The most expensive homes from around the world aren’t only impressive in their worth.

They belong to individuals who have enough monetary resources to own their own countries.

These expensive homes range from large estates and apartments to entire apartment buildings.

Here are the world’s 11 most expensive homes.

1. The Buckingham Palace

The Buckingham Palace

Location: London
Value: $1.55 billion

It’s no secret who this $1.55 billion home belongs to.

Though technically a property of the British Sovereign, it is currently inhabited by Queen Elizabeth II.

She has ruled since February 6, 1952.

The mansion has 775 rooms with 19 state-rooms, 52 bedrooms, 188 staff rooms, 92 offices, and 78 bathrooms.

2. Antilia

Location: Mumbai, India
Value: $1 billion
Antilia is a 27-storey building that has an area of 400,000-square-foot.The home features six underground parking floors and three helicopter pads.It even requires 600 individuals to maintain it.

India’s richest man, Mukesh Ambani, is the owner of this unordinary home.

He has a net worth of $23.6 billion made from running Reliance Industries.

3. Villa Leopolda

Villa Leopolda

Location: Cote D’Azure, France
Value: $750 million

Villa Leopolda is a 50-acre estate owned by Lily Safra.

It features a commercial sized greenhouse, a swimming pool and pool house, an outdoor kitchen, and a helipad.

As well as a huge guest house that beats the largest of mansions.

Lily Safra is a Brazilian philanthropist and widow of Lebanese banker William Safra.

4. Four Fairfield Pond

Four Fairfield Pond

Location: Sagaponack, New York
Value: $248.5 million
This expensive home features its very own power plant.It rests on 63 acres and includes 29 bedrooms and 39 bathrooms.It also features a basketball court, bowling alley, squash courts, and tennis courts.

As well as three swimming pools, and a 91-foot long dining room.

The home belongs to Ira Rennert, owner of the Renco Group.

5. 18-19 Kensington Palace Gardens

18-19 Kensington Palace Gardens

Location: London
Value: $222 million
This home, which is located on London’s Billionaires Row, is considerably smaller and less expensive than the previous ones.It comes with only 12 bedrooms, Turkish baths, an indoor pool, and parking for 20 cars.Next door is the home of Britain’s favourite couple, Prince William and Kate Middleton.

18-19 is owned by Lakshmi Mittal, head of Arcelor-Mittal, the world’s largest steel manufacturer.

He is one of the 100 richest men in India.

6. One Hyde Park

One Hyde Park

Location: London
Value: $221 million

This 25,000 square feet apartment is located in the One Hyde Park development in Knightsbridge.

The luxury residence has walls made from bullet-proof glass.

It belongs to Ukraine’s richest man, Rinat Akhmetov.

7. Park Place

Park Place

Location: Berkshire, England
Value: $218 million

Park Place is a 30,000 square feet property built in the 18th century.

It comes with 200 acres of parklands, listed monuments, house, cottages, stables and a boat house.

The property was purchased by Andrey Borodin in 2011.

He is a Russian financial expert, economist and businessman.

8. Ellison Estate

Ellison Estate

Location: Woodside, California
Value: $200 million

Ellison Estate is a 23-acre property with 10 buildings.

The Japanese-inspired home features a man-made lake, koi pond, tea house, and bath house.

Larry Ellison is the owner of this soothing estate.

He is Co-founder of Oracle and the third-richest man in the world in 2013.

9. Hearst Castle

Hearst Castle

Location: San Simeon, California
Value: $191 million

This beautiful castle was used in the movie “The Godfather”.

It has hosted many famous figures including John and Jackie Kennedy, Clark Gable, and Winston Churchill.

The home, which has 27 bedrooms, was built by William Randolph Hearst.

Hearst built the United State’s largest newspaper chain.

Hearst Castle is currently a heritage and tourist site.

10. Seven the Pinnacle

Seven the Pinnacle

Location: Big Sky, Montana
Value: $155 million

Seven the Pinnacle is the largest property in the Yellowstone Club.

It includes heated floors, multiple pools, a gym, a wine cellar, and even its own ski lift.

The home is owned by Edra and Tim Blixseth.

Tim Blixseth is a real estate developer who cofounded the Yellowstone Club.


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