Ever dreamed of having your very own saloon, bowling alley, interior pool and other crazy and beautiful things ? Well, in this article we’re going to show you the world’s biggest, most luxurious and most expensive houses in the world.
10. MOUNTAIN HOME ROAD, WOODSIDE, CALIFORNIA ($117.5 Mil )
This house is owned by Masayoshi Son ( the second richest Japanese in the world ), and can be considered a small community as it has a huge library, pool and tennis court.
9. XANADU 2.0, SEATTLE, WASHINGTON ($120.5 Mil )
The house is owned by the richest man in the world, Bill Gates. It took 7 years to build, the house has a huge fitness gym, and a big interior pool, among other stuff that are too many to list here.
8. BLOSSOM ESTATE, PALM BEACH, FLORIDA ($130 Mil)
This extravagant mansion is owned by Ken Griffin and it is the perfect place to relax. The mansion has a tennis court – of course – and its very own marina.
7. BROKEN O RANCH, AUGUSTA ($132.5 Mil )
The price is just an estimate because the real price is protected by the law and cannot be found out. It has many horse stables and can house up to 4500 horses.
6. ELLISON ESTATE, WOODSIDE, CALIFORNIA ($200 Mil )
Named after the owner and founder of Oracle, Larry Ellison, the house was built in Japanese style and it has its very own artificial lake.
5. ONE HYDE PARK, LONDON, U.K. ($221 Mil)
Here you can find the most extravagant and expensive apartments and on the inside you can find just about anything you can think of to relax, have fun and work out!
4. KENSINGTON PALACE GARDENS, LONDON, U.K. ($222 Mil )
This luxurious home is owned by Tamara, the daughter of Formula 1 billionaire, Bernie Ecclestone. The home has its own bowling alley and night club because Tamara likes to party.
3. VILLA LEOPOLDA, VILLEFRANCHE-SUR-MER, FRANCE ($750 Mil)
Named after King Leopold II of Belgium, this is the most expensive and biggest villa i the world.
2. ANTILLA, MUMBAI, INDIA ($1 billion )
Mukesh Ambani, one of the richest men in India, built his own skyscraper for which he paid $1 billion. It has 6 levels parking, and a helipad. The man employed 600 people just to maintain the building.
1. BUCKINGHAM PALACE ($1.55 billion )
Buckingham Palace is the most expensive home in the world, the home of Queen Elizabeth II. The Palace was built in 1703, it has 775 rooms, 52 bedrooms, 78 bathrooms, 280 office rooms and many other spaces. This is a palace fit for a king, or Queen.