15 most expensive homes in world that can afford not all rich people


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The well-known saying goes: "My house – my castle." But look at the most expensive house in the world knows that the home is not only a fortress, but the fortress really luxurious. Each of the houses mentioned in our review deserves special attention. But to buy such a thing can afford not all of the present even the banker.

USA, FL.

USA, Montana.

$ 130,000,000 In 2013, the founder of the Hedge Fund, CitadelKenneth Griffin Investment Group, purchased four $ 130,000,000 four adjacent coastal areas in Palm Beach, a total area of ​​3.23 hectares. Three of them have already been built at home, and the fourth went to billionaire empty.

$ 132.5 million $ One of the most expensive in the world bought the ranch for $ 13.2 million billionaire Stan Kroenke 2011. The ranch, formerly belonging to William and Desiree Moore (founders of Kelly-Moore Paint) was sold "packaged" with 4,500 cows.

USA, FL.

USA, California.

UK.

$ 140,000,000 In August 2011, Russian businessman, investor and politician Roman Abramovich bought a home at Kensington Palace Gardens in London 16. After buying Abramovich, the construction finished on a plot next to the mansion, a tennis court, a health center and a private museum for his six vintage Ferrari.

UK.

USA, California.

$ 150,000,000Herrgården, built in the style of a French chateau, Located in a suburb of Los Angeles. Who owns Petra Ecclestone, daughter of the founder of "Formula 1" Bernie Ecclestone. 123 room manor house, and next to there is a parking space for 100 cars.

USA, Montana.

$ 155,000,000Mansion Pinnacle – the largest and most expensive building in Yellowstone National Park. It serves as a private residential club, ski and golf resort, whose members are Bill Gates, Ben Affleck and Justin Timberlake.

$ 200,000,000 Year 2004, the founder of Oracle CEO Larry EllisonHan built the unusual Japanese-style property in Woodside, California. With an area of ​​10 hectares, there are 10 buildings, an artificial lake, a teahouse, a sauna and a pond.

USA, California.

$ 218,000,000 During 2011 the Russian financier Andrej Borodin acquired Park Place – one of the most expensive homes in Britain. For $ 218 million, he got a house in the 18th century, an area of ​​2800 square meters, about 80 hectares of parkland, some standing nearby cabins, stables and a boathouse.

UK.

$ 221,000,000Ukraine's richest man Rinat AkhmetovI bought the most expensive apartment in the world. For $ 221,000,000, he bought a luxury residential area in central London apartment with an area of ​​more than 2,300 square feet of bulletproof glass.

$ 222,000,000 in 2008, the Indian tycoon Lakshmi MittalJag bought the building №6 on "street billionaires" in London for his son Aditya. The four-storey 12-storey house and a swimming pool after a purchase have been marble, which came from the same quarry as delivered materials for the construction of the Taj Mahal. The Manor was sold with furniture and art collection.

USA, New York.

$ 248,000,000Fairfield Manor area of ​​25 acres, located close to New York, belongs to the American investor and businessman Ira Rennert. Living area of ​​5800 square meters includes 29 bathrooms, 39 bedrooms, a 30-meter dining room, bowling, basketball hall, a theater with 164 seats, a garage for 100 cars and more.

France.

$ 750,000,000The location of the famous French Riviera "Villa Leopold" was built in 1931 and is now owned by the widow of a Swiss banker Edmond Safra, Lily. The villa, surrounded by gorgeous botanical gardens, has repeatedly tried to buy the Russian billionaire Mikhail Prokhorov.