Antilia, India – $2 billion

Antilia, the world’s costliest private dwelling at $2 billion, belongs to India’s wealthiest individual, Mukesh Ambani. Named after an Atlantic mythical isle, this exquisite Mumbai abode seamlessly blends traditional and natural aesthetics. Remarkably, it features six entire floors designated for parking, ingeniously catering to the opulent fleet of luxury vehicles owned by the Ambani family.

Villa Leopolda, France – $750 million

Villa Leopolda, the priciest private abode in Europe at $750 million, graces the exclusive junction of Monaco and Nice in the French Riviera. This luxurious property enjoys an enviable position, basking between two of the world’s most elite destinations, and its opulent history dates back to King Leopold II of Belgium, exuding regal heritage.

Villa Les Cèdres, South of France – $450 million

Constructed around 1830, the sprawling 18,000-square-foot Villa Les Cèdres, aptly named after its abundant cedar trees, transcends mere residential status, the ‘villa’ resembling a lavish palace. This historical gem comes in at $450 million and sprawls across 35 acres in Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat in the South of France. The property was previously owned by none other than King Leopold II of Belgium.

The Bubble Palace, Cannes, France – $420 million

Once owned by late French fashion icon Pierre Cardin, the Bubble Palace is now valued at $420 million. Distinguishing itself as an extraordinary home on the French Riviera, the Bubble Palace (or Palais Bulles) in Théoule-sur-Mer near Cannes deviates from typical million-dollar mansions. Its massive, terracotta-hued bubble design sets it apart in the world of luxury properties.

The Odeon Tower Penthouse, Monaco – $330 million

Distinguished as the world’s priciest apartment, this residence crowns a towering 560ft skyscraper. Perched above the serene Mediterranean ocean, The Odeon Tower Penthouse boasts unbelievable views and a personal 360-degree infinity pool, accompanied by an exclusive water slide. It can be yours for a mere $330 million.

Four Fairfield Pond, United States – $250 million

Ranking among the priciest residences in the US, this Hamptons estate has 21 bedrooms, 18 bathrooms, three pools, a private basketball court, a dual-lane bowling alley, and a grand 164-seat theater. American billionaire entrepreneur Ira Rennert claims ownership of the property, which carries a hefty price tag of $250 million.

Nour Palace 18-19 Kensington Gardens, London – $222 million

Within the prestigious realm of London streets, Kensington Gardens stands among the elite, with its array of millionaire properties. Standing out further is 18-19 Kensington Gardens, famously known as Nour Palace. Originally purchased for five million dollars in the 90s, this neo-Georgian masterpiece underwent extensive restoration. Its value now stands at an impressive $222 million.

Jay-Z and Beyoncé’s Malibu Mansion, Malibu, United States – $200 million

In 2023, the dynamic duo of Jay-Z and Beyoncé showed they were crazy in love by buying California’s priciest home – a striking example of architectural minimalism, characterized by opulence at every turn. Nestled along Malibu’s shoreline, this colossal residence spans an impressive 30,000 square feet, representing a substantial investment of $200 million from the two music industry powerhouses.

Ellison Estate, California, United States – $200 million

Nestled within Woodside, California, and under the ownership of billionaire Larry Ellison, this extraordinary waterfront estate comprises an amalgamation of residences within an expansive compound. Encompassing a man-made lake, a serene tea house, and a bathhouse, this enclave rests within a gated community at a value of $200 million, aptly positioning itself as a contender for the world’s most captivating lakefront retreat.

Manalapan Residence, Florida, United States – $195 Million

On Florida’s Gold Coast, near Palm Beach, you will find the Manalapan Residence. It is valued at $195 million and is set over 5.5 acres with a generous 500 feet of beachfront. This property melds Old World charm, drawing inspiration from Tuscany, with modern comforts. It boasts 14 bedrooms, 24 bathrooms, and an 18-car garage, as well as unique features such as an archery range.

