Hey! Friends today we’ve got a list of the world’s 5 most expensive houses—modern castles, really—and the people lucky enough, and rich enough, to own them. So let’s have a look ……….
Buckingham Palace, Price – $1.55 Billion
The Queen’s London residence measures a colossal 828,821 sq ft and has 775 rooms over set over five floors. House contain a swimming pool . 40 acres of manicured gardens in this prime central London location alongside St James and Mayfair.
Antillia, Price – $1 Billion
The 400,000-square foot is closer to the size of a 40-story building. Contrary to many media reports, Antilia is not located in the slums. It sits Altamount Road, one of the most expensive addresses in the world. Antilia contains a multi-story garage with space for 168 cars.
Villa Leopolda, Price – $750 Million
The expansive Villa Leopolda is both the largest French villa in the world. Overlooking the Mediterranean, it was both a military hospital during WWI and a set for Alfred Hitchcock’s 1955 film, To Catch a Thief. In 2011, it was purchased by an anonymous Russian oligarch
Rutland Gate Mansion, Price – $436.5 Million
2–8a Rutland Gate is a large white stuccoed house originally built as a terrace of four houses in the mid 19th-century. A competition to redesign the house was held in 1982 and won by the architectural firm YRM. The present 2–8a Rutland Gate was built between 1985–7 replacing 2 Rutland Gate and 4-8a Rutland Gate, a group of 1930s houses.
Four Fairfield Pond, Price – $248.5 Million
This 29-bedroom home sits on 63 acres and has its own power plant. Inside, there are 39 bathrooms, a basketball court, bowling alley, squash courts, tennis courts, three swimming pools, and a 91-foot long dining room!!!!!