Designed by and professionally trained architects from all across the world, these most expensive, and obviously the finest, houses in the world are groomed with the finest luxuries that money can buy. These properties are held by the rich and famous top business magnates, mega investors, COO’s and CEO’s. While some of these mind-bowing structures have been around for years, others are comparatively new and revolutionizing the era of modern day castles.
Here, we take a quick walk through some of the world’s most expensive houses.
Duke Semans Mansion at 5th Avenue, Manhattan, New York
Valued at a whopping $44 million, and owned by Carlos Helu Slim who has a net worth of $73 billion, the Semans Mansion was purchased for $44 million in the year 2010. Recently, this lavish property was up for sales and had an $88 million price label to go with it. Overall, this French Renaissance interior ridden 8-story building, with gold-leaf trimmed frills and highlight ceilings, is certainly a sight to behold.
Kesington Palace Gardens in London, UK
Tagged at $72 million, this impressive property is owned by Tamara Ecclestone, the eldest daughter of Bernie Ecclestone, the Formula One Magnate with a net worth of $500 million. This house has 57-rooms and boasts of a bowling alley, beauty salon, pool, car lift, basement cinema and a dog spa.
The Manor at Holmby Hill, LA California
Priced at $85 million and owned by Petra Stunt, the daughter of Bernie Ecclestone, the owner of Formula One, The Manor or the Spelling manor as it is also called, was first listed at $150,000 in the market. It was eventually purchased by Petra for $85 million after two years of remaining unsold. The 56,000 sq ft mansion possesses 123 rooms and is considered to be among the largest properties in LA county. Along with a gift-wrapping room, bowling alley, gym, screening room, pool, tennis court, and a huge car garage, it has plenty of bedrooms and offices as well.
15 Central Park West Penthouse in New York
Valued at $88 million, this penthouse is under the ownership of Ekaterina Rybolovleva, the rich daughter of Dmitriy Rybolovleva, the Russian fertilizer tycoon. This property encompasses wrap around terrace, 10 rooms, 7 walk-in closets, and a well-staked library. Indeed, this most expensive house is a fine property, and is used by Ekaterina – college student – as her apartment in NY.
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