Hearst Estate, California, USA – $195 Million

The Hearst Estate in Beverly Hills once belonged to the legendary newspaper magnate William Randolph Hearst – the inspiration behind Citizen Kane. It was constructed in 1947 during the height of Hearst’s career, and boasts columned walkways, multiple shimmering pools, a bespoke cinema, and a grand double-leveled dining room. Priced at $195 million, the Hearst Estate matches the extravagance of the time.

Palazzo di Amore, California, United States – $195 million

The magnificent $195 million Palazzo di Amore, in Beverly Hills is a 53,000 square-foot masterpiece renovated by Jeff Greene and later developed by Mohamed Hadid. It features 12 bedrooms – including a 5,000-square foot master suite, a state-of-the-art 50-seat cinema, and a lavish club. The 25-acre grounds offer a vineyard, an infinity pool, and city-to-ocean views

924 Bel Air Road, California, United States – $188 Million

Nestled in Bel Air’s elite streets, 924 Bel Air Road is valued at $188 million and is a picture of luxury. This 38,000 square-foot property boasts 12 bedrooms, 21 Italian marble bathrooms, and a theater. Outside, an 85-foot infinity pool complements a hydraulic theater screen, with a backdrop of views of the San Gabriel Mountains. To top it off, it was also previously home to Hollywood icon Judy Garland.

Lonsdaleite Estate, Switzerland – $185 Million

In Switzerland’s scenic Engadin valley near St. Moritz, the Lonsdaleite Estate is carved into the mountainside over seven stories. Key features include a 24-karat gold leaf wall, a bespoke chandelier valued at $145,000, and a white-onyx master bathroom. The estate houses an underground lake, a large wine cellar, a spa complete with a Himalayan salt room, and even a private ski den with its own chairlift. This extravagant ski haven, crowned with a 6-car garage, is worth $185 million.

908 Bel Air Road, California, United States – $180 Million

Crafted by LA’s esteemed plastic surgeon Raj Kanodia, 908 Bel Air Road is a 34,000-square-foot jewel in Bel Air’s crown. Just off Sunset Boulevard, it showcases 9 lavish bedrooms, a Portuguese limestone façade, and sweeping views from the Angeles forest to Catalina. With a 90-foot infinity pool and a 2,000-bottle wine cellar as highlights, it stands valued at a striking $180 million.

Jule Pond, New York, United States – $175 Million

Constructed for Henry Ford II in 1960, Jule Pond is a Hampton’s $175 million jewel, sprawling over 42 acres with an unrivaled 1,300 feet of ocean frontage. The 20,000-square-foot main residence offers 12 luxurious bedrooms. Outdoors, residents enjoy a 60-foot pool, meditation garden with koi pond, tennis court, and private beach access.

Gemini, Florida, United States – $173 million

Perched on Florida’s coast, the Gemini estate spans 22.44 acres, offering unparalleled views. Split by South Ocean Boulevard, the 33-bedroom estate features tunnels connecting the ocean and lake sides. Outdoors, the grounds offer a botanical garden, bird sanctuary, and leisure facilities including a PGA-standard golf area, tennis court, and a pool. Originally crafted in the 1940s, the timeless estate is valued at $173 million.

Park Place, United Kingdom – $160 Million

Back in the UK, nestled in Henley-on-Thames, Park Place is known a historical gem and stands at $160 million. Once owned by royalty and sprawling over 200 acres, this Renaissance-style mansion, with ten luxury bedrooms, showcases 18th-century grandeur. It showcases features like a Grecian grotto, intricate stained glass, and stables. The estate is also rumored to house the spirit of eighteenth century murderer Mary Blandy.

Seven The Pinnacle, Montana, United States – $155 Million

Perched amidst the Montana Rockies, Seven The Pinnacle is the epitome of luxury meets wilderness. Priced at $155 million, this private ski lodge has 10 lavish bedrooms, over 12 opulent bathrooms, and even a heated driveway for those frosty evenings. It also boasts panoramic mountain views from the wrap-around terraces and interior amenities like a professional-grade kitchen, indoor pool, sauna, and a grand theater.

