It would be worth around $4.9 billion dollars, making it the most expensive house in the world
This 400,000-square-foot building sits in the most prestigious postcode of India and reaches 27 floors, with each double-height ceiling counting as two floors.
it’s a luxury property in the French Riviera with a regal past and first belonged to King Leopold II of Belgium
Set across 35 acres of land in Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat in the South of France, this historic luxury mansion is fit for a king—and was once owned by one.
Possibly the most extravagant home on the French Riviera, the Palais Bulles or, Bubble Palace is a little different from your ordinary million-dollar house.
The Odeon Tower Penthouse might not feature a garden but it does offer spectacular views across Monaco. Known as the world’s most expensive flat, it sits at the top of a 560ft skyscraper.
The Hamptons are renowned for being expensive, but American Billionaire businessman Ira Rennert’s marvelous Italian Renaissance–style home,
the whole of Kensington Gardens is known for being full of millionaire properties, but 18-19 Kensington Gardens takes things a little further. Known as Nour Palace, this neo-Georgian mansion was bought in the 1990s for five million dollars.
Looking onto Malibu’s coastline, the behemoth property sprawls over 30,000 square feet and cost the music moguls $200 million
Billionaire Larry Ellison doesn’t just own one property, but his Japanese-style Ellison Estate might just be the most impressive. Located in Woodside, California, this incredible waterfront property