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Top 10 Most Expensive Houses In India 2018

Antila, Mumbai

Nothing can be a great deal to have an own house. However, having a luxury house is always a great asset to life. No, we are not saying that small houses can’t be an asset but staying in a luxury home will let you taste the luxury of life making it much more fascinating.

India is country rich in diversity starting from culture, language to status. There are certainly some houses in India which shows the proper reflection of MONEY As we all know, starting from celebrities to business personalities, once they achieve the heights of success, their first aim is to build a luxurious home. All of these luxurious houses are to stare at as all are unique in their own style but the “Money” factor is common. So let us unfold the Top 10 Most Expensive Houses In India And their Prices.

Top 10 Most Expensive Houses In India And their Prices

#1. Antila, Mumbai

 Antila in Mumbai is one of the most expensive houses in India. It stands tall as it belongs to the richest person in India. Yes! It is none other than Mukesh Ambani. Antila covers an area of more than 4 lacs square feet. It is a landmark and people from all over the country comes to visit it. However, the cost of the Antila is nearly Rs. 10,000 crores. Certainly, it has 27 stories with almost every facility.

#2. Mannat, Mumbai

 Indians really don’t an introduction when it comes to the house of our very own King Khan or Shah Rukh Khan. Yes! You guessed it right. We are talking about Mannat, dream house of SRK and Gauri Khan. This house has to be the second most expensive houses in India as it belongs to the second richest actor in the world and the richest actor in India. It is in Bandra, Mumbai and is around 200 crore in India currency that can give you goosebumps.

#3. Naveen Jindal Residence, Delhi

 Now, who doesn’t know the very famous Naveen Jindal? Well! He is a big name as the Political Industrialist in India. And certainly, there is a reflection of his power and money on his home which is in Delhi. He stays in a residence that costs around Rs. 120 crores. This house is one of the best to locate in Delhi due to the amazing location.

#4. Ravi Ruia Residence

Ravi Ruia Residence

Ravi Ruia Residence in Delhi is certainly one of the most expensive houses in India and hence included in the list here. It took so many years and years of hard work to build this beautiful mansion. The two brother Ravi Ruia and Shashi Ruia own this amazing and expensive house at a cost of nearly Rs. 120 crore. The famous location of Tees January Marg in New Delhi is the prime location for this house.

#5. JK House, Mumbai

JK House, Mumbai

 JK House in Mumbai is yet another expensive house in a posh location. The Raymond Man Gautam Singhania is the owner of the JK House which is at Breach Kandy in Mumbai. This house is certainly one of the expensive houses in Mumbai and has so many beautiful things and amazing facilities such as health center, Helipad and as well as a museum. More than 30 floors are here out of which 6 are for parking.

#6. Abode, Mumbai

Abode, Mumbai

We are now going to talk about yet another very beautiful house which is none other than the Abode located in the prime location of Mumbai. The owner of this house is none other than the younger brother of the Business Tycoon Mukesh Ambani, yes we are talking about Anil Ambani.  The actual value of Abode, Mumbai is near toRs. 5000 Crores or even more. Well, it also has almost everything that you were looking for and taking care of it. Certainly, it is just likely at the top.

#7. Rana Kapoor Residence

Rana Kapoor Residence

 In the list of top 10 most expensive houses in India, the one that stands in the 7th rank of our list is none other than the Rana Kapoor Residence which costs nearly Rs. 120 Crore that makes it a valuable and luxurious house. The owner of YES Bank has this house in the posh location of Tony Altamount Road in Mumbai. Certainly, there are many people who want a sneak peek into the luxurious life of Mr. Rana Kapoor. The owner Rana Kapoor purchased this beautiful bungalow at a whopping price.

#8. White House in the Sky, UB City Bengaluru

 Dr. Vijay Mallya is not an unknown face anymore now. However, he has got some really expensive assets just like his White House in the Sky which is in UB City, Bangalore. Vijay Mallya is the Liquor Tycoon of India and owns Kingfisher and UB Group/ The price of the house is not less than Rs. 100 Crore and will surely give you goosebumps at any point.

#9. NCPA Apartments, Mumbai

 If you want to know about the most expensive apartments in India, then it is none other than the NCPA Apartments in Mumbai. In the posh area of Nariman Point, Mumbai, these apartments stand tall. It is surely a flat that cost immense. However, if you want to purchase a 4 bedroom flat, then it will cost you approx. Rs. 29 crore. Well, to own the luxury apartment you need to have a big cash wallet in your bank.

#10. Ratan Tata Residence

Ratan Tata Residence

Ratan Tata is one of the most successful business personalities in India and he is known worldwide due to his exceptional business mind. His masterpiece is to look for. Yes! The Ratan Tata Residence in Colaba, Mumbai is not short of the White House.  You might just stare at it for the whole day, it is so beautiful. It almost took Ratan Tata at an amount o Rs. 150 Crore and gets the best response. However, this house is a 3 storied house and covers an area of 15000 square feet.

Conclusion:

So according to the recent research of 2018, these are some of the best and most expensive houses in India which can leave you awestruck. These houses are short of some Bollywood mansions or Hollywood sets. Do let us know if you have ever visited one and don’t forget to share your experience with us! And if you know about any other such expensive houses apart from these, then do let us know in the comment section below. 

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