The Manor, California, United States – $150 Million

Built by television titan Aaron Spelling, the creator behind iconic shows like Dynasty, The Manor stands as a monumental testament to Hollywood luxury. It boasts 123 rooms including 14 bedrooms and 27 bathrooms. Later acquired by F1 heiress Petra Ecclestone, this iconic estate, complete with a home cinema and beauty salon, stands at $150 million.

West Creek Ranch, Colorado, United States – $149 Million

The $149 million West Creek Ranch is tucked away in Colorado’s pristine landscapes. It spans four levels, offering eight bedrooms, eight bathrooms, and amenities from a state-of-the-art chef’s kitchen to an art studio and personal observatory. Outdoors, the property has an expansive swimming pool and 3,500 square feet of covered verandas. But its highlight is the 4,000 acres committed to the Nature Conservancy, ensuring the land remains untouched.

The One, California, United States – $141 Million

Nestled in Bel-Air, The One is a testament to modern luxury and was bought by Fashion Nova’s CEO, Richard Saghian, for $140 million. At 105,000 square feet, this mansion is twice the size of the White House, boasting 21 bedrooms and 42 bathrooms. It has a wide range of outdoor amenities like a unique three-sided moat, five pools, a 10,000-square-foot deck, and a 400-foot running track.

Updown Court, United Kingdom – $140 Million

Imagine a slice of sunny California right in Windlesham, Surrey. That’s Uptown Court for you. This sprawling 58-acre estate is like a Hollywood mansion dropped in the English countryside. With 103 rooms, 24 of which are bedrooms, each with its own bath, you won’t run out of space. There are five pools, a wine cellar that can store up to 3,000 bottles, and even a handy panic room. On top of all this, Elton John is the neighboring estate owner.

Kensington Palace Gardens, United Kingdom – $140 Million

Amidst one of the world’s most affluent neighborhoods, Kensington Palace Gardens, lies a luxurious abode owned by Russian billionaire tycoon, Roman Abramovich. Purchased for a $140 million, this estate is equipped with five bedrooms, a large swimming pool, and terraces. Abramovich’s personal touch features an intricate underground expansion, boasting an exclusive tennis court, state-of-the-art gym, and a bespoke museum dedicated to his prized Ferrari collection.

Shepard Krech House, New York, United States – $140 Million

Nestled in East Hampton, the Shepard Krech House, built in 1931 and revamped by Peter Marino in 1990, is a testament to 1930s elegance. Overlooking the serene Georgica Pond, this $140 million estate spans 10,000-square-feet, highlighting hand-stenciled tray ceilings and expansive porches. It boasts ten main house bedrooms, complemented by a separate four-bedroom guesthouse, and the exterior is crowned by a luxurious 60-foot pool.

Wallingford Estate, California, United States – $135 Million

Perched on 5 acres overlooking Beverly Hills, California, the Wallingford Estate is valued at $135 million and spans 38,000 square feet. It boasts 12 bedrooms, a 155-foot infinity pool, indoor sports facilities with a boxing ring, gym, and basketball and pickleball courts. The property also contains a sports bar with a video wall, a guest penthouse, caretaker’s quarters, a 10-car garage, and a 2-bedroom guardhouse.

Hala Ranch, Colorado, United States – $135 Million

Located just north of Aspen, the 95-acre Hala Ranch, once owned by Prince Bandar bin Sultan, is a blend of grand luxury and rustic charm. The central lodge, larger than the White House, boasts 15 bedrooms and 16 bathrooms. Highlighted by its fancy wooden interiors, the estate also offers a racquetball court, fishing pond, and tennis court. With its combination of luxury and nature, it commands a price of $135 million.

Former Danny Thomas Estate, California, United States – $135 Million

Overlooking Beverly Hills is the 18,000 square-foot mansion once owned by comedian Danny Thomas. Situated in the exclusive Trousdale Estates, it offers 360-degree views of Los Angeles. The mansion boasts eight bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, and interiors adorned with Baccarat chandeliers and gold leaf ceilings. Outside, a luxurious pool area complements the vast motor court, fit for 20 cars. A unique blend of history and opulence, it’s worth $135 million.

Xanadu 2.0, Washington, United States – $130 million

Overlooking Lake Washington in Medina is Bill Gates’ architectural marvel, Xanadu 2.0. This 66,000-square-foot mansion, shaped by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson and Cutler-Anderson Architects, epitomizes tech-infused luxury. With modern Pacific lodge design, features include a state-of-the-art server system, a 60-foot pool with underwater music, a vast gym, and an opulent dining space. Standing at $130 million, it’s a combination of luxury and innovation.

Rancho San Carlos, California, United States – $125 Million

Perched atop the hills of Montecito in Santa Barbara, the historic $125 million Rancho San Carlos unveils a panorama of luxury stretching across an expansive 237 acres, offering Pacific Ocean views and complete privacy. Crafted 1931 by the renowned architect Reginald Johnson, this estate, held by a single family for over 80 years, boasts a 30,000-square-feet mansion. Inside, 12 bedrooms, thirteen bathrooms, and central gallery full of hand-painted murals.

Woodside, California Estate – $117 Million

Set in Woodside, California, with amazing mountain views, the Woodside Estate is an architectural gem. Allan Greenberg crafted this 9,000 square-foot mansion, complete with multiple pools and tennis courts, blending seamlessly with its surroundings. The combination of the surrounding beauty along with its opulent design, values it at a remarkable $117 million.

Upper Phillimore Gardens, United Kingdom – $112 Million

This Victorian-era villa is based in the heart of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. Owned by a Ukrainian magnate’s daughter, this five-story villa contains 10 bedrooms, a modern gym, an indoor pool, and a luxury home cinema. While its exterior is understated, this property is valued at $112 million, emblematic of all the hidden luxury found inside.

Las Varas Ranch, California, United States – $108 Million

Tucked away in California, Las Varas Ranch, valued at $108 million, may first seem like a modest Spanish retreat. Yet its vast 1,800 acres showcase a mixture of dramatic oceanfront cliffs, miles of pristine private beach and lush orchards. Tracing back to the Doheny family legacy, this estate offers panoramic ocean views, lemon and avocado orchards, and secret sandstone beach tunnels—an amazing blend of history and nature.

Fleur Dis Lys Home, California, United States – $102 Million

Situated on Los Angeles’ famous N. Carolwood Drive, the Fleur de Lys Home, echoing the elegance of a Parisian palace, sprawls across 4.6 acres. This 50,000-square-foot mansion boasts 12 bedrooms, 15 bathrooms, a grand ballroom, and a commercial kitchen. Notable features include a cinema, nine-car garage, pool, and tennis court. The residence attracted a bidding frenzy among global billionaires, ultimately sealing a $102 million value.

Buckingham Palace, London – $4.9 billion

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Now, while Buckingham Palace may not be a home that just anyone could buy, hypothetically, its value would hover around $4.9 billion, positioning it as the world’s priciest residence. This architectural marvel, with its original construction dating as far back as 1703, boasts 240 bedrooms, 19 staterooms, 92 offices, and 78 bathrooms – truly fit for a king.

Versailles Replica, Florida, United States – $100 Million

Situated in Windermere’s exclusive Lake Butler Sound, the Versailles Replica, belongs to Westgate Resorts’ David and Jackie Siegel. Inspired by the Palace of Versailles in France, this 90,000-square-foot masterpiece, set on 10 lakefront acres, showcases 14 bedrooms, nine kitchens, five pools, a grand ballroom for up to 1,000 guests, and a cinema echoing the Palais Garnier. It’s currently valued at $100 million.

Yuri Milner’s Mansion, California, United States – $100 Million

In the tech-savvy Silicon Valley lies Los Altos Hills, where the average home nearly touches the $3 million mark. But standing out in this neighborhood is the home of Russian billionaire Yuri Milner. The mansion, valued at a cool $100 million, showcases two opulent dining rooms, numerous bedrooms and bathrooms, three swimming pools – two outdoors and one indoors – and a garage spacious enough to house a fleet of luxury vehicles.

Maison de L’Amitie, Florida, United States – $95 Million

The Maison de L’Amitie (Friendship House) is situated in the heart of Palm Beach. It boasts five distinctive structures: a 62,000 square-foot main house, two large guest houses, a luxury pool house, and a barn. The main residence alone contains 18 grand bedrooms, 22 bathrooms, a ballroom, an art gallery, and even a state-of-the-art media room. Currently owned by a Russian billionaire, this property is priced at $95 million.

El Cielo 2, Mexico – $90 Million

El Cielo 2, valued at $90 million, spans 2.43 oceanfront acres in Los Cabos. It’s Mexico’s most expensive private land piece, boasting 500 feet of ocean frontage by the Sea of Cortez. It has 71,005 square feet for multiple estates, hiking trails, and more. El Cielo 2 is etched into Cabo’s cliffs, and offers privacy and stunning views.

Indian Creek, Florida, United States – $85 Million

Set on 2 acres with 200 feet of waterfront, the $85 million Indian Creek combines European and Floridian-inspired architecture. Inside it has marble floors, grand columns, and vast windows. Highlights include a grand hosting salon, a wood-paneled library, and a state-of-the-art home theater. There are seven bedrooms and 14 bathrooms, and the master suite stands out, boasting a copper tub beneath an Italian fresco-inspired ceiling.

Villa Aurora, Italy – $430 Million

It seems odd that a building oozing as much history and cultural importance as Villa Aurora was ever put up for sale, even if it was for around $430 million. Built in the 16th century and partially destroyed by attacking soldiers in the 19th century, this home has been through a lot. Most of its artifacts were destroyed in the attack, while most of the surviving pieces were taken to museums. However, the house does contain the only Caravaggio ceiling painting known to be in existence.

2-8a Rutland Gate, London – $376 Million

2-8a Rutland Gate was originally built in the 1830s as a terrace of four townhouses but was eventually converted into a private palace around 150 years later. The mansion has housed notable names throughout the years, including former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafic Hariri and Sultan bin Abdulaziz, former Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia.

The Holme, London – $314 Million

In early 2023, The Holme was put up for sale with an asking price of $314 million. The 40-bedroom Georgian-era property had been owned by a Saudi Arabian prince since the 1980s. It is easy to see why the property was put up for such a price when you consider it is situated in the middle of Regent’s Park, one of London’s most picturesque green spaces.

Zeki Pasha Waterfront Mansion, Turkey – $160 million

Located on the Bosphorus River in Istanbul, Turkey, this not-so-humble abode was built for 19th-century Ottoman Empire war veteran, Zeki Pasha. Featuring 19 bedrooms across five floors, it’s more reminiscent of a waterside hotel than a home, but its gorgeous Belle Epoque-style architecture gives it plenty of character and charm.

South Ocean Boulevard, Florida, United States – $109 Million

South Ocean Boulevard is located at the southern end of Billionaire’s Row in Florida. It features superb views of both the beach and the Intracoastal Waterway. The mansion spans 29,422 feet across 3.3 acres of land and is perfect for entertaining guests, with nine bedrooms in the main house, and a separate guest house on the premises.

Orchid House, California, United States – $100 Million

The Thai-inspired oceanfront compound of Orchid House is every bit as pretty as its name, boasting sea views, tranquil maze-like gardens, and a Japanese spa. The house has an open-plan design, allowing light in from all directions. It’s not just an ideal house for a sunny day either, as down one of its many corridors you’ll find a cinema room, complete with its very own bar.

Villa Oleandra, Italy – $100 Million

Originally purchased by Hollywood star George Clooney as a holiday home, Villa Oleandra has become something of a permanent residence for the actor and his wife Amal Clooney. The mansion overlooks the deep blue waters of Lake Como and has access to botanical gardens, olive groves, and a vineyard.

Pumpkin Key, Florida, United States – $95 Million

Purchase the Pumpkin Key property and you won’t just be handed the keys to a house, but the keys to an entire island. Along with a 5000 square foot mansion, the island comes with a marina, perfect for parking your super yacht, a beautiful swimming pool, as well as a tennis court and helipad. It’s ideal for a quick summer getaway.

Denham Place, England – $94 Million

Denham Place in Buckinghamshire, England, dates back to 1688 and is said to be one of the most important stately homes in the United Kingdom. Over its many years in existence, it has housed notable names such as American banker JP Morgan and the Bonaparte Imperial Family of France.

Woodland Manor, Boston, United States – $90 Million

Resembling a stately home in rural England, Woodland Manor is situated in the countryside just outside of Boston, Massachusetts. Surrounded by greenery, the house features eight bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, its very own golf course, and a country club.

Promised Land, California, United States – $90 Million

Oprah Winfrey is one of the United States’ most beloved television personalities, with her home undoubtedly matching her success. Her California mansion features six bedrooms and 14 bathrooms, as well as gardens that appear to stretch out for miles. Promised Land, as it is so aptly named, also features a theatre, a tennis court, and a separate tea room.

One57, New York City, United States – $90 Million

One57 sits on the 75th and 76th floor of a 90-story skyscraper in the center of New York City. As you can imagine, the views from that height are astounding, overlooking Central Park and Manhattan. One57 is owned by Bill Ackman, the founder and CEO of Pershing Square Capital Management, a financial services company based in New York City.

515 Park Avenue, New York City, United States – $88 Million

If you want stunning city views, it doesn’t get much better than 15 Park Avenue, right in the center of New York City. At 6,000 square feet, the apartment isn’t nearly as vast as the majority of abodes on this list, but it’s the views over Manhattan that you’re paying for. It also has a rooftop garden and wraparound terrace, perfecting for hosting the most breathtaking of garden parties.

15 Central Park West, New York City, United States – $88 Million

15 Central Park West in New York City is perfect for those who like to lie back and be treated like royalty. The apartment comes with full-time staff to cater to your every need. They will even be able to pour you a glass of wine from the wine cellar situated below ground.

Davies Drive, California, United States – $87 Million

The European-styled Davies Drive Estate in California screams luxury, with dolphin water fountains greeting you upon entrance. The 21,800-square-foot mansion has a ballroom, a gym, and a professional chef’s kitchen in case you feel like hiring your own cook. It also has a wine cellar that has been styled as a saloon, which is perfect if you ever fancy playing cowboy.

Jan Koum House, California, United States – $87 Million

With a net worth of around $10.7 billion, you can’t blame WhatsApp co-founder Jan Koum for splashing out on multiple West Coast properties. In February 2021, he purchased this sprawling Malibu estate, which is conveniently situated next door to his Paradise Cove mansion. The estate is packed with features, including a guest house, a swimming pool, and a tennis court.

Former Calvin Klein Estate, New York, United States – $85 Million

Having become one of the most famous names in the world off the back of his fashion career, Calvin Klein has earned a large fortune for himself, as is evident with his former East Hampton home in New York State. The site in which it lies is 6.9 acres backing onto the beach, with stunning ocean views.

Tarpon Island, Florida, United States – $85 Million

Tarpon Island is a man-made island that plays host to a gorgeous 1930s mansion, a swimming pool, and a very comfortably sized garden space. The island ensures complete privacy, as it is only accessible via a private bridge or a boat. It isn’t free from problems, however, as the mansion is in need of restoration work, which will add to the overall price the next owner will have to pay.

Pacific Palisades, California, United States – $83 Million

The Pacific Palisades house in Bel Air isn’t just a large space overlooking the water, it is also filled with new-age technology. For a start, the bedrooms can only be accessed via a futuristic retinal scanner straight from a sci-fi movie. Aside from the tech, there is an infinity pool and a sauna, as well as a mind-blowing 18 bathrooms, catering for any guests staying in the house’s six bedrooms.

Larry Ellison Home, Florida, United States – $80 Million

As you may be able to tell, Larry Ellison’s second appearance on this list is proof of his impressive portfolio of luxury homes. His second most expensive home is this Meditteranean-style mansion in Palm Beach, Florida. The house has 520 feet of ocean frontage with a tennis court and a helicopter landing pad. Larry Ellison is reportedly planning to demolish the mansion and rebuild something in its place.

Duke Semans Mansion, New York City, United States – $80 Million

Being eight stories high, getting from the bottom floor to the top floor of the Duke Semans Mansion in New York City is a daunting task. Thankfully, the building was designed to fit in an elevator shaft, so after a bit of construction, you’ll be able to go from floor to floor without the effort.

The Carter Estate, Hawaii – $78 Million

The Carter Estate in Maui, Hawaii is owned by none other than Amazon founder and one of the richest men in the world, Jeff Bezos. The estate consists of three buildings, a main property of 4,450 square feet, and two other smaller properties, both around 1,800 square feet.

Chelsea Barracks Townhouse, London – $75 Million

Constructed on the site of a former British Army barracks in Chelsea, London, this townhouse has been described as a new benchmark for luxury living in London. It has seven bedrooms and seven bathrooms, spread across seven floors, and will set you back $75 million.

Star Island Home, Florida, United States – $75 Million

Once again, the appeal of living by the waterside will always encourage buyers to fork out obscene amounts of money. This mansion in Star Island, Miami Beach Florida was purchased by an unknown buyer for an eye-watering $75 million. The property has nine bedrooms and a pool, overlooking the blue waters of Florida.

Aspen Mansion, Colorado, United States – $73 Million

Despite most of the priciest properties in the USA being located in either California or Florida, Colorado is no stranger to an expensive home. This is largely due to its beautiful, natural scenery, with many homes flanked by mountains and spectacular views. This Aspen Mansion is no different, with its 11 bedrooms, guest house, and heated pool purely a bonus.

Sanctuary at Loon Point, California, United States – $70 Million

This 10-acre retreat consists of a Tuscan-style farmhouse mansion, complete with 6.6 acres of land and a marble swimming pool. The house also enjoys scenic views and the serene sound of the waves as it looks out over the Pacific Ocean. The Sanctuary at Loon Point was purchased by Ellen DeGeneres and her wife Portia de Rossi in 2022.

Villa Solitaire, Spain – $65 Million

If you fancy a more secluded, tourist-free escape to the Spanish island of Mallorca, Villa Solitaire may be the one for you. The one potential stumbling block is that the 13,943 square feet, seven-bedroomed luxury apartment is on the market for $65 million, making it the most expensive residential home in Spain.

Kim Kardashian’s Hidden Hills Home, California, United States – $60 Million

Reality TV star Kim Kardashian has done little to hide her lavish lifestyle from the public, owning an impressive property portfolio. Her Hidden Hills mansion in California is now worth around $60 million, which, thanks to renovations and refurbishments, is a lot more than she and then-husband Kanye West bought it for.

21 Borrett Road, Hong Kong – $59 Million

When 21 Borrett Road was sold for $59 million in 2021, it became the costliest Condo ever to be sold in Asia. It is located at the very top of a 23-story building in the well-to-do district of Mid-Levels in Hong Kong. The penthouse even has its own private rooftop, measuring 2131 square feet.

Johnny Depp’s French Village, France – $55 Million

Why buy one home when you can purchase an entire village? This is exactly what Johnny Depp did in 2001 when he purchased his 37-acre estate in St. Tropez. The estate comes with a main house, guest cottages, and even a private restaurant named Chez Marceline. In addition to the original asking price, Depp has injected further millions into restoring the cottages on the property, which date back to the 1800s.