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    World's Most Expensive Homes

    Published: April 10, 2019

    World's Most Expensive Homes

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    World's Most Expensive Homes

    • 1. Slide1 World's Most Expensive Homes
    • 2. Rare Detached House on the Peak (Hong Kong) Built in 1991, the two-story home on Middle Gap Road is equipped with four bedrooms, four full baths, and one half bath. In the backyard, a circular swimming pool overlooks a canopy of verdant parkland. Few details have been released about this behemoth beauty. Rare Detached House on the Peak (Hong Kong)
    • 3. Kensington Palace Gardens, London Lakshmi Mittal, the king of steel or the king of iron, is hosting this "Kensington Palace." He took £ 89.4 million for 57 million liras. Bernie Ecclestone, a British business expert, He says he has the same stones as Taj Mahal. Kensington Palace Gardens, London
    • 4. Fleur de Lys Mansion, Los Angeles The Fleur de Lys Mansion was sold at a price of close to 100 million and was awarded the title of home for sale at Los Angeles County. First, in 2007, the first owners, David and Suzanne Saperstein's property renewed when he finished the divorced and moved. L.A. According to the Times, the owner of the current mansion, who pays in full cash and chooses to remain anonymous, is said to be the owner of Michael Milken. Fleur de Lys Mansion, Los Angeles
    • 5. Xanadu 2.0, Medina, Washington Bill Gates, Microsoft's co-founder and the second richest man in the world, time spent seven years building this beautiful. Technological house and said he didn't regret building Xanadu 2.0, a modern but rustic high-tech product worth $ 125.5. Xanadu 2.0, Medina, Washington
    • 6. Beverly House, Beverly Hills, California Located three blocks from Sunset Boulevard, Beverly House is on sale in the market for $ 135 million. And if you want to stay as a tenant, you have to pay $ 600,000 per month. It consists of 6 acres of land and is a large house with an H-shaped structure. Beverly House, Beverly Hills, California
    • 7. Palazzo di Amore, Beverly Hills, California Real estate company Jeff Greene wanted to sell the 25 acres of land in Beverly Hills for $ 195 million, which was the most expensive selling price. The Palazzo di Amore is a Mediterranean-style villa with an area of 53,000 square meters. Palazzo di Amore, Beverly Hills, California
    • 8. Fair Field, Sagaponack, New York Residents complained about the project in Southampton in 1991 and thought it was a bad idea to cover a huge area of 55,000 square meters. But the case failed and Rennert built the house anyway, but now Southampton houses cannot be more than 20,000 square meters. Fair Field, Sagaponack, New York
    • 9. Penthouse, Monaco The rich and bright 49-storey Tour Odéon building, though under construction, would be one of the most expensive buildings in the world. According to CNNMoney, the 35,500 square meter apartment is expected to be sold in millions of dollars. The 560-meter skyscraper will be the second highest building of the Mediterranean skyline when completed. Penthouse, Monaco
    • 10. Villa Leopolda, France When Russian billionaire Mikhail Prokhorov tried to buy Villa Leopolda in 2008, he tried to buy it at a value equal to approximately $ 750 million at the time, and he succeeded. It was built in 1902 by King Leopold II of Belgium, who gave him a present for one of his mistresses. Lebanese banker Edmond Safra bought property in 1988 and left it in 1999 when widow Lily Safra died in a fires fire. Villa Leopolda, France
    • 11. Antilia, Mumbai, India Antilia House which is named after the mythical island in Atlantic is a twenty-seven floor (173m) building completed in Mumbai for Indian Businessman Mukesh Ambani, Chairman of Reliance Industries. The family will occupy about 400,000 square fees (37,000 square meter), making it the largest home in the world. According to Reliance Industries, Antilia cost between US$500-700 million to build. Antilia, Mumbai, India
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