Last Updated on July 25, 2019
Have you ever wondered what the greatest luxurious houses in the world may look like? Have you asked yourself about their location or price?
Well, we made a list of the top luxurious houses, designed by professional and skillful architects and provided with the most outstanding furniture and equipment you can ever dream of.
And surprisingly, they don’t belong to your popular movie stars and musicians, since there are other individuals who make real wealth. Apparently, we are talking about the top captains of industry, and mega-investors who have invested in some of the most successful businesses in the world.
10. 15 CENTRAL PARK WEST
This ultra luxury building is one of the top exclusive and fancy addresses in New York possessed by hedge fund manager Daniel Loeb.
It is also the place of the present leading-edge billionaires; comfort resources in this fancy building include a screening room, a private room for residents, a walnut paneled library, and a health club and pool.
9. PROMISED LAND, MONTECITO
The queen of media Oprah Winfrey is the absolute owner of this 42-acre land space property. Its unique architecture design made it looks like both an indoor and outdoor theater, it includes14 bathrooms, 6 bedrooms, 10 fireplaces, tennis court, tea house, over 600 rose bushes, Theatre artificial pond, and every single thing that is made for a castle.
8. MAISON DE L’AMITIE
This captivating oceanfront property was originally owned by the current president of USA Donald Trump and then it was bought by a Russian tycoon for a total of $95M.The great chateau includes accessories made with gold and diamonds, 18 bedrooms, 475-foot-long beach, and a parking space capacity of more than 50 cars.
7. SILICON VALLEY MANSION
Owned by the Russian billionaire Yuri Milner, who has bought $100M Silicon Valley mansion, and making it one of the immense purchases for a single home in America. The great mansion includes 14 bathrooms, three dining rooms, a theatre, a game room, a ballroom, an indoor and outdoor pool, and 25,000 square foot free space.
6. ELLISON ESTATE
This luxurious estate is named after its billionaire owner and the world’s 5th richest man and Oracle founder Larry Ellison. Its Japanese-inspired style made it the fanciest and the most captivating estate in the area. It includes ten luxurious buildings in total and an artificial pond, a tea house, and a bath house.
5. ONE HYDE PARK
One Hyde Park is owned by Rinat Akhmetov, and it is one of the most fantastic and very expensive apartment building in London. Since it first launch in 2011, the 86 residence ability has put on sale up to $3.37 billion.
The Breathtaking amenities in One Hyde Park includes the top most security services like bulletproof glass doors and windows, armed and professionally trained security guards, golf course, exquisite spa, basement car park, car cleaning services, pool, and many entertainment rooms.
4. KENSINGTON PALACE GARDENS
Another property on Billionaires Row which owned by Lakshmi Mittal, one of the 100 wealthiest men in India and the head of Arcelor Mittal, the biggest steel manufacturer in the world.
The house is characterized by its amazing classical architecture and fancy design; it includes amenities like a bowling alley, 12 bedrooms, nightclub, and an amazing Turkish bathtub made of Amazonian crystals, and parking for 20 cars.
3. VILLA LEOPOLDA
Villa Leopolda was named after King Leopold II of Belgium, it is considered as the top expensive and the largest French villa in the world, it is constructed on a 20-acre land and characterized by a breathtaking view of the Mediterranean Sea.
The ownership of the great castle has changed over the years; in 2008 the building was purchased by Lily Safra at a price of $736 million, situated on 50 acres of land, and includes 11 bedrooms, pools, an outdoor kitchen, and everything else you can imagine.
This incredible 27 story, a 56,000ft sky scraper is a private residential building, which belongs to the 5th wealthiest man in the world, and the richest man in India, Mukesh Ambani. Its astonishing structure was designed by Americans Phillip Will and Lawrence Perkins.
The building is incredibly luxurious, so to satisfy your curiosity, I’ll go directly to its amazing amenities: 3 helipads, 9 elevators, 6 parking lots, with a total of 168 car capacity, pools, a health spa, ice cream room, snow room, a saloon, a gym, indoor and outdoor bar, a 50-seater cinema, also it is equipped with 600 staff with their own relaxation room.
And for the sake of your life security, it is structured to resist an 8 Richter scale earthquake.
1. BUCKINGHAM PALACE
The official home to the one and only Queen of England and other British monarchs, it is indeed a palace that includes 775 rooms covering 188 staff bedrooms, 52 Royal and guest bedrooms, 92 offices, 19 state rooms, 78 bathrooms.
Other services include; a pool, tennis court, cinema, chapel, lake, staff eatery, and many other services that are exclusive for royalties.
The palace was built in 1703to the Duke of Buckingham and it covers about 40 acres of land. Since its existence, the palace has known several amendments to make it a comfortable residence for royals; it is indeed a unique masterpiece with its gorgeous celestial chandeliers, the stunning artworks, and its gold-plated wares and furniture.