The Most Expensive House in the World

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India’s richest man, who is also the fourth richest in the world, Mukesh Ambani along with his wife and three children has recently moved into their newly constructed home – $1 billion mansion in Mumbai. Named Anitlla, after a mythical Island, the entire structure is 27 stories high, contains a health club with a gym and dance studio, at least one studio, a ballroom, guestrooms and a range of lounges and a 50 seater cinema. All of this for a family of five. Of course, there are 600 servants to pamper them.

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The house has an elevated garden with ceiling space to accommodate small trees.The roof has three helicopter pads and there is also underground parking for 160 cars. From the top floors of the 173m high property are spectacular views of Mumbai, the Arabian Sea and the slums!

Ambani, who owns much of Reliance Industries, the oil, retail and biotechnologies conglomerate, is worth £18bn.

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19 comments:

  1. Gaudy, ugly, and does not match the surrounding architecture. But it Ambani's money and he can do whatever he wants with it...

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  2. so much money... alas, no taste.

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  3. Definitely: Money doesn't create taste.

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  4. I kinda like it, but I'm not too sure it's worth the money and the effort.

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  5. Doesn't look like a home...tasteless architecture.......

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  6. My Rs2million-home looks far better than this.

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  7. It looks like a giant sandwich... and not a very good one

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  8. so high up..he buy another 100 gold/iron/diamond/silver/bronze/lead statues of him and the balance will tip right up..

    also, one mistake on that blacony will mean a bloody nose. or eveen 'byebye mr million dollars' o.o;;

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  9. Unique building. Full of imagination. I love it.

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  10. It's like looking down upon the poor people below. Regardless of the architecture the humanity angle is so Un-Indian.

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  11. For the money spent on that? I would have gotten a better location at least with a prettier view and the building is Uuuuuugly.

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  12. That is the most hideous house ever made... You would think if he was that rich he would want to live in something attractive...

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  13. Idiot could have fed and sheltered all of africa

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    1. NO profit in that.

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    2. Why Must it be Africa? There are millions of Homeless people in India alone. The US too has so many homeless people! Wake up, it's 2014!

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  14. That house/building is gross and looks unstable. I would take living with the peasants or even pheasants for that matter.

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  15. Who cares what it looks like. It's his taste, his money. Don't be so judgemental.

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  16. Nice, we already know rich are ego-maniacs and brutal, greedy bustards ...

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