Luxury is one thing, but this is absolutely beyond that! This is how the most expensive houses around the globe look like.
Yes, Hollywood mansions are one thing, and that's alright. But then we have those houses that belong to billionaires, which we are probably never going to visit in person, but once can only dream, right? Let's have a look:
1-Buckingham Palace, London - Estimated value: $2.9 billion
Why, of course, where else could we start this list if not in one of the most famous palaces on Earth? It has 775 rooms, 78 bathrooms, 92 offices, to name only a few items. The Buckingham Palace has been the monarchy's official residence since 1837.
2- Antilia Tower, Mumbai - Estimated value: $1-2 billion
Designed in consultation with the Chicago firm Perkins & Wills and Santa Monica design firm Hirsch Bedner Associates, this Mumbai residence is 27 stories high. 6 of the floors are devoted to car storage, a car service station, a temple, and a 50-seat movie theatre.
3- Villa La Leopolda, Villefranche-sur-Mer - Estimated value: $750 million
Owned by Lily Safra, this mansion is located in the Cote d'Azur region and it has 11 bedrooms, 14 bathrooms, a commercial greenhouse, helipad, an outdoor kitchen, and more!
4- Witanhurst, London - Estimated value: $450 million
This Georgian Revival mansion was built in the early 20th century and it is the second largest in London. It has 65 rooms, including 25 bedrooms.
5- Villa Les Cedres, Sain-Jean-Cap-Ferrat - Estimated value: $410 million
It was built in 1830 and then purchased by Belgium King's Leopold II, this has long been considered the world's most expensive home in the market. It is set on 35 acres and it is named after the cedar trees that surround it.