A luxurious home is a dream home for the wealthy and famous. Villas large with stunning sea views, private rooms, helipad and a private pool in the basement. Famous stars have access to top-of-the-line dream homes. Sometimes, a property can cost a double-digitmillion. These are the top residential properties in the world.
Antilia, Mumbai (India).
It is the most expensive single-family home on Earth. Antilia, which is located in India, is owned by billionaire MukeshAmbani. This building was built by Mukesh Ambani, one of the 50 wealthiest people in the world. It is more than 170m high and cost over 750 millions euros. It featured swimming pools, a cinema, six-story parking garage and a library. There were also helipads. The building complex also includes a terrace with large gardens. The architects chose large rooms. Antilia has only 27 floors. A normal skyscraper this size can accommodate at least 50 floors.
Villa Leopolda in Villefranche-sur-Mer (France)
It is also one the most expensive residential properties in the world. It is currently occupied by Lily Safra, an entrepreneur. It was estimated to cost half a million euros. The complex was inherited by the Brazilian from her husband. The banker was wealthy. There is plenty of space in this property, which covers 2700m2 plus some outbuildings. The property also includes a swimming pool and large park. There are also olive groves, a large heliport, and a large garden. This magnificent work was constructed by the Belgian King Leopold I in 1902. Later, it became Giovanni Agnelli's property. He was the Fiat group's owner and later sold the house on to Edmond Safra, a Lebanese banker. It was inherited by his wife after his death.
Fair Field in Sagaponack
The home boasts 10,000 square feet of living area. This home has 39 bathrooms, 29 bedrooms, and a nearly 30 meter-long dining room. There are also three swimming pools, three basketball courts, and residential oases. At least 225 million euros is the estimated value. The complex is located right on the Atlantis shore in New York and is owned by Ira Rennert, an entrepreneur. The five-member family lives in the enormous house. Although the term "residential building" is not very favorable, it has a living area of 5,900 square metres.
Kensington Palace Gardens, London (England).
The building was once home to the Russian and Egyptian embassies. The house is now owned by Lakshmi Mittal, an Indian billionaire. Research shows that he has spent more than 200 million euros to buy the house. The villa has 12 bedrooms. Kensington Palace is one of the most luxurious streets within the English capital. It is not open to pedestrian traffic for safety reasons. It is home to many important embassies, as well as the homes of Leonard Blavatnik, the Ukrainian billionaire. Here, the Sultan of Brunei and the Saudi royal family live.