THE MOST EXPENSIVE HOMES EVER CONSTRUCTED
Added on: 12th Oct 2016
THE PINNACLE, MONTANA
(PRICE: £128 MILLION)
Located in the Rocky Mountains in Montana, the Pinnacle is
the largest and most expensive ski lodge in the Yellowstone
Club, a private residential club, ski resort and golf resort
whose members are for example Bill Gates, Ben Affleck
and Justin Timberlake. Offering the ultimate luxury of a
mountain resort, the 53,000 square foot estate is
estimated to be worth £128 million.
ELLISON ESTATE, CALIFORNIA
(PRICE: £165 MILLION)
In 2004, Larry Ellison, an American internet entrepreneur,
businessman and philanthropist, built his 23 acre
Japanese style property in Woodside, California. Featuring
10 buildings, a man man lake, koi pond, tea house and bath
house, this luxury estate was once worth £165 million.
PARK PLACE, U.K.
(PRICE: £179 MILLION)
In 2011, Andrey Borodin, a Russian financial expert, economist
and businessman, purchased the Park Place, one of
Britain´s most expensive homes, for £179 million. Located in
Berkshire, this 18th century country house has 30,000
square feet of living space but the sale also included about
200 acres of the parklands, listed monuments, house,
cottages, stables and a boat house.
ONE HYDE PARK, U.K.
(PRICE: £182 MILLION)
Ukraine’s richest man, Rinat Akhmetov, paid a staggering
£182 million for an apartment in the One Hyde Park
development in Knightsbridge’s, exclusive residential
and retail district in central London. Akhmetov purchased
two properties on the seventh and eighth floor of the
luxury residential complex. The apartment has an area of
25,000 square feet and its walls are made from
Bullet proof glass.
6 KENSINGTON PALACE GARDENS, U.K.
(PRICE: £183 MILLION)
In 2008, Lakshmi Mittal, an Indian steel magnate, bought the
Building, 6 Kensington Palace Gardens for £183 million from
Noam Gottesman for his son Aditya. The four story house
has at least five bedroom suites plus extensive servants’
quarters and is described as an institutional neo-Georgian
building typical of a type built from the 1920’s onwards.
It was sold furnished and with an art collection.
FAIRFIELD, NEW YORK
(PRICE: £204 MILLION)
The Fairfield property is located in the town of Sagaponack,
New York and is owned by Ira Rennert, an American investor
and businessman. One of the largest homes in the US,
the estate is worth a whopping £204 million. Occupying
an enormous 62,000 square foot, the house has 29
bathrooms, 39 bedrooms, a 91 foot long dining room,
a bowling alley, a basketball court, a 164 seat theatre,
100 car garage and more.
VILLA LEOPOLDA, FRANCE
(PRICE: £618 MILLION)
Located in the Alpes-Maritimes department on the renowned
French Riviera, the Villa Leopolda is a large detached villa
built in 1931. Boasting astonishing botanical gardens that
have to be maintained by 50 gardeners, the villa was
wanted by the Russian billionaire Mikhail Prokhorov who
made several attempts to buy it from its current owner, the
Lebanese born Swiss banker Safra but eventually, he
withdrew from the sale. Back then in 2008, the villa was
listed at £618 million.
(PRICE: £823 MILLION)
With an official price of an astronomical £823 million, the world´s
most expensive home is Antilia, a private residence in
Mumbai, India. Owned by Mukesh Ambani, an Indian
businessman magnate, this 27 storey house needs a
staff of 600 to maintain the residence. Designed to survive
an 8 Richter scale earthquake, Antilia has 48,000 square foot
of living space, multi-story garage with space for 168 cars,
three helipads on the roof and more.