The Most Expensive Homes in the World

Step inside the 10 most expensive homes throughout the world to see how the superrich live in luxury and style. These homes feature not just grand sizes, but also some of the coolest features you’ve probably never seen. Take a look at the list and let us know which one you could see yourself in.

The homes are wildly different, as well. Some feature massive estates that span acres, while others are modern highrises that light up the sky in some of the world’s most expensive locations.

Check out how the ultra-rich are living it up in the most expensive homes from all around the world. Let’s start off with New York City, where real estate and this home are both sky-high.

10. $45 Million
15 Central Park West, New York City

For New Yorkers who like living in style, it doesn’t get better than this. This building is home to many of of the city’s most rich and powerful, including hedge fund boss Daniel Loeb. He bought the penthouse property for $45 million in 2008, though it is estimated to be substantially higher with a potential list price of $100 million today if he were to sell it.

9. $89.4 Million
Kensington Palace Gardens, London

The Kensington Palace Gardens feature
The owner, Indian steel tycoon Lakshmi Mittal, has nicknamed the home “Taj Mittal” because it was redone with marble that came from the same quarry as the marble in the famed Taj Mahal in India. It features a ballroom, gallery, and Turkish bath. Sounds cozy.

8. $102 Million
Fleur de Lys Mansion, Los Angeles

This stunning mansion set the record for the highest sales price of a home in Los Angeles County ever after selling recently for $102 million. The home features 15 bathrooms, 12 bedrooms, a wine tasting cellar, a 2-story library, and ballroom, plus much more. Want to get lost in here?

7. $125.5 Million
Xanadu 2.0, Medina, Washington

Home to Bill Gates, the Microsoft billionaire custom designed the home. Not only is it beautifully situated with a view of Lake Washington, but it also is a high-tech “smart” house. You can only imagine what that house can do. Probably all of our jobs while cooking us dinner.

6. $135 Million
Beverly House, Beverly Hills, California

This Beverly Hills beauty is located a stone’s throw from Sunset Blvd. in Los Angeles. The current sales price is $135 million, but savvy house hunters can rent the pad for a cool $600,000 per month. It comes complete with a 400-person terrace, library, billiards room, and spa.

5. $195 Million
Palazzo di Amore, Beverly Hills, California

Real estate mogul Jeff Greene listed his 25-acre Beverly Hills estate for $195 million recently. The Mediterranean-style villa has a ballroom with revolving dance floor, a bowling alley, pools, waterfalls, a theater, and tennis courts. It also has its own vineyards and produces its own wine.

4. $249 Million
Fair Field, Sagaponack, New York

Located in the exclusive Hamptons area, this home almost didn’t get built after neighbors sued to block construction of the estate claiming it would negatively impact the neighborhood. It was ultimately completed and features 29 bedrooms, 39 bathrooms, a dedicated power plant, a synagogue, basketball courts, and so much more.

3. $335 Million
Penthouse at the Tour Odéon, Monte Carlo, Monaco

Opened in 2016, its penthouse was listed at $335 million, making it the most expensive penthouse in the world. With 35,500-square-foot, there’s plenty of space to stretch out. It has an 360-degree view with an infinity pool and water slide. You know, if you’re into that sort of thing.

2. $750 Million
Villa Leopolda, Villefranche-sur-mer, France

Nestled in the beautiful hills of France, this 1902 mansion was built by Belgium’s King Leopold II as a gift for one of his mistresses. Its value is estimated based on a proposed sale value of $500 million back in 2008, which puts it around $750 million in today’s dollars. It features a commercial greenhouse, outdoor kitchen, pool and helipad. Movies like “The Red Shoes” and “To Catch a Thief” were filmed here.

1. $1 Billion
Antilia, Mumbai, India

Topping the list of the world’s most expensive homes if Antilia, a 27-story high rise home located in Mumbai. Indian business tycoon and multibillionaire Mukesh Ambani resides in the home with his wife and children. In case you have 168 cars, there’s garage space for all of them along with a temple, three helipads (because one is never enough), and an entire level dedicated to health and wellness.