Antilia is The World's Most Expensive House Ever Made

Antilia is the name for private home belongs to businessman Mukesh Ambani. Mukesh Ambani is one of the richest men in the world. He has a position as the chairman and CEO of the company called Reliance Industries Limited (RIL). Antilia, the private home belongs to Mukesh Ambani known as the world’s most expensive home ever recorded until today; it is valued around $1 billion. What amazing is this private home have 27 storeys and build on 400.000 square/feet grounds located at the Altamond Road, south Mumbai, India. Land prices for the house are estimated around $10.000 per square meter. Antilia stands about 570 feet high above the ground and it is also considered as one of the tallest structures in Mumbai.

Antilia as seen from altamont road, Mumbai
Antilia as seen from altamont road, Mumbai | Source

With 27 storeys, Antilia have so many facilities to complete the house. It has six parking floors that can accommodate up to 168 cars. Have a luxurious movie theater with capacity of seating for 50 people. There are also a health club, a yoga studio and swimming pool. Then a ballroom with incredible lighting, an ice room with artificial snow flakes and lobby. Antilia also have several gardens and terraces. There are three floors of hanging gardens. On the top of the roof, it being used as helipads that can accommodate three helicopters. Each floor of the house has been designed with different interior themes but keeps the looks luxurious. This luxurious house facilitates with 600 members of staff.

Antilia was designed by Chicago based architects “Perkins and Will” and has been constructed by Australia-based construction companyLeighton Holdings. The house was designed to be able to survive from earthquake until 8-richter scale. With many facilities to facilitate the Ambani’s family, it was certainly complementary needs of Ambani’s family. The design also unique, the façade of the house looks simple, but inside, it is indeed have amazing and luxurious interiors. Overall, this building looks like an apartment or condominium type.

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