Top 10 Most Expensive Homes in The World

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If you want to live big, you have to pay big. Some of the greatest, largest, most exquisite homes in the world.


10. Rybolovlev Estate — $95 Million
Once owned by Donald Trump, This home has 18 bedrooms, 22 bathrooms, and last sold for $95 million from its original sale price of $125 million.

9. Silicon Valley Mansion – $100 Million
This one las went for 100 million. Only 5 bedrooms but 9 bathrooms. Has an indoor and outdoor pool.

8. Fleur De Lys – 125 Million
Currently being marketed as the world’s most expensive house, the Fleur De Lys has 41,000 square feet and 15 bedrooms.

7. The Manor – $150 Million
 Aaron Spelling built and owns this. This house features 56,000 square feet, 123 rooms, a bowling alley, an ice rink and apparently an entire wing devoted to Spelling’s wife’s wardrobe.

6. The Pinnacle – $155 Million
Owned by Tim Blixseth, in Montana, this house is unique for it has a private chair lift directly from the house to a nearby ski-resort (which Blixseth owns). Best back yard because it’s a ski resort?

5. Franchuk Villa – $161 Million
This five-story, freestanding 10-bedroom Victorian Villa also features an underground indoor swimming pool, panic room, and private movie theatre.

4. The Hearst Mansion – $165 Million
This house was used in The Godfather and JFK spent his honeymoon there. Features three swimming pools, 29 bedrooms, a movie theatre and a disco.

3. Fairfield Pond – $198 Million
This 66,000 square-foot main house has a basketball court, bowling alley, and a $150,000 hot tub.

2. Villa Leopolda – $736 Million
Built by King Leopold II of Belgium in 1902 and located on the French Riviera, this home was purchased by Russian billionaire Prokhorov as a  summer home. It has 27 stories, 19 bedrooms, and a rumored 50 full-time gardeners.


1. Antilla – $1,000,000,000
The one billion dollar home. Located in Mumbai, Antilla challenges pretty much everything you’d expect about “what is possible in a home” and “what is possible for architecture.” The 27-story house features six floors of parking, a health level with a jacuzzi, gym, and “ice room,” a ballroom level, several floors of bedrooms and bathrooms and even a four-story garden. The architecture is based on an Indian tradition called Vastu Shastra, which is supposed to be conducive to the movement of positive energy. In keeping with this, each floor has not only a unique design, but an entirely unique set of materials and aesthetic design – meaning each room is meant to look like it’s from a different house.