Most costly Indian houses

The Top 5 most expensive houses in INDIA include :
  1. ANTILIA – MUKESH AMBANI
You should have guessed this one correct on your own . Antilia is not only most expensive house in INDIA but in the World . Antilia was designed by Chicago-based architects Perkins and Will, with the Australian-based construction company Leighton Holdings taking charge of its construction. Together they created such a masterpiece. Antilia comprises 27 floors with the most extravagant amenities – a salon, movie theatre, ice cream parlour, among other amenities (swimming pool, gym, you know it). Which takes Antilia’s evaluation to a massive Rs 10,000 crores, according to Business Insider.

Mukesh Ambani’s House is famously known as Antilia. As of May 2020, it is valued at $2.2 billion, deemed to be the world’s second most valuable residential property, after British crown property Buckingham Palace.
The 400,000-square foot is 27 stories, high, but since some ceilings are double-height, it’s closer to the size of a 40-story building.

Antilia has everything from helipads to yoga centre.
They picked the most expensive street for the most expensive home. The 4,00,000 sq. ft. the building is located on Altamount Road in South Mumbai.
Every floor is the same height as an average 2 storeyed building. So Antilia actually has around 60 floors!
It might be a skyscraper, but Antilia still has a garden.
The ballroom ceiling is 80% covered in crystal chandeliers.
The master bedrooms are crafted in the best way possible and right from the furniture to floor linings to the dark coloured woods everything is most exquisitely crafted.
When chores of the day take their toll, Ambanis like to rejuvenate at the in-house spa.
2. JK HOUSE – GAUTAM SANGHANIA
The tall, fancy, luxurious building in South Mumbai is The Raymon Owner Gautam Sanghania’s JK house. Claimed to have a valuation of around Rs 6000 crores, the property is the second-tallest private building in India, after Antilia. It is spread over 16,000 square feet and includes a residential space, office space and five floors reserved only to park the high profile cars in the town . The expensive home also features a spa, two private swimming pools, a gym, a recreational area and even its own helipad.
3. ABODE – ANIL AMBANI
Even though being bankrupt , Anil Ambani’s house doesn’t lack far behind either. The tall building is complete with a fancy helipad and a few helicopters on it too. The building is spread over 16,000 square feet and is almost 70 metres high. It has all the amenities one would look for in a home and has a valuation of more than Rs 5000 crores (as reported by Business Insider).
4. JATIA HOUSE – KM BIRLA
JATIA House owned by KM Birla is over 30,000 square feet of pure luxury . It is surrounded by lush green grass and a pond, this one is straight from the movies . With wall cladding and ceilings made of Burma teakwood, it consists of 20 bedrooms. It also boasts of a central courtyard and a garden that opens up to a pond. KM Birla purchased this house in 2015 for Rs 425 crore after outbidding five other bidders and offering a 10% token on the spot. It was also the biggest real estate deal India had seen, back then.
5. MANNAT – SHAH RUKH KHAN
SHAH RUKH KHAN owns one of the most premier properties of the country . The number of people visiting the bungalow and taking pictures by the door could easily tag this as a tourist spot. While, most of the fans or visitors haven’t had a sneak peek, a Rs 200-crore price guarantees luxury. The bungalow also has a beautiful view of the Arabian Sea and is located at bandstand in Bandra, Mumbai.
Bunglow’s interiors is no less.
MANNAT’S swimming Pool.
HUGE DRAWING ROOM
DINING ROOM
The first name of this house was ‘Villa Vienna’ when he bought it. He thought of naming it “Jannat” and then he named it “Mannat” as his all wishes were fulfilling back to back and he was on the peak of his career. ‘Mannat’ which means ‘vows to the god’.
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