Mukesh Ambani’s Antila, Mumbai– A building spread over 400,000 Square foot is not only the costliest home in India, but also in the world. It is world’s second most expensive residential property, after Buckingham Palace which is designated as a governmental property. It is thus the world’s most expensive private residential property. It has 27 storeys, 6 of them is reserved for parking and 3 for helipad. It has a staff of 600 to maintain the residence 24X7. The home was also designed to survive an 8-Richter scale earthquake. It has a private Theater for movie screenings too. Its estimated worth is 10000 Crore.
NCPA Apparatments, Mumbai– Located at Mumbai’s posh Nariman Point, Flats in NCPA are owned by companies and not individuals. The National Centre for the Performing Arts is the promoter of the property. Nariman point is also one of the most expensive places in the world. The 22 story building is sea facing, a 4BHK apartment in this building will cost you 29 crore – 35 crore.
Anil Ambani’s Abode, Mumbai– Located at Palli Hill, Mumbai, Abode is spread over 16,000 sq feet and expected to be 66 meters high. Estimated worth is 5000 Crores.
Shah Rukh Khan’s Mannat, Mumbai– Situated in Bandra, the king of Bollywood surely knows how to live in style. Its the costliest house in Bollywood and the second costliest house in the world to be owned by an actor. In 2001, he bought a Heritage bungalow from the Bai Khorshed Bhanu Sanjana Trust, which he renamed Mannat. In 2005, SRK built a 6 storey building behind his bungalow at Bandstand. Estimated Value is 130 Crore – 150 Crore Rs.
Ratan Tata’s Bunglow, Mumbai– Situated in Colaba, this mansion of one of the most known and respected Industrialist is a epitome of elegance. Spread over 13,350-sq-ft bungalow is also at water’s edge. First-storey up, every floor has two levels. While living areas occupy the first level on each floor, the bedrooms and other rooms are on level two. Estimated value is 125 Crore – 150 Crore.
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