Infographic: Top 7 Mansions in the World

The largest mansions in the world are owned by the rich and famous mostly. The most expensive mansions are owned by the top 5%, whom are usually insanely rich. These mansions usually boast at least seven or more bedrooms and dozens of bathrooms; don’t forget the private movie theaters and massive swimming pools!

Here are a couple examples of really fancy mansions that have been compiled through data found by foreclosurelistings.com:

  • Antilla is a huge, multi-tiered mansion located in South Mumbai that is valued at $1 billion, which is an insane amount of money. It is owned by the business mogul MukeshAmbani.
  • Fluer de Lys is another famous mansion and is located in Beverly Hills, California. It is worth $125 million and was influenced by the famous Versailles palace. It is very old looking.

Top 7 Mansions in the World

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Top 7 Mansions in the World

The biggest mansions in the world and how their residents live

 

Antilla

  • $ 1 Billion
  • South Mumbai
  • 2012

Curiosities

  • Mukesh Ambani  is one of the richest man in the world and head of Reliance Industries Petrochemical.
  • Parking space for 168 cars.

 

Villa Leopolda

  • $ 506 mi
  • Villefranche-sur-Mer on the French Riviera
  • 1902

Curiosities

  • Used as a location in the 1948 film “The Red Shoes” and in Hitchcock’s 1955 movie “To Catch a Thief”.
  • Built for King Leopold II of Belgium.

 

Hearst Mansion

  • $ 115 mi
  • Beverly Hills, California
  • 1926

Curiosities

  • Notable neighbors including Tom Cruise.
  • Famous guests include John F. Kennedy and Jackie O.

 

Updown Court

  • $ 138 mi
  • Village of Windlesham in Surrey, England
  • 1924

Curiosities

  • Employs more than 10 people including 2 full time gardeners, cleaners, state managerAlan Mackinnon and security personnel.
  • Neighbors include Elton John, Sarah (Duchess of York), and Brian May (Queen’s guitarist).

 

The Manor

  • $ 85 mi
  • Holmby Hills Neighborhood of Los Angeles, California
  • 1988

Curiosities

  • Has a double staircase inspired by the one in “Gone with the Wind” and a cool screening room.
  • Includes also a flower cutting room, a china room, and a “Prince Charles suite” named after its onetime royal guest.

 

Fleur de Lys

  • $ 125 mi
  • Beverly Hills, California
  • 1990

Curiosities

  • The house design was influenced by Louis XIV’s palace at Versailles and has been adorned with the finest statues, fabrics, crafts and paintings.
  • Fleur de Lys has been on the market since 2007.

 

Manalapan Residence

  • $ 135 mi
  • Manalapan, Palm Beach County, Florida

Curiosities

  • Aquarium ceilings and walls, movie theatre, casino and club room with aquarium wet bar.
  • Private dock on the Intercostal waterway.

 

About Author

Julie Parker was born in March 19, 1983, in Lancaster – Los Angeles County, California. Her father is an experienced economist and businessman, who motivate her taste for the real estate market. Recently, graduated in Economics and now focus her studies in a PhD. Now she’s a consultant and web writer of ForeclosureListings.com

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