Top 10 Most Expensive Homes In The World

5. Franchuk Villa

Franchuk Villa, Franchuk Villa most expensive home

Price: $161 Million

This London mansion was once a girls’ preparatory school before it was transformed into a home for Ukrainian businesswoman and philanthropist Elena Franchuk. Boasting 21,000 square feet of living space, 20 foot ceilings, an above average number of bedrooms – 10 to be exact – and other amenities like an indoor swimming pool and a private movie theater, the villa definitely meets the prerequisite of a multi-million dollar mansion.

4. The Hearst Mansion

The Hearst Mansion, Hearst Mansion

Price: $165 Million

A gift from his “mistress”, actress Marion Davies, newspaper tycoon William Randolph Hearst’s former mansion was created by architect Gordon Kaufmann who also happened to have played a role in designing the Hoover Dam. The estate has – just to name a few – 29 bedrooms, 40 bathrooms, a nightclub, a cinema, 2 tennis courts and a 75 foot long pool.

3. Fairfield Pond

Fairfield Pond, Fairfield Pond most expensive home

Price: $198 Million

Next on the list is billionaire Ira Rennert’s Hamptons home with its breathtaking view of the Atlantic. Built by Rennert himself, the 63 acre estate boasts over 100,000 square feet of buildings, 29 bedrooms, 29 bathrooms, squash courts, tennis courts and a basketball court

2. Villa Leopolda

Villa Leopolda, leopolda Villa

Price: $736 Million

Built by King Leopold II of Belgium in 1902, the estate is currently home to Russian billionaire Prokhorov who despite having lost billions – no thanks to the latest economic crisis – still had enough to buy himself this estate which, among many other things, features 27 stories, 19 bedrooms and 50 gardens.

1. Antilla

Antilla, most expensive home Antilla

Price: $1,000,000,000

Top of the charts is this 27-storey Mumbai house that is worth so much, it’s within the billions range and features practically anything imaginable like 6 floors of parking, a 4-storey garden, a fully equipped health level and even a ballroom level.

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