1. Buckingham palace – US$2.9Billion
The home of the English royal family has a whopping 775 rooms that includes 19 State rooms, 52 Royal and guest bedrooms, 188 staff bedrooms, 92 offices and 78 bathrooms. The property is 108 metres long across the front, 120 metres deep (including the central quadrangle) and 24 metres high.
Location: Westminster, London
2. Antilla – US$1Billion
The house that has all the desires of your heart has a helipad with an air traffic control facility, multiple swimming pools, a small theater and health spa/yoga studio, an ice room with man-made snow, and a conference/unwind room on the topmost floor with a panoramic view of the Arabian Sea.
Location: Mumbai, India
3. Villa Leopolda – US$750Million
The World’s third-largest home has a total of 8 hectares of land, what is equivalent to 8 football courts. The house was built for the Belgian King Leopold II.
Location: Villefranche- sur- mer, France
4. Villa Les Cèdres – $450Million
The Les Cèdres is 18,000-square-foot with 14-bedroom mansion set on 35 acres. It is owned by, Italian distiller, Davide Campari-Milano SpA by has a combination of history and luxury.
Location: Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat, France
5. Les palais bulles – $390Milion
In 1992, Pierre Cardin, couturier and art patron, acquired Palais Bulles, built by Pierre Bernard in 1984. Working with Palais Bulles architect Antti Lovag, he went on to transform it into an astonishing “architectural folly.”
Location: Théoule- sur-Mer, France