List of Top Ten Most Expensive Mansions In The World
10. Hala Ranch – $135 Million
Located just north of Aspen, Colorado, the Hala Ranch is a 95-acre land that was listed at $135 million. According to the Wall Street Journal, hedge store mogul, John Paulson purchased the ranch for $49 million. The home covers a 56,000 square foot area.
9. Beverly House – $135 Million
Beverly House, which is found three blocks from Sunset Boulevard, was valued at $135 million. It is on six plane acres of land and includes Italian and Spanish style H-shaped main house and a slew of smaller homes.
8. Updown Court – $138 Million
This Californian-style house has 103 rooms. In 2005, it was the most expensive home on the market wherever in the world, having been planned for sale for more than $138 million.
7. Le Palais Royal – $139 Million
Le Palais Royal is a 60,500 square foot house located in Florida. It has 11 bedrooms and 17 bathrooms. The estate includes a $2 million marble staircase and a gate decorated with 22K gold leaf.
6. The Pinnacle Montana – $155 Million
The ultra-luxury mega-mansion The Pinnacle Montana is one-of-a-kind. It includes 160 acres of land and 53,000 square foot home, home plays, three elevators, a bowling alley, a private covered gondola from ski run to the home and many more luxuries.
5. Palazzo Di Amore – $195 Million
In 2016, real estate tycoon Jeff Greene listed his 25-acre estate Beverly Hills for a staggering $195 million. At that point, it was the most expensive listing in the US. This Mediterranean-style villa has a ballroom with a revolving dance floor, 13 bedrooms, 23 bathrooms, a bowling alley, a plays, tennis courts and other luxuries.
4. Fair Field Pond Estate – $249 Million
Owned by billionaire Ira Rennert, the $249 million Fairfield Pond is a 63-acre oceanfront compound. The 110,000 square foot home has 29 bedrooms, 30 bathrooms, a power plant, three swimming pools and much more.
3. Park Place Estate – $218 Million
In August 2012, Russian businessman and financier Andrei Borodin buy Park Palace Estate in Berkshire for £140m. Set in extensive grounds above the River Thames, the Park Palace is a historic Grade II listed country house and gardens. It boasts a helipad, spa multifaceted, home cinema and high-tech security scheme.
2. Weber Mansion (Casa Encantada) – $225 Million
Formally Casa Encantada, Gary Winnick swam his estate in Bel-Air for sale at $225 million. This 8.4-acre property has seven bedrooms and 20 bathrooms. Winnick had purchased the property from Dole Food co-owner David Murdoch in 2000 by paying $94 million.
1. Villa Leopolda – $530 million
This large detached villa is located on the French Rivera. It was valued at $530 million in 2008 when Russian billionaire Mikhail Prokhorov attempted to buy it. The sale did not go through, and Prokhorov had to forfeit a €39 million deposit. As per the deal, the amount was €370 million plus €19.5 million for the villa’s contents.