Most Expensive House in The World

Buckingham Palace, United Kingdom

It would be worth around $4.9 billion dollars, making it the most expensive house in the world

Antilia, India

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.

Villa Leopolda, France

it’s a luxury property in the French Riviera with a regal past and first belonged to King Leopold II of Belgium

Villa Les Cèdres, France

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.

Les Palais Bulles, France

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, Monaco

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.

Four Fairfield Pond, United States

The Hamptons are renowned for being expensive, but American Billionaire businessman Ira Rennert’s marvelous Italian Renaissance–style home,

18-19 Kensington Gardens, United Kingdom

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.

Beyoncé & Jay Z’s Malibu Mansion, United States

Looking onto Malibu’s coastline, the behemoth property sprawls over 30,000 square feet and cost the music moguls $200 million

Ellison Estate, United States

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