Top 5 most expensive houses in the world

Apparently, France, UK and the United States are home to the most expensive houses in the world. Of course, they are classy and imposing, just like a luxury house should be. Let’s check them out, maybe they give you ideas on how to build your dream house.

5. Three Ponds: $75 000 000

Situated in Bridgehampton, New York, this 75 million dollar gem has its own golf course. Also, it’s called Three Ponds because it has ..three ponds and 14 themed gardens! Other features include two three-car garages, a two-story pro shop, second floor golfclub with a bar, separate staff quarters, a three-bedroom guest house,  barn and other outbuildings. The  main house has seven bedrooms and 12 baths.

4. Donald Trump’s beachside palace

The cost to such opulence? $125 million! The house has 18 rooms and it’s situated in Palm Beach, Florida.

3. Updown Court, Surrey, UK : $140,000,000

The motto of this house, according to its website is: “a tribute to completion”. Updown Court has 103 rooms, of which 24 are bedrooms, each with its own marble en-suite bathroom. Among other features, it has a two-lane bowling alley, five swimming pools, a squash court, a floodlit tennis court, a wine cellar, and a panic room in case of a terrorist attack

Photo source: scholz.us

2. Ira Rennert Mansion : $180,000,000.

This house is considered to be the largest residential compound in the whole of America. The house features 29 bedrooms, 39 bathrooms, as well as the usual gigantic dining room, tennis courts, bowling alley. The grounds sum up to almost 255 000 sqm. The owner is Ira Rennert, a self-made millionaire, active in the industrial sector.

1. Villa La Leopolda. Nice, France: $ 398,350,000


This is a house truly fit for the richest man on the planet. Bill Gates used to live here. Now, Roman Abramovich, the Russian millionaire, lives here. Villa La Leopolda was built in 1902 by King Leopold II of Belgium.

Info via worldinterestingfacts.com

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