Top 10 Most Expensive Houses in the World



This post will be interesting and will talk about the most expensive mansions that belong to the mighty and powerful in today’s world. These powerful people are known for their luxurious and style statement. Their dens are most beautiful places to see and admire. Here we start with our selection of some of the grand and most expensive mansions of the world.

1. Antilla: This house is owned by Mukesh Ambani who is one of the richest and top businessmen in the world. The cost of the house is estimated to be around 1 billion and has only 27 floors. The house is located in the posh area of Mumbai and boasts of every modern facility.2. Villa Leopolda: This 80,000 square feet estate in French Riviera is expected to be around $520 million. The house is believed to be belonged to a French banker Edmond Safra who lives here with his wife and family. This 19 room villa has a bowling alley and other facilities.3. The Penthouse: This is rated as the most expensive flat in the world. The flat is owned by the Penthouse magazine and boasts of an exclusive address – Number One Hyde Park.4. Fairfield Pond: This is one of the most expensive houses of United States. It is believed to belong to Ira Rennert. The house expands in an area of 250,000 square meters. The cost of the house of is expected to be around $190 million. 5. William Randolph Hearst’s Mansion: This place is own by William Randolph Hearst. The house has all the modern facilities and expands in an area of 7 acres. The cost of the house is expected to be around $165 million.6. Elena Franchuk Villa: This 5 storeyed house belonged to the Victorian Era and has its worth around $161 million. The owner of the house is not known and is given on rent for shootings or any other events. 7. Hala Ranch: This mansion is owned by sultan of Saudi Arabia, Bandar bin Sultan. This property is spread over an area of 15,000 square meters. The worth of the mansion is expected to be around $135 million.8. Dracula’s Castle: This 1980 made castle is not converted into a museum. The worth of the house is estimated to be around $130 million and belongs to Archduke Dominic.9. Fluer de Lys: This house belongs to Suzanne and David Saperstein. The interior of the house is splashed in pure 24 carat gold and has its worth at around $125 million.10. Updown Court: This house in England is around $116 million. It has more than 100 rooms, bowling alley and swimming pools.