Most Expensive Houses in the World - 2012

Place: India
The most costly house in the world belongs to Mukesh Ambani. The house has 27 floors and has a worth of 1 billion dollars. The house consists of luxurious health club and a garage that can accommodate 150 cars.Mukesh Ambani is a powerful businessman. He has a collection of 168 cars of his own.
Place: California, USA
This house is on land that spreads across 56,000 square feet. It was constructed in 1991 and has a net worth of 150 million dollars. It consists of 123 bedrooms, a round deep passage, a tennis court, an area of ice for skating, and several swimming pools.

William Randolph Hearst’s Mansion

Place: California, USA
This house was first owned by William Randolph Hearst. It has a worth of 165 million dollars and extends across 6 acres of land. It consists of 29 bedrooms, 3 swimming pools, a state of the art movie theater and a nightclub.

Hala Ranch

Place: Aspen, Colorado.
This is a cattle farmwhich is owned by Prince Bandar bin Sultan bin Abdulaziz of Saudi Arabia. It has 15 bedrooms and 27 bathrooms. It also includes indoor pool, wastage treatment plants, a tennis court, private skiing tracks, seperate building for keeping horses and a gas station.

Maison De L’Amitie

Place: Palm Beach, Florida
Maison de l’Amitie belongs to Donald Trump. It spreads across 80,000 square feet and has a worth of 125 million dollar. It includes 15 bedrooms, 8 half-baths, a greenhouse, a large room for dancing, a tennis house and a comfortable guest lodge.

Dracula’s Castle

Place: Romania
It was actually a castle which was converted into a museum in 1980s. It belongs to Archduke Dominic and has a net worth of 80 million dollars. It consists of 57 rooms, 17 bedrooms with beautiful traditional furnishings.

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