Top 10 Most Expensive Houses in the World

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Materialistic pleasures are so treasured in today’s world that very few people stop to think about other virtues in life. When it comes to living, some people live comfortably, others live extravagantly. Then there are these people who reside in the lap of luxury-literally!

1. Antilla

The most expensive house in the world is in India, owned by Mukesh Ambani. It is worth a whopping 1 billion dollars and has 27 floors. The house has a plush health club and a garage that can hold over 150 cars. Why? Just because this business tycoon has a personal collection of 168 cars. The house is made entirely of glass and is 570 feet tall.

2. William Randolph Hearst’s Mansion

This house was initially owned by William Randolph Hearst and has three swimming pools, 29 bedrooms as well as a state of the art movie theater and discotheque. The mansion was put up for sale since 2007 and taken off a year later when nobody showed any interest in it.  It is worth 165 million dollars and stretches across 6 acres of land.

3. Elena Franchuk’s Victorian Villa

This house is located in the Kensington district in London was bought recently for about 161 million dollars. This 5-storey house has a 10 bedroom villa, an indoor swimming pool, a panic room, move theater and a sauna plus gym.

4. The Penthouses at One Hyde Park

This house was still under construction the last time we checked. When it is completed, it will be the second most expensive house in the world with a net worth of 160 million dollars. It will be nestled within a skyscraper in London called One Hyde Park.


5. Aaron Spelling’s Manor

This mansion stands on land that stretches across 56,000 square feet of land. The net worth has been estimated at 150 million dollars and was built in 1991. It has 123 bedrooms, a tennis court, a skating rink, a bowling alley and several swimming pools.


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10 Responses

  1. OMOLADE ADEOYE

    am amazed.this is very good.it makes me jealous and i want to own one of this.

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  2. Derek

    These most expensive houses are stunning and unbelievable properties owned by some of the worlds wealthiest individuals. I wonder what are they worth now with the recession on the horizon? Btw some of these wealthy home owners are no longer billioners.

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  3. Olayiwola Samuel

    It is subtle cruelty to own such properties when
    1,000,000,000 children are living in poverty and every 30 seconds
    a child dies of malaria. Father God give me this wealth and I’ll use
    it to build your kingdom. Amen

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  4. roy

    these rich people don’t have brains. they can use this money to reduce poverty.
    that money would be priceless.

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  5. wasim

    u also be rich na then tell
    these people have taken risk in there lives..

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  6. Ariho nickson

    Those cribs are hot but next time try to the names of the owners of the houses

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  7. Hien Rockelman

    I’m surprised they did it now, but I was in favor of letting him go at the end of season anyway. I liked Reed, thought he did a great job, in a real tough stadium. But he seemed to have lost it this year. He may do fine elsewhere, but I can see why they cut him. Tomlin doesn’t over react to things, so I’m confident this is the best thing to do for the team.

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