Ever ponder where the world's most extravagant, most influential individuals live? All things considered, ponder no more on the grounds that here are the 9 priciest and fanciest homes on the planet.
17 Upper Phillimore Gardens
This five-story Victorian manor which used to be a 10-room private academy turned chateau has been named the most costly house on the planet. The property has been esteemed at a challenging $1.58 billion. This exquisite home is situated at 17 Upper Phillimore Gardens in Kensington, a well-to-do metropolitan locality in London. The chateau has a sauna, exercise center, film and an underground pool. It's amazing interiors include vintage goods, extremely valuable bits of craftsmanship, hardwood floors, marble columns, and metal and gold accents.
17 Upper Phillimore Gardens is owned by Olena Pinchuk, daughter of Leenid Kuchma, Ukraine's second president. She purchased the property in 2008 for $127 million.
Kensington Palace Gardens - Roman Abramovich
Chelsea manager Roman Abramovich's property on London's Billionaire Row is esteemed at $140 million. Billionaire's Row is a name given to Kensington Palace Gardens in West London. The house is relied upon to include an underground expansion with an auto exhibition hall and a tennis court.
Kensington Palace Gardens - Lakshmi Mittal
Additionally on Billionaire's Row is this $222 million home claimed by Lakshmi Mittal, one of the 100 richest men in the world (as per Forbes) and is the head of Arcelor Mittal, the biggest producer of steel on the planet.
18-19 Kensington Palace Gardens sits nearby the home of acclaimed royals, Prince William and Kate Middleton. It has 12 rooms, a parking spot that houses 20 vehicles, an indoor pool, and Turkish showers
Hearst Castle is a 27-room mansion situated in San Simeon, California. Esteemed at $191 million, the manor was built by the nation's first paper head honcho, William Randolph Hearst. The stronghold was utilized as a location in the motion picture, The Godfather. It additionally facilitated numerous well known figures since the beginning and that incorporates John and Jackie Kennedy, Winston Churchill, and Clark Gable. Hearst Castle is presently a vacation and legacy site and is a part of the California Park System.
This $200 million house is claimed by the third richest man on the planet (as indicated by Forbes) and prime stakeholder of Oracle, Larry Ellison. In this 23-section of land property are 10 structures, a shower house, tea house, koi lake, and a man-made lake.
Four Fairfield Pond
Tycoon Ira Rennert of Renco Group claims the biggest private compound in the United States. Situated in Sagaponack, New York, her 29-room home sits on 63 sections of land of land and has its own special power plant. The huge house esteemed at $248.5 million, has 39 washrooms, 3 swimming pools, a b-ball court, rocking the bowling alley back road, squash courts, tennis courts, and a 91-foot long lounge area.
The Villa La Leopolda is a huge estate in Villefranche-sur-Mer, in the Alpes-Maritimes division on the French Riviera. The manor is divided into 18 sections of land. As indicated by Variety, the 50-section of land has "a green house, a swimming pool and pool house, an open air kitchen, helipad, and a visitor house bigger than the manors of tycoons".
This $1 billion structure in Mumbai, India is claimed by the richest man in Asia, Mukesh Ambani, executive of Reliance Industries. Antilia is a 27-story, 400,000-square-foot building. It has 3 helipads and 6 underground floors and requires a 600-man staff for its support. As of November 2014, it is considered to be the world's most costly private property, after Buckingham Palace, which is assigned as a British crown property. Antilia is in this way the world's most costly private habitation, estimated at over $2 billion. It is situated on Altamount Road, Cumballa Hill in Mumbai. The building is named after the mythic island Antilas (with two Ls).
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