Do you know about our billionaires homes?
Let give a look on the homes whose costs in billions dollars.
1. Xanadu 2.0, Seattle, Washington
Owner: Bill Gates, net worth $77.5 billion
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.
2. Ellison Estate, Woodside, California
Owner: Larry Ellison, net worth $51.4 billion
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 was assessed at $73.2 million in 2013.
3. Antilia, Mumbai, India
Owner: Mukesh Ambani, net worth $23.9 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.
4. Mountain Home Road, Woodside, California
Owner: Masayoshi Son, net worth $17.3 billion
The most expensive home sale on record includes a 9,000-square foot neoclassical house, a 1,117-square foot colonnaded pool house, a detached library, a “retreat” building, a swimming pool, a tennis court and formal gardens.
5. One Hyde Park, London
Owner: Rinat Ahkmetov, net worth $11.8 billion
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.
6. Kensington Palace Gardens, London
Owner: Roman Abramovich, net worth $9.4 billion
The Russsian tycoon owns several huge London estates (not pictured), including a Billionaires’ Row mansion. Since purchasing, plans to build a subterranean extension that includes a tennis court, health center and auto museum were approved by the city. He also owns a French Riviera chateau and in 2009 spent a record $90 million on a 70-acre estate on St. Bart’s.
7. Fair Field, Sagaponack, New York
Owner: Ira Rennert, net worth $6 billion
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.
8. Blossom Estate, Palm Beach, Florida
Owner: Ken Griffin, net worth $5.2 billion
The hedge fund titan purchased four side-by-side properties totaling eight acres on the ocean. Three lots tout houses while the fourth was already torn down; the entire swath of property was once used as a single estate.
9. One57, New York
Owners: Bill Ackman, net worth $1.5 billion
The up-and-coming mega high rise in Manhattan’s Midtown neighborhood has been called the Big Apple’s newest ‘billionaire building’ thanks to a bevy of multi-million dollar sales. The building’s two planned penthouses have both reportedly sold to billionaires, but only hedge fund billionaire Bill Ackman was outed last year as the lead in a group of investors.
10. Villa Leopolda, Villefranche-sur-mer, France
Owner: Lily Safra, net worth $1.3 billion