10. MOUNTAIN HOME ROAD, WOODSIDE, CALIFORNIA ($117.5M)
This is owned by Masayoshi Son, It is a property worth $117.5 It has its own building for retreats, a detached library, and of course, a swimming pool and tennis court.
9. XANADU 2.0, SEATTLE, WASHINGTON ($120.5M)
This is an advanced technology house & is owned by the richest man in the world Bill Gates. It has a 2,500 square-foot gym and a 60-foot indoor swimming pool.
8. BLOSSOM ESTATE, PALM BEACH, FLORIDA ($130M)
This house is owned by Ken Griffins. It has a tennis court and, of course, its very own dock.
7. BROKEN O RANCH, AUGUSTA ($132.5M)
The worth of this multi-million dollar house is just an estimate because its actual price is protected by state laws.
6. ELLISON ESTATE, WOODSIDE, CALIFORNIA ($200M)
It is named after its billionaire owner and Oracle founder Larry Ellison, this estate is Japanese-inspired with its very own man-made lake and facilities such as a bath house and a tea house. The property has ten buildings in total.
5. ONE HYDE PARK, LONDON, U.K. ($221M)
One Hyde Park is known to be one of the most extravagant and costly apartments. It has leisure facilities such as an abundance of relaxation rooms, exercise studios, and entertainment rooms.
4. KENSINGTON PALACE GARDENS, LONDON, U.K. ($222M)
This luxurious home is owned by Tamara, the daughter of Formula One billionaire Bernie Ecclestone. The house has a bowling alley, nightclub and even a bathtub made of Amazonian crystals.
3. VILLA LEOPOLDA, VILLEFRANCHE-SUR-MER, FRANCE ($750M)
This home, named after King Leopold II of Belgium, is known as the most expensive and biggest French villa on earth. It is built on a 20-acre land and provides a breathtaking view of the Mediterranean Sea.
2. ANTILLA, MUMBAI, INDIA ($1B)
This belongs to the Richest Indian Mukesh Ambani. This skyscraper is worth $1 billion.It has six levels of underground parking, and multiple helipads. It’s so massive that it requires a staff of 600 to keep the home in top shape.
1. BUCKINGHAM PALACE ($1.55B)
The most expensive house in the world is none other than Buckingham Palace, the residence of Queen Elizabeth II. It has a total of 775 rooms, 52 bedrooms, 78 bathrooms, 19 state rooms, and 280 rooms for the offices and staff rooms.