Top 10 Most Expensive Houses in The World

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House, where people live in, are almost the biggest part of their wealth. Imagine the biggest parts of the world’s richest billionaires. If you have a knack for architecture or luxurious properties. Most of the large houses are set under the categories of official residences, destinations of some tours, compounds and more.
This article comprises the world’s most expensive mansions.

10. 7 Upper Phillimore Gardens – $128 Million

Olena Pinchuk owns this House, who is the daughter of Leonid Kuchma the former President of Ukraine and she is married to Victor Pinchuk a Ukraine philanthropist and business personal. Olena is the founder of ANTIAIDS Foundation and Head of the Supervisory Board of the Ukraine-based media group Starlight Media. The house is situated in London, and it used to be a ten bedroom preparatory school, but now it’s turned into a mansion with underground swimming pool, panic room, cinema, gym and even a sauna. The floor is marbled, and the whole house is filled with artworks and gold decors.

9. Kensington Palace Gardens – $140 Million

This house belongs to Roman Abramovich a Russian-based business person, politician, and investor he is the primary owner of the company Millhouse LLC, which invests in various sector. He is best known because he is the owner of Premier League Team Chelsea Football Club. Abramovich is a billionaire considered as 12th Richest Person in Russia. His house located in London and from outside it looks beautiful, and there is also an underground extension that supports facilities like health center, auto museum, and a tennis court.

8. Seven The Pinnacle – $155 Million

It is the most expensive home in Yellowstone Club where it is believed the rich people dwell. This property belongs to Tim Blixseth, who is famous American real estate developer, a timber baron, songwriter and record producer he is also the co-founder of the Yellowstone Club in Montana. It is the largest of all the houses in Yellowstone Club with private ski and ski lift, golf community, a gym, wine cellar, electric heated floor and multiple pools.

7. Hearst Castle – from $165 million to $191 million

It is just a castle which is situated in San Simeon California belong to William Randolph Hearst American newspaper magnet;The 56-bedroom castle hosted many celebrities, like Winston Churchill, Clark Gable, John and Jackie Kennedy, etc. As it was John Kennedy’s choice for his and Jackie Kennedy’s honeymoon. As one of William Randolph Hearst’s trustees’ properties, the castle is considered as a heritage and tourist site of the California Park System.

6. Ellison Estate – $ 200 million

Ellison Estate belongs to American business person Larry Ellison, who is the co-founder of Oracle Corporation. This house is referred to as an astonishing house just because of its location in a scenically beautiful place; there are ten luxurious buildings and the property stretches about 23 acres. Ther is a koi pond, a bathing house, a tea house and numerous Zen alike things present there as Larry was inspired from the Samurai era.

5. Four Fairfield Pond – $248 Million

Situated in New York, this property is one of the expensive property in the United States neighborhood. It stretches 63 acres belongs to American business personal and investor Ira Rennert considered to hold nation’s largest private industrial empire. This house has all the facilities with 29 bedrooms,39 bathrooms a 91-foot long dining hall, a basketball court bowling alley, squash and tennis courts and three swimming pools.

4. The White House – $320 million

Located in Washington, D.C., the White House is the official residence and principal workplace of the President of the United States. It was designed by Irish-born James Hoban and built between 1792 and 1800, adopting the Neoclassical style. Since John Adams in 1800, the White House has been the official residence of every US president. Of course, the house can not be on sale or hit the market. The house draws its worth from its historical value.

3. Villa Leopolda – $736 Million

Villa Leopolda situated in Cote D’ Azure in France is one of the known property in the world that costs half a billion. Lily Safra own it who is a Brazilian philanthropist and socialite. This mansion was used by Alfred Hitchcock to shoot the film To Catch a Thief.

2. Antila – $1 Billion

It is situated in Mumbai; India is considered as the most expensive house in the world, owned by Mukesh Ambani, one of the world richest business personnel and chairperson and managing director of Reliance Industries Limited.This house is 27 storeys long and covers 400,000 sq ft with three helicopter pads, six underground parking floors and requires 600 persons to maintain it.

1. Buckingham Palace – $1.56 Billion

Buckingham Place is the headquarters of Governor monarchs of the United Kingdoms, which is located in the City of Westminister, the palace holds many state occasions and royal hospitality. The castle contains 830,000 sq ft of floor space with a total of 775 rooms divided into 78 bathrooms, 92 offices,188 staff bedrooms, 52 principal bedrooms and 19 staterooms; there is also rooms for cinema, own post office, doctor’s surgery, jeweler’s workshop and swimming pool.