Thursday, June 27, 2013

Four expensive homes in the world

Executive summary by darmansjah

House prices are now really expensive. However, outside the country, some people are vying to have expensive homes. Here are some expensive homes that exist throughout the world.


The house is to be promoted as one of the most expensive in the world. Located in central London, England, the home is sold at a premium to the public at fantastic prices.

Having an area of ​​2,000 square meters, four-storey house has 7 bedrooms, 9 bathrooms, 11 banquet rooms, as well as a vast green park. Not only that, as reported by the Daily Mail, the house has stood since 1820 was designed by the architect John Nash. He was the architect who designed Buckingham Palace, the residence of the British royal family today.

By location, the house is in front of the Regent's park or local councils. Not only that, the house is equipped with several advanced technologies. One of them is the light settings can be directly controlled with iPad. The house previously occupied by the ambassadors and dignitaries for nearly 150 years has substantial taxes.

Complex villa La Leopolda, at Nice France

One of the villas in this complex once belonged to Bill Gates. This villa was bought by Roman Abramovich, owner of Chelsea FC football club, with a price of U.S. $ 4.75 billion. This property be located on the land area of ​​10 hectares. Uniquely, this villa has an enormous garden that requires 50 gardener to maintain it.


UPDOWN COURT, Surrey, England

Neighbors ever imagined could be a famous singer, Elton John and Queen Elisabeth, UK? Well, if buying  property for U.S. $ 1.3 billion, you could be next door to the two famous man. This house has 24 bedrooms and a full marble bathroom.


Complex located in Bridgehampton, New York is known as the "Three Ponds" because it has three ponds filled with expensive fish are plentiful. In addition, this property has 14 gardens with different themes. Not quite satisfied? Properties worth U.S. $ 675 million has a private golf course.

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