Top 5 Most Beautiful Houses In The World (No. 2 Is Extremely Beautiful)

Beauty is abstract, just feel and see it but in this case it is different you will wish to live in one of these multi-million built mansions from around the world.


Here are top 5 most beautiful houses in the world, there are so many beautiful houses in the world but these are the ones that made it to top 5 in this list.

5. One Hyde Park Penthouse – London, UK

One Hyde Park Penthouse

A fantastic apartment complex rises to the sky, in the area of Hyde Park, London. You should have just 290 million dollars to live in the villa, with the latest generation of alarm systems and private parking. It is ideal for those who want the luxury of a country house but does not want to deprive themselves of the convenience of living in the center of a large city.

4. Updown Court – Windlesham, UK(£122 million)

Updown Court – Windlesham

It costs about 122 million pounds, this dream house consists of 103 rooms, 22 bedrooms and 5 Olympic pools, there are: a large cinema hall with 50 seats, a garage where you can park up to 8 limousines and a landing site for helicopters.

If all this is not enough, there are also various golf courses, tennis, squash, bowling and, of course, stables. This is England!

3. South Coogee – Sydney, Australia(Over $100 million)

South Coogee – Sydney, Australia

Despite the proximity to the sea, one of the levels of the residence is a huge swimming pool. There is a kitchen, five bedrooms, and several living rooms.

2. Versailles – Florida, United States ($159 million)

Versailles – Florida, United States

This will take the second in my list.
This is one of the biggest and most beautiful houses in the world. The house belongs to billionaire David Siegel.

1. Palazzo Antilla – Mumbai, India (almost $2 billion)

Palazzo Antilla

There are 27 floors, endless rooms and more than 600 servants in this modest palace.

Palazzo Antilla – Mumbai, India

This house of dreams costs almost 2 billion dollars. There are entire floors reserved for fitness centers with yoga halls, gyms, and solariums.


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