The world’s most expensive homes .
As the most expensive single-family home in the US, With 5 bedrooms and 9 bathrooms, and an indoor and outdoor pool (in case it rains, we guess), it’s all-in-all a pretty fancy house.
Fleur De Lys has 41,000 square feet and 15 bedrooms, but apparently no bathrooms, which we think is a huge oversight either by the architect or the person writing the articles we’re using as sources.
Here we are, finally, the most expensive residential real estate listing in the US. $150 million. Fel This house features 56,000 square feet, 123 rooms, a bowling alley, an ice rink and allegedly an entire wing devoted to Spelling’s wife’s wardrobe.
4. The Hearst Mansion
Location – california, usa
Cost – $165 Million
The Fourth Most ExpensiveHouse in the World. it was used in The Godfather. It has three swimming pools, 29 bedrooms , movie theater and, for some reason, a disco.
3. Fairfield Pond
Location – Sagaponack, NY
Cost – $198 Million
Currently valued that way due to its property taxes, this 67,000 square-foot main house has a basketball court, bowling alley, and a $160,000 hot tub. main house, have an Italianate facade, 29 bedrooms, and 39 bathrooms.The most valuable home in the US (according to Wikipedia).
2. Villa Leopolda
Location – French Riviera
Cost – $736 Million
that’s a big jump in cost. Built by King Leopold II of Belgium in 1902 and located on the French Riviera, this home was purchased by Russian billionaire Prokhorov, who is so rich he lost billions to the latest economic collapse and still had enough fun money to buy himself a $736 million dollar home. It has 27 stories, 19 bedrooms, and a rumored 50 full- time gardeners.
Location – mumbai, india
Cost – $ 1 billion
This is built by Indian billionaire Mukesh Ambani. Ambani spent around 5 percent of his fortune to build the house, This 40,000 square feet house has everything from a helipad to a swimming pool, health centre, Krishna temple, yoga studio, bar and library. In short, it has everything that a person wishes to have around him in a lifetime.