Have you ever wondered about the most expensive houses in India? Well, you need not look further as India harbours most of the expensive houses depicting the richness and glamour of top personalities here.
India is home to 138 billionaires who live in luxurious homes, flaunting an outrageously wealthy lifestyle. Billionaire homes are aspirational in their names, swanky architecture, and sprawling facilities.
If you’re curious to know what these lavish homes are worth, then let’s tell you that these expensive billionaire homes are worth so much that they could represent the GDP of a few countries. So, dive right in for a trip to some of the most expensive homes in India.
Here is the Top 5 most expensive house in India:
India’s richest billionaire, Reliance Industries tycoon Mukesh Ambani’s house Antilia, is India’s most expensive property. The 27-storeyed building has every amenity you can imagine.
Antilia is in Altamount Road, Cumballa Hill, Mumbai, gaining popularity due to this house’s significant presence and many others. It covers an area of 1.120 acres. The estimated cost of building Antilia is around 6,000 to 12,000, making it one of the most expensive houses in India.
It is designed by one of the most renowned Chicago-based architects in the world, Will and Perkins. The base and construction of the house are so intelligent and intense that it can sustain an earthquake of 8 magnitudes on the Richter scale. Antilia is not only one of India’s most expensive houses but also comes on the list of the 5 most expensive houses in the world.
When we talk about the features of Antilia, it has 27 floors rising to a height of 568 feet. The lavish skyscraper has nine high-speed elevators, an 80-seat movie theatre, three helipads, an ice cream parlour, a gym, a salon, a vast swimming pool, and whatnot. Antilia is also the most expensive house in Mumbai.
2. JK House
The second-tallest private skyscraper in India, JK House, is owned by Gautam Singhania, the head of the Raymond Group, & is located on the same road as Atilia. JK House is a 30-story complex with modern residential space, two swimming pools, and five floors of allocated parking for the world’s most expensive cars, valued at roughly Rs. 6,000 crores.
There’s also a helipad dedicated to his helicopters, a spa, a gym, leisure facilities, and much more. The house’s upper floors are divided into distinct residential quarters so that each family member can enjoy their privacy while taking in the peaceful views from the expansive gardens and terraces. Gautam Singhania’s home is located in South Mumbai and is in a great location.
3. Abode – Anil Ambani
The Abode is heaven on Earth situated in Pali Hill, Mumbai. It has another greatest of the Ambanis, Anil Ambani, for its owner. Abode was also a shrine for Mukesh Ambani and his family before the creation of Antilia.
It covers an area of 16,000 square feet with an estimated cost of 5,000 crores. It is the third most expensive house in India. The height of the Abode goes up to 70 metres with 17 storeys. Besides lavish residential units, the house has separate spaces for other luxuries, such as a gym, spa, swimming pool, etc. It also has a private helipad for landing helicopters.
The most beautiful part of the house is its entrance, with white interiors designed with glass windows. The elegant beauty of Abode is beyond praise.
4. Jatia House – KM Birla
The Chairman of Aditya Birla Group, KM Birla, has a sprawling mansion spread across 30,000 square feet in Malabar Hill, Mumbai. This sea-facing property has an expansive central courtyard, lush green garden, 20 bedrooms and a pond. It’s big enough to host a large gathering of over 500 to 700 people. It’s worth ₹425 crores.
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.
Mannat, owned by Shah Rukh Khan, is no less than a blessing on Earth. It is one of the most expensive houses in the world, situated in Bandra, Mumbai, with an estimated cost of 200 crores. The best and most memorable part about Mannat is it is designed by its lady, Gauri Khan, an interior designer, in collaboration with Kaif Faquih, another great designer.
The house tressures the most antique pieces handpicked by Gauri Khan, thus giving it a grade 3 heritage structure with a white neo-classical look. The six-storey structure hosts multiple bedrooms, a gym, a library, an auditorium, and an entire floor solely for entertainment. This floor consists of a playroom for kids, a private bar, and other entertainment spaces.
The astounding beauty of Mannat makes it a tourist spot, with King Khan adding to its glamour. Besides, the most serene place in this blessing of a mansion is the living rooms consisting of the majestic paintings of M.F. Hussain and other unique pieces across the globe. Mannat is what you would call a treat to your eyes.