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World’s Most Expensive Billionare Homes

World’s Most Expensive Billionare Homes

Sometimes it’s nice to check out how the super wealthy live. At Vonk Digital we can’t promise to help make you a billionaire but we can help you get a few steps closer with a superior website and expert marketing advice!

0x600Antilia, Mumbai, India

Owner: Mukesh Ambani, worth $21.5billion
Value: upward of $1 billion
The twenty-seven story, 400,000-square foot skyscraper residence, named after a mythical island in the Atlantic, has six underground levels of parking, three helicopter pads, a ‘health’ level, and reportedly requires about 600 staff to run it. It is the world’s most expensive home far and away with construction costs topping $1 billion.

 

fiarFair Field, Sagaponack, N.Y.

Owner: Ira Rennert, worth $6.5 billion
Property value: about $248 million, according to 2012 tax assessments
The industrial billionaire’s hulking 29-bedroom, 39-bath Hamptons compound has not one, but three swimming pools, plus its own power plant on premises.

kensintonKensington Palace Gardens, London, U.K.

Owner: Lakshmi Mittal, worth $16.5 billion
Purchase Price: 117 million pounds ($222 million at the time) in 2008
The steel magnate is believed to own three homes on the high-security street known as Billionaires Row, including a neo-Georgian mansion near the Israeli embassy. The home (not pictured), rumored to have been purchased for Mittal’s son, was sold by hedge fund billionaire Noam Gottesman.
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one hydeOne Hyde Park, London, U.K.

Owner: Rinat Akhmetov, worth $15.4 billion
Sale Price: $221 million in 2011
The world’s most expensive apartment, located in posh Knightsbridge, was purchased by the Ukraine’s richest man. It boasts a staggering 25,000-square feet, bullet proof glass and 24-hour hotel concierge service.

 

 

ellisonEllison Estate, Woodside, Calif.

Owner: Larry Ellison, worth $43 billion
Value: estimated $200 million to construct
The Oracle founder, arguably the world’s most avid collector of real estate, built his 23-acre Japanese-style estate in 2004 with 10 buildings, a man made lake, a tea house, a bath house and a koi pond. The property is currently assessed at just over $70 million.

 

xanaduXanadu 2.0, Seattle, Wash.

Owner: Bill Gates, worth $67 billion
Market Value: $120.5 million, according to 2012 tax assessments
The high-tech Lake Washington complex owned by the world’s second-richest man boasts a pool with an underwater music system, a 2,500- square foot gym and a library with domed reading room.

 

 

1515 Central Park West, New York, N.Y.

Owner: Daniel Loeb, worth $1.5 billion
Purchase Price: $45 million in 2008
The hedge fund titan owns the coveted 10, 674-square foot penthouse on the very top of the exclusive Central Park-flanking high rise. It has been rumored to be for sale with an asking price of $100 million.

 

 

 

 

 

maisonMaison de L’Amitie, Palm Beach, Fla.

Owner: Dmitry Rybolovlev, worth $9.1 billion
Purchase Price in 2008: $95 million
Originally listed for $125 million, the sprawling oceanfront 60,000-square foot compound, bought from real estate billionaire Donald Trump, includes diamond and gold fixtures and a garage with space for nearly 50 cars.

promised landPromised Land, Montecito, Calif.

Owner: Oprah Winfrey, worth $2.8 billion
Market Value: $88 million, according to 2012 tax assessments
Purchased in 2001 for nearly $52 million, the media queen’s 23,000-square-foot Georgian-style manse sits on more than 40 acres, boasting a tea house, more than 600 rose bushes and an upscale outhouse.

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