
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Owned by one of the richest men globally, this skyscraper is located in one of the most expensive areas to live in the world. Mukesh Ambani, the chairman of Reliance Industries, worked painstakingly to design the house so that it catered to all the needs of a billionaire. The 27-storey building requires 600 staff to operate. Six floors in the building are specialised parking spaces to hold 168 cars. It is fitted with a health spa, 3 swimming pools and a ballroom. It features 3 helipads on the terrace and bizarrely, it features a ‘snow room’ that helps the Ambani family escape from the sweltering Mumbai heat.
1. The Buckingham Palace, London ($2.9 Billion)
The residence of the Queen of England, Buckingham Palace, ranks first in this list of the most expensive houses in the world by 2022. It is the richest house in the world, not without reason. This house consists of a total of 775 rooms. 188 of these rooms are dedicated to staff who work in the palace. The other rooms are 19 staterooms, 52 deluxe bedrooms, 92 offices, and a whopping 78 bathrooms. The palace’s gardens alone are massive, covering an area of 40 acres.
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