Life has made us believe in dreams and dreams happen to be the most magical aspect of our brains. We have dreamt about having a good life, a handsome boyfriend, a high-tech car and of course a house of our own, named after us. There is a huge diversity when it comes to homes. The exterior and interior designers have gained an upper hand with the different pattern of houses and manifold architectures flowing in. Just for your knowledge, we’ve listed down the world’s most expensive and dreamy houses to make you shape your budget accordingly if at all you ever dreamt of owning a resplendent house:
1.Buckingham Palace, London/UKThe residence of the Queen of England, of course, owns the most expensive house in the world. We know it’s not a house but rather a palace. The pictures of the inside have always got us awe-struck with the exquisite interiors and vintage look. The Palace comprises of 775 rooms, 188 staff rooms, 52 royal and guest bedrooms, 92 offices, 78 bathrooms, and 19 staterooms imparting it a complete royal look.
2. Antilia, Mumbai/ IndiaYou know to whom this property belongs to, none other than the greatest businessman, Mukesh Ambani. Antilia covers an area of 400,000 square foot of the Cumballa Hills, Altamont Road. It is designed by the famous architects of Chicago, Perkins, and Wills. The building consists of 27 floors with each floor appearing no lesser in area than a two-story building. Imagine what a giant home it is!
3.Villa Leopolda, Cote D’Azure/FranceA Brazilian Philanthropist, Lily Safra owns the 50 acres wide estate. Alfred Hitchcock’s classic To Catch a Thief had its shooting held at this mansion.
4. Villa Les Cèdres, French RivieraBuilt for the king of Belgium, this dreamy palace dates back to 1830 and it costs a mammoth $410 million. The 18,000 square feet home consists of everything that a palace has.
5. Four Fairfield Pond | Sagaponack, New YorkThe 63-acre property belongs to the owner of the Renco Group, Ira Renner - one who deals with auto manufacturing and smelting parts. The mansion holds its own power plant making it one of the most expensive homes in the world.
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