A luxurious home is something that you’ll always find on a person’s wishlist. No matter, how modest we try to be, we all desire a home that’s lavish and exuberant. Below are the three most expensive homes which signify wealth, power, status and lifestyle of their owners. These homes have been the talk of the town for their palatial grace, glamor and glitz.
Antilla (Mukesh Ambani): Antilla is the 27-floor personal home of the chairman of Reliance Industries, Mukesh Ambani. It is located in the upscale area of South Mumbai. It is said that, no matter where you are in Southern Mumbai, you can see at least a column, floor or fixture of Antilla. Other than being a part of the Mumbai skyline, this mega tower houses a staff of 600 people, and is renowned as one of the most expensive homes in the world.
Right from the parking space which can accommodate 168 cars, three helipad space, air-traffic control facility to an ice room infused with the man-made snow flurries, Antilla has it all. It even has its own vehicle maintenance facility, which takes up an entire floor. Other than this, the mega tower, Antilla encompasses a health spa, yoga studio, swimming pool, three floors of green-land, a ballroom and small theater with a seating capacity for 50 on the eighth floor.
Mannat (Shah Rukh Khan): Mannat, as the name signifies is a blessed wish from heaven. In its truest sense, it is a blessed palace befitting the king of Bollywood, Shah Rukh Khan. The 6 storey bungalow is located at Bandra Bandstand, Mumbai. Mannat has a style of its own which depicts elegance and splendor. It is surrounded by plush lawns, topiary gardens, hanging gardens and shrubbery. The rooms include a living room, guest room, media center, library, gym, offices and basement car parking.
The entire bungalow is carved out of white marble, and painted in off-white shade inlaid with an artistic blend of black and silver. The colorful artistic paintings and chandeliers made from Swarovski add to the richness of this dream mansion
Ratan Tata’s Mansion in Colaba: The 13,500 square feet, three-storied, sea-facing house at Colaba is the retirement home of the Indian business tycoon, Ratan Tata. The 75 year old ex-chairman of Tata Group has shown the world how to retire in style. His mansion has an infinity pool, sun deck, car parking, media room, lounge and gym.
One of the most interesting architectural aspect of this mansion is that every floor consists of two levels. The first level consists of a living area, while the second level comprises of bedrooms. There is a basement in the mansion, which houses servant quarters and grand car parking space of 10-12 cars.
These architectural beauties are an epitome of luxury, and the barrage of facilities they come equipped with makes them a part of every home owner’s dream and desires.
We know you love them all, but given a chance, which one would you like to build for your family?