The world most expensive residence – House Antilla / Mumbai / India

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Incredible India. This amazing house called Antilia and is a 27-floor residence in South Mumbai belonging to Mukesh Ambani. Mr. Ambani was born in Aden and is the chairman of Reliance Industries.


600 people take care of the residence, not bad – sweet Antilia. Named after a mythical island that was reputed during the 15th-century age of exploration, to lie in the Atlantic Ocean, far to the west of Portugal and Spain.

Mukeshis residence boasts 400,000 square feet, three helicopter pads – why not- and underground parking for his 160 cars.

Many of the floors are double- or triple-height, so the building rises to 570 feet, more or less a 40plus -story structure.

The house is to be more than $1 billion. The energy magnate is one of the top 5 richest men in the world.
Nita Ambani, his wife said they live in a modern home with an Indian heart.
The Ambani’s residence includes a movie theater with a seating capacity of 50, health floors that feature a swimming pool and gym, and balconies with outdoor gardens.

The house is not without its critics, however. Some have said that such a home is inappropriate in a city where millions of people live in extreme poverty.
The transactions surrounding the acquisition of the land on which this building is constructed, as well as various aspects of the construction and design of this building seem to raise significant issues of regulatory malfeasance and corruption among the various parties involved.

Indian media has frequently reported that Antilia is the world’s most expensive home costing between US$1 and 2 billion.

Take a look (undfortunately a low quality video):

If you travel further up north in direction Pakistan, you should not miss the border ceremony.

Living in style.

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