Last Updated on December 2, 2020
Did you know that the appeal for luxury and the desire to improve lifestyle is psychological? According to the YouGov Affluent survey conducted in 2017; consumers favor brands which fulfill their emotional desires of success.
The Luxe Redux study shows that luxury not only brings material satisfaction in one’s life but it also gives a feeling of success.
So, are you curious to know about the 10 most expensive houses in the world? Here they are!
Most Expensive Houses in the World
Located in London, The Buckingham palace holds the title for being the most expensive house in the world.
820,000 square feet in size, and comprising 775 rooms, 92 offices, 78 bathrooms and 52 guest bedrooms, it also comes with a garden of 40 acres. Its value is $2.9 billion.
Antilia, popular as the second most expensive house in world, it costs $1 billion. The owner of this house is the India’s richest man Ambani. It is a 27th floor building covering an area of 400,000 square feet. Six floors are for the family residence and its parking can accommodate 68 cars. Moreover, a complete floor is dedicated just for car servicing. Not just this, the house also has a dance studio and 3 helicopter pads.
The third most expensive property now owned by a widow, Lily Safra, designed with 11 bedrooms, 14 bathrooms, swimming pools, helipad and a commercial greenhouse. Occupying around 50 acres, this villa costs $750 million. In 1920, the villa was redesigned by an American Architect named Ogden Codman.
Villa les Cedres
Spotting the fourth luxury home, The Villa les Cedres comes with an estimated cost of $450 million. It engages an area of nearly 18,000 square feet and comprises of 14 bedrooms, a large stable and a huge Olympic sized swimming pool.
Les Palais Bulles
The property costs $390 million and is located in France. Popularly, it is known as the bubble palace because of having round rooms. The house features a 500 seat amphitheatre constructed on the hillside grounds, three swimming pools and plentiful gardens.
The Oden Tower
The most amazing feature of this penthouse is its spectacular waterslide with an infinity pool having a 360 degree view. This 35000 square feet has a value of $330 million.
Four Fairfield Pond
Situated in the New York City, this mansion is equipped with 91 foot dining room, 29 bedrooms and 39 bathrooms. Moreover, it has tennis, squash and basketball courts, three swimming pools and a bowling alley. This 63-acre house costs $248 million.
18–19 Kensington Gardens
The 18-19 kensington property standing at the billionaire’s row is owned by Lakshmi Mittal and is located in London. It contains 12 bedrooms with an indoor pool and also has a parking space which can accommodate up to 20 cars. Its value is $222 million.
Ellison estate is located in California and owned by one of the world’s richest person Larry Ellison. This $200 million estate has 10 different properties. Furthermore, it also contains expensive trees like maples, redwoods and cherry blossoms.
Palazzo di Amore
It can certainly be called as the luxury home as it resembles a beautiful resort. It has 12 bedrooms, tennis courts, 23 bathrooms, and also a large swimming pool having waterfalls. The house is owned by an American Politician Jeff Green. Costing $195 million, the palazzo covers an area of 53000 square feet.
So these were the exciting luxury most expensive homes which we all dream for, but living in them is only effortless for the billionaires.