The home is something that cannot be separated from human life, because in addition to functioning as a place of refuge, the house also is a place where the men build a sense of shame in the family as well as build communication with other humans. Beyond that, the house could also indicate a person’s social status in the community. No wonder many people spend billions of money to build a house. The following is a list of the most expensive houses in the world:
Fleur de Lys ($ 125.000.000), the house was built by Suzanne and David Saperstein. The house (French for lily flower) has 3 bedrooms and the exterior is covered with whitewash of France while the interior in flush right with 24-karat gold. The house also has furniture items such as curtain patterns and Marie Antoinette’s favourite seat of Napoleon.
Dracula’s Castle ($ an estimated 80,000,000), previously, it was a fortress, the owner i.e. Archduke Dominic. This house has 57 rooms, 5 bedrooms and lots of beautiful antique furniture which certainly has a high historical value.
Hala Ranch ($ 210,000,000), Owned by Prince Bandar bin Sultan bin Abdulaziz of Saudi Arabia, has 27 bathroom and 3 bedrooms along with an indoor swimming pool, a private ski road, sewage treatment plant, a tennis court, this building was built on of land that stretches along the 14.397 square feet.
Antilla ($ 1,000,000,000), here’s the most expensive house in the world, houses owned by Mukesh Ambani, businessman and millionaire leading origin of India which is also the person entered in the list of the 10 richest people in the world. Antilla is situated on a 4,532 square metres (48,780 sq ft) plot at Altamount Road on the famed Cumballa Hill South Mumbai, India. This home consists of 27 floor with a room very spacious, even his garage can accommodate around 150 cars.
William Randolph Hearst’s Mansion ($ 165.000.000), the mansion was owned by William Randolph Hearst, has 3 swimming pools, 29 bedrooms and Hall. In it there is also a disco and a mini cinema. The pink stucco main home comes with 3.7 acres of land just a few blocks from Sunset Boulevard. The home was built in 1927 for banker Milton Getz and designed by Gordon Kaufmann. The main level includes a 50 foot entry hall with loggia, a living room with 22 foot high arched and detailed ceilings, and the famed library with hand carved woodwork and staircase leading to second story wrap-around balcony and bookshelves. The billiard room contains herringbone parquet floors and a massive carved stone fireplace mantle from San Simeon. There is also a formal dining room, breakfast room, and family room with outdoor terrace accommodating up to 400 for sit-down dining.