India is a country with around 170 billionaires and around 3.5 lakh millionaires, so it is quite apparent that India has some of the most luxurious and expensive houses in the world.
Today, we are looking at 5 Most Expensive Houses in India.
For this list, we’ll look at houses which, besides their immense comforts and advantages, are out of the reach of an average Indian person.
5. Jatia House
Kumar Mangalam Birla Chairman of the Aditya Birla Group, an Indian billionaire and industrialist, Kumar Mangalam Birla bought this property for Rs. 425 crore bid in 2015 from Arun Jatia. The bungalow is over 30,000 sq. feet of luxury with greenery all around it along with a pond and a central courtyard. It is said to have 20 odd bedrooms as well as multiple ballrooms. It also consists of spacious corridors where gardens meet the sea. It is situated in the Malabar Hill area in Mumbai. Built-in 1928, the house has a long history. KM Birla won the bid against 4 close bidders making it the costliest bungalow deal yet in Mumbai and perhaps the country. Who hasn’t dreamt of living in such a serene bungalow? I am sure we all have.
Anand Piramal Gulita is the name of the luxurious bungalow in which Anand Piramal the executive director of the Piramal Group and his wife and daughter of Mukesh Ambani, Isha Ambani live together. It was gifted to the two by Anand’s parents Ajay and Swati Piramal, after their wedding. It costs a whopping Rs. 450 cr. and is a sea-facing apartment in Worli Mumbai facing the Arabian Sea. It spreads across 50,000 sq. feet and is a diamond theme-based bungalow with a diamond room, swimming pool, a temple room, three basements, multiple dining rooms, a high ceiling huge hall. It was sold by Hindustan Unilever to the Piramals. The house has been made using 3D construction technology. The mansion has five floors and triple-height multi-purpose rooms, lounge areas across all floors, and space to park up to 20 luxury cars. We all love gifts, but this one definitely surpasses all.
Anil Ambani, the younger sibling of Mukesh Ambani, is the chairman of the Reliance Group having his separate ventures in financial services, defence, infrastructure, and media namely Reliance Capital, Reliance Infrastructure, Reliance Power and Reliance Communications. He lives in one of the most expensive homes in India named Abode. It is spread over 16000 sq. feet and 66 meters high. It has a valuation of more than Rs.5000 crore. It is situated in Pali Hill in Mumbai. It is a 17 storeyed building with all the amenities one would look for in a home and more. Abode is a tall and extremely elegant building with a fancy helipad on top of it. If this isn’t called living luxuriously.
2. JK House
Gautam Singhania the Singhania family is a well-known Indian business family with majority stakes in publicly listed companies such as JK Tyre, JK Cement, JK paper, JK enterprises, JK Agri genetics and JK dairy with privately-held companies such as Raymond Group, JK Ansell, JK Technosoft, JK Fenner, and Global Strategic Technologies. JK house situated at Breach Candy area in south Mumbai is a 37-storey building spread over 16000 sq. feet worth somewhere aroundRs. 6000 cr. It is designed with 48 feet cantilevers with a museum, 2 private swimming pools, a gym, a spa, and a recreational centre. It has a helipad at its highest point and 5 floors are reserved to park the best cars. The upper floors are divided into separate residential units for the family members each with spacious outdoor terraces and gardens. Situated merely a mile away from Antilia, JK House is said to be the closest competitor with a façade that can be easily mistaken for Antilia from a distance.
Mukesh Ambani The Chairman, Managing Director, and largest shareholder of India’s most valuable company by market value-Reliance Industries Limited, Mukesh Ambani resides in Antilia worth somewhere around Rs.10,000 cr. Antilia is a 27 storey- 4,00,000 sq. feet and 570 feet high building that sits on Mumbai’s Altamount Road, one of the most expensive addresses in the world. The house named after a mythical island in the Atlantic Ocean was designed by Chicago based architects Perkins and Wills and led by Australia based construction company Leighton Holdings. It is said that Antilia can survive an earthquake of 8 on the Richter Scale. The top 6 floors are private residentials of the Ambani family. Rest of the floors consist of a mega temple, guest suites, a salon, an ice cream parlour, a private movie theatre to accommodate 50 people, 6 dedicated parking floors with space to accommodate 168 cars, a car service station, a snow room, an entourage room for the staff to relax, a health spa, a ballroom,3 swimming pools, yoga, and dance studios. The mansion also has 3 helipads on the roof. No doubt it has been deemed as the worlds most valuable private residential property after Buckingham Palace.
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