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OTHER: Fabulous Houses

Have you ever passed by a house and said “wow”, or “man, I wish I had a house like that”? Well, you’re not alone. I have been searching for the most beautiful, outstanding, and of course, expensive houses out there. Here are my results.

The Palazzo Antilla-Mumbai, India:

The house was built for the family of the billionaire Mukesh Ambani. There are 27 floors and more than 600 servants.

South Coogee-Sydney, Australia:

This awe-inspiring house is almost a thousand square meters. One of the levels is taken up completely by a wall-to-wall swimming pool. There is a kitchen, five bedrooms, and several living rooms. This house has  been under construction for several years.

Versailles-Florida, United States:

One of the largest private homes in the United States, this home belongs to the billionaire David Siegel. It contains 30 top-notch rooms, an adjoining bowling hall, 23 bathrooms with Jacuzzi, a children’s gaming room with a small theater included, three swimming pools, a garage that can hold 20 cars, two tennis courts, and lastly, a baseball field.

Manalapan Residence-Florida, United States:

The Manalapan Residence extends over more than 2.5 hectares of land with has 14 bedrooms and 24 bathrooms. The cost is estimated to be around $125 million, due to it’s garage, beach bar, and private beach. 

Starwood Estate-Aspen, Colorado, United States:

This gorgeous house sits in picturesque mountains, filled with heated pools and rooms, expensive wood trimmings, black and white leather furniture, and stone fireplaces built inside and around the house.

Well, there you have it, the most fabulous houses around. After reading this article, could you picture yourself in any, if not all of these houses? I know I could. I would like to give credit to http://www.legit.ng for sharing these interesting facts with us.

 

By: Ireland Rathbun

Photo Credits: Pinterest